Crafts for Kids: Printable Bunny Mask

Printable Bunny Mask Craft

Now that Valentine’s Day is behind us, we have a serious case of Spring fever around here. When stuck indoors for many days in a row, finding things for your children to do can seem a daunting task. Here’s a little bunny mask craft you can pull out on the inevitable rainy day in the near future. We made these the other day, and lo and behold, the sun showed up!

Printable bunny mask

To make a mask you will need: Mask template (download and print here), scissors, markers or crayons, hole punch, and two pieces of string or ribbon.

Printable Bunny Mask for Spring

1. Print template on to heavy paper and fold in half lengthwise.

2. Cut your bunny out! Older children can do this by themselves, but little ones may need help with the eyes.

3. Unfold mask and flip to the backside. Color the tip of the nose with crayon or marker. We kept things simple for the sake of photos, but if you’re kids love to color, get busy coloring the whole thing! You could even print the template on watercolor paper and let them paint their masks (allow drying time before moving to the next step).

4. Flip mask back to the front and fold the nose down over the front of the mask. Fold the whole mask in half on the crease to make nose lie flat. Unfold mask, poke holes in side tabs, and tie on some string!

If you love to do paper projects with your kids, here are a few great books to have on hand:

Taro Gomi’s Play All Day

We are Paper Toys by Louis Bou

Paper Wonderland by Michelle Romo


Randi Edwards is a regular contributor to Playful Learning, who specializes in crafts for kids. She also manages our wonderful contributors and helps to make this a beautiful place with a little design magic. She puts her passion for daydreaming to work over at her blog, Swoon where she shares ideas, original projects, and favorite things. She loves to laugh and considers herself a lifelong student. She lives in Seattle with her husband and three young children, and strives to make her home a beautiful, playful, and accessible place to grow up.



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    1. Hi Amelia! I bought the scissors from the “vintage” section on Search “bonsai scissors” and you should find some good ones 🙂


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