Fun Finger Painting Easter Bunny Ideas

11043066_10153058390380630_6945060698540214345_nWhat a great little creation that some little one will be thrilled to help out with – and you can make a few for cheap and mail out to extended family for gifts. Use finger paints and then sharpie marker (when dry) to draw whiskers, eyeballs and mouth when it is all dry.

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Pin The Easter Egg On Peter Rabbit

On a sheet draw a rough-sketch of a good-sized peter rabbit, the regular Easter bunny, standing on its hind legs, and holding his paws as if it were carrying an egg.

Stretch the sheet on the wall and tack it firmly in place. Cut eggs out of different colored foam or felt to represent Easter eggs. The eggs should be as large as the space between the rabbit’s paws. In each egg stick a pin.

Blindfold the children in turn and give each an egg, which is to be pinned on the sheet, and right in “Bunny’s” arms, if possible.

As the children take their turn, no matter how straight on the way they were started, “Bunny” will be surrounded with eggs, until some child pins the egg in his arms. This child deserves a prize.

A side note… at the beginning of the party let the kids decorate his or her egg with glitter, markers, paint (finger paint) or stickers. Use quick drying glue… let dry and then each kid can wear their egg until the game begins giving your party special decorations.

Use the Easter bunny at the top to guide you how to draw Peter….. BUT….. if all else fails you could draw an Easter Basket and see which child makes it close to helping Peter fill his basket.

Thanksgiving Turkey Tic-Tac-Toe


  • Scissors
  • Wood Box
  • Container of Water
  • Paper Plate
  • Paint Brush
  • Creatology™ Foam Sheet
  • Tracing and Transfer Paper
  • 3M® Masking Tape
  • Creatology™ Wiggle Eyes
  • Glue Gun (Adult Use Only)
  • Americana® Acrylic Paint


  1. Note: Let dry between steps.
  2. Trace and transfer patterns on foam sheets (refer to photo for colors) and cut out shapes with scissors.
  3. Use tape to mask off nine evenly-spaced squares on box lid.
  4. Use brush and Festive Green to paint box lid and Jack-O’-Lantern Orange to paint box. Remove tape.
  5. Assemble foam turkey game pieces. Layer foam tail pieces and secure with glue. Position and adhere body on tail feathers, eyes and beak on body.

Thanksgiving Turkey Place Setting


  • DecoArt® Patio Paint – Pinecone Brown
  • DecoArt® Patio Paint – Tuscan Red
  • Clay Pot
  • Container of Water
  • Disposable Plate for Paint Palette
  • Paper Towels
  • Craft Smart® Paint Brush
  • Creatology™ Foam Sheet – Red
  • Creatology™ Foam Sheet – Brown
  • Creatology™ Foam Sheet – Orange
  • Creatology™ Foam Sheet – Yellow
  • Blunt Scissors
  • Tracing and Transfer Paper
  • Creatology™ Wiggle Eyes
  1. Print patterns. Trace and transfer patterns onto foam sheets (refer to photo for colors) and cut out shapes with scissors.
  2. Use brush and Tuscan Red to paint pot.
  3. Use brush and Pinecone Brown to paint Styrofoam® ball.
  4. Push Styrofoam® Ball down over rim of pot to form head as shown.
  5. ADULT: Position and glue in place the eyes, beak, waddle, wings, feet and tail feathers.
  6. Add a persons name on the pot or add a “sign” that the turkey can hold with a persons name on it for a place setting.