Introduction: Easter Bunny Footprints

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Surprise your kids with white bunny footprints scattered around your backyard on the Easter morning!


Dish sponge, scissors, some flour and water

Step 1: Create a Footprint "stamp"

Cut the dish sponge in two, and draw a bunny paw print on the bottom of the sponge.

Bunnies have 4 toes, but let's pretend that Easter bunny has 3.

Use the scissors to cut out the paw print that you've previously outlined.

Repeat the process for the other half of the dish sponge.

TIP: Having two "stamps" will add variation to your paw prints.

Step 2: Make Paper Mache Glue

Mix one part flour with one part of water (eg, 1 cup flour and 1 cup water) until you get a thick, milky, glue-like consistency. Add a bit more water if it's too thick. The thicker the paste is, the whiter the prints will appear, but it might be messier to apply.

TIP: Mix with a fork or a whisk to get rid of all the lumps more easily.

Step 3: Stamp Away!

Hide the Easter eggs around your backyard, and use the sponge paw stamps to stamp the bunny paw prints wherever the bunny "hid" an egg to leave a clue for the little egg hunters.

TIP: The paw prints may appear wet and dull at first, but as soon as they dry up they'll look bright and white. So make sure you do this at least 30-60min before the egg hunt!

Happy Easter!

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