I have got a set of super cute free printables coming your way! Just how adorable is this free printable Easter Bunny family? I think this may be one of the cutest printables I’ve ever made!
You may remember I started a free printable farm animal series a while back, I haven’t forgotten about it – just take the bow off the bunnies, and it’s part of the series too! Over the coming months I’ll be adding to the Build A Farm Animals series. The animals will be anthropomorphic, which basically means that they’ll have human traits – like standing on two legs instead of four.
Free Printable Easter Bunny
This set of bunnies comes with the pieces to make Mummy and Daddy Bunny, as well as a whole warren full of baby bunnies if you want! All that changes is where you put the bow! You can have them sitting, standing, or kneeling down digging for carrots – I’ve included a cotton tail, but you could add a piece of fluffy cotton wool instead.
What is included in the paper doll set?
3 body/face pieces (blank, girl, boy) • 2 pairs eyes (girl, boy) • 1 nose • 2 muzzle pieces • 1 set teeth • 1 belly patch • 2 pairs ears (front, back) • 2 pairs feet (sitting, standing) • 2 pairs arms (front, back) • 2 bows (purple, blue) • 1 cotton tail • 4 carrots (various sizes) • Easter basket • coloured Easter eggs •
The background hills/sky/tree isn’t included, but this is something you can draw onto a large piece of paper with crayons or paints. I find that a roll of lining paper from the DIY stop is great for projects that require large sheets of paper.
As with pretty much all my printables, they come in two paper sizes – A4 for the UK, and 8.5 x 11″ for the USA (and other countries that use these paper sizes as standard).
If you are a regular user of my free printable “build” sets (like Olaf), you’ll know that I usually provide both a Regular size, with all of the pieces on one sheet of paper, and Large size with the pieces spread over several sheets. My graphics programme did not like me on the day I was making this and kept crashing, so for now, I only have the large size. I will be updating in the future; but I wanted to get this up in time for Easter! The bunnies are all the same size too, but once my programme isn’t being so temperamental, I’ll make slightly smaller ones for the baby bunnies!
The regular size is for children that are more skilled at cutting. The large size should be a lot easier for younger children, as I try to stick to simple shapes. Or you could cut them out for them. Of course, you know your children, so will know what suits them best!
Download your chosen printable from the list below, and print onto thick paper or thin card. Cut the pieces out, then build your Easter Bunnies! You could stick pieces together with a glue stick, or sticky tape. You could mount it onto a larger piece of paper and use other craft materials to embellish it – cotton wool, glitter, tissue paper, for example. You could also laminate the pieces so that they can be re-assembled over and over again. This post contains Amazon Affiliate links. If you clicked the link then made a purchase, a small percentage of the sale price would be paid to me. It doesn’t cost you anything more but it helps keep the lights on over here!
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Free Printable Easter Bunny (Large)
Crafting supplies you might need…
I had emails from readers recently asking permission to print my printables at a print shop, because I say “for personal use only” on my files. I’ve now added that you are welcome to get them printed where you like. All I ask is that you please don’t sell my printables, or share them as your own!
If you would like to use a print service online, I’ve been using DoxDirect (a UK company) recently for some of my printing as they don’t have a minimum order, which is perfect for those of us who only need a sheet or two printed. They offer various paper weights, (so I’ve been testing which is best for which project) and is straightforward to use. You upload the PDF direct and choose how many you need. Best of all, P&P is free if you spend over £1.50! Well worth checking out if you don’t have a printer – or if you want to conserve your colour ink for my colour heavy printables.
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Printables created by The Purple Pumpkin Blog are for personal use only and not for resale. You are welcome to print my designs at a print shop if you don’t have a printer at home. If you wish to link to, pin or share my printables, you are welcome to do so as long as a link back to the blog post is shown and the watermarks are kept intact. Colours may vary slightly on printing due to different screen and printer settings. If you use any of my printables it would be awesome to know about it! Just leave me a comment, here on my blog, on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ or Pinterest! I hope you find them useful!