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This week we read Pooh's Easter Basket. This is a simple board book that Emily and now Juliette really enjoy. The different characters from Winnie the Pooh all find different colored Easter Eggs.
After reading this book we made some cute Handprint Bunny and Easter Egg Pictures. For this project I made a sample and then gave Emily all the pieces she would need and let her put it together however she wanted.
First I helped Emily trace her hand on a piece of white paper and then cut it out. To make the rabbits face we folded down the thumb, middle finger and pinky finger. Then Emily glued the handprint and an oval white piece onto the paper with some green grass. She enjoyed cutting the fringe to make the grass.
Emily added the face, cotton ball tail, a construction paper sun (which she put together on her own) and then some foam Easter egg stickers.
Hello! I have been a follower of yours for awhile but this is the first time that I am linking up.
I love your craft and I know my E would enjoy the book. She is just discovering the world of Pooh.
Thanks for hosting the link up!
What a cheery picture! I'm sure it will brighten your house for Easter!
I love Winnie the Pooh! Cute book and an adorably sweet craft too!
Love Pooh bear. And Love that bunny picture too!
Very cute craft! I love Winnie the Pooh!
cute, easy way to make a bunny! love pooh - can't wait for the movie to come out this summer!
I like to cut paper for grass too, Emily... :0)
That really is a sweet craft.
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