It was so much fun making shamrock rolling pin art I decided to try the technique in different color schemes with oversized bunnies. The large size of the paper bunnies accommodates longer rolling pins and allows for a unique art experience. This bunny rolling pin art project displays well.
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Supplies To Collect
sturdy 12-inch x 18-inch paper
large bunny template
orange, pink, black, and white tempera paints
large cotton balls
Making The Bunny Rolling Pin Art
Trace and cut out large bunnies from 12-inch x 18-inch sturdy paper. I use manilla paper for this activity…it holds paint well and stays pretty flat while drying. It is also inexpensive to buy.
Allow participants to spatter black and white paint over a bunny, and use a rolling pin to move the paint around in all directions.
When dry, have everyone glue on a wiggly eye and cotton ball tail to their hoppy art.
For an entirely different and much softer color scheme, offer orange, pink, and white paints. Invite participants to decorate their bunny the same way.
And to extend the bunny theme into sensory play, this spring bunnies rolling pin would be a beautiful tool to include in playdough activities.
Related: Bunny Canvas Art
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© Annette Kaminsky March 21, 2021
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