Sparkling Bunny Footprint Rocks



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The kids and I had fun creating something that is full of spring excitement. We collected some rocks, gathered our craft supplies, and got to work. Our sparking bunny footprint rocks took on a personality of their own! Add sparkles and place them outside for the spring sun to shine down on!
Sparkling Bunny Footprint Rocks

Sparkling Bunny Footprint Rocks

For this kid friendly craft, you will need some adult supervision. I used a hot glue gun because our weather is mild and my toddlers need results quickly! But, if you plan on leaving these bunny footprint rocks outside and you live where the temperatures reach a level that could melt simple hot glue, feel free to use a stronger glue instead. You will also need:
  • white acrylic paint
  • pastel paint acrylic paint
  • fine glitterin pastel colors
  • small rocks
  • white glue
Step #1- Hot glue 3 smaller rocks to one larger rock
Step #2- Paint the rocks white (as a base coat for the color)
Step #3- Paint the rocks with pastel colors
How to Make Sparkling Bunny Footprint Rocks
Step #4- When the paint is dry, add a coat of white glue and sprinkle on some pastel colored fine glitter.
Sparkling Bunny Footprint Rocks
Aren’t these little bunny footprint rocks the cutest? Plus, I love how vibrantly they sparkle in the sun. I’m SO excited that the sun is out, that the sun is warm, and that the sun is ready to celebrate spring!
How to Make Sparkling Bunny Footprint Rocks

Kelly Dixon

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    1. I didn’t Holly! But, that is a good idea especially depending on what the weather is like where you live. Have fun!

  1. i think these are so cute but using a hot glue gun does not do well in
    the sun if it is going to be out side what do you recommend for a better glue
    one that will take the heat maybe concret glue ? need your input
    cute though

  2. These are just soo cute! Thanks for sharing at Homemade By You. They are going to be featured at tonights party! Hope to see you there!

  3. How fun! I use to sprinkle bunny dust (confetti) from the kids bedroom to where their basket was. They still talk about that. These would be a lot less messy!

  4. Where DO you get all these great ideas???!!! These footprints are adorable – I sending your post to my SIL so she can make them for her kids for Sunday. Tks!

  5. Love it! U think I will do this for Easter morning…kinda like Santa and the cookies! Great idea! I am hosting today at ttp:// – swing by if you can!

  6. I would love to create some for my spring/easter mantel (if I had a mantle that is). They are cute and sparkly! I love them! 🙂

  7. These are so flippin’ cute! I imagine placing this out in the yard or around the play ground at school. I’m pinning now . . . Thanks again!

    Mary Catherine of Fun-A-Day!

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  9. I love this idea, the grandkids will get a kick out of these at Easter. Thanks for sharing!
    Debbie 🙂

  10. I’m thinking that this would be a great craft to do with the garden in mind as well. Thanks for the great idea! I’m planning on setting up fairy doors and a small village in a corner of our yard; I may have to make some of these as our “fairy footprints”!