Easter Bunny Footprint Trail Tutorial
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Easter Bunny Footprints Tutorial

Baby Powder Easter Bunny Footprints

As I said before, my mom, I mean the Easter Bunny went all out for Easter. One of my favorite memories from Easter was that the Easter Bunny left little bunny footprints behind that lead to each of our Easter baskets. They were our little trail that we had to follow to find our baskets. The older we got, the harder the trail was to find them. So many fun memories! I remember saying to my mom that she must be so upset that the Easter Bunny left footprints all over our carpet. lol

Easter Bunny Footprints

This is Baybah’s first Easter, so I made the trail easy for him to follow.  He loved it!

Easter Bunny Footprint Trail

I am so excited to make the footprints again for Baybah this year.  I wonder what he is going to do and say when he sees them?!

Easter Bunny Footprints
The footprints are so easy to make, and even easier to clean up.  All you need is a bowl, baby powder, and your fingers to make them, and a broom or vacuum to clean them up.

Here is how:

1. Pour a small amount of powder in a bowl.

2. Dip your first 2 fingers and thumb in the powder.

3. Start making your trail by pressing your 3 fingers on the carpet and/or furniture.

4. To clean, vacuum or wipe off with a broom.

I hope your kiddo’s enjoy the Easter Bunny footprints as much as I did.  Let me know if you do this! I would love to hear what your kids thought!

Easter Bunny Footprints

Lauren is the owner and writer for Crazy About My Baybah. She is a mom that is crazy about her family, art, photography, getting fit, Disney, and living in Las Vegas.

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  1. What a neat idea! Thanks for sharing. My little one would LOVE to see this on Easter morning!

  2. Oh my goodness. This is so precious! I really love the idea. When I have kids, I will definitely do this! Baybah looks sooo adorable in that picture. That little outfit just makes me giggle ^.^

  3. oh that is super cute idea!

  4. LOVE IT!!! Oh my kids are going to love waking up to this! Thanks for a wonderful idea, and possibly a new tradition

  5. This is so cute! Thanks for sharing :)

  6. {Not Quite} Susie Homemaker says:

    How stinkin’ cute is that?!?! SO doing that this year. :)

  7. This idea is so cute! Love the little footprints =)

  8. Love it! What a cute idea. Sadly my six year old informed me yesterday that he knows the Easter bunny isn’t real.

  9. What a cute idea!! Little things like that make the holiday more fun for everyone! I love it!


  10. I LOVE this!!!!!

  11. This is an excellent idea. We used to do cotton balls as a trail, but I was trying to think of an alternate way to do the trail this year as my baby girl is really into the “put everything in the mouth” stage. I think the last thing we need is a cotton ball in the mouth, LOL. I think I will try this instead. I have also seen other people use jelly beans as a trail too (bunny poop????). I’ll post a picture of what we decide to do. Thanks for the idea!

    • The bunny poop is cute too! I am going to have to remember that for when Baybah is older! Thanks so much for stopping by, I look forward to seeing what idea you use:)

  12. Aww, cute!! I am following you from the blog hop!! Hope you can stop by my little world sometime soon! :)

  13. Oh my goodness, this is adorable! I’ve never heard of this before, but I may have to steal this idea! ;)

  14. That’s so adorable! I’m sure he’ll really get a kick out of that when he’s older.

  15. Oh my goodness, how I love this idea!!!!! Can’t wait to try it!!

  16. Happier Than A Pig in Mud says:

    I love this idea, have fun:@)

  17. Love this idea! Please stop by and share this at my Share the Wealth Wednesday Link Party at

  18. What an adorable idea!

  19. Jamie Rubeis says:

    That is such a cute idea!!! I might have to do that with the kiddos.

  20. this is such an adorable idea!!

  21. From the Bee Friendly Friday link up.
    I really really like this idea. Sooo cute and what a lovely basket for your little one. : )

  22. I love this! We do a series of clues to find our baskets now the all the kids can read. But when they were younger I would leave Bunny Footprints throughout the house eventually leading to their baskets. I kinda miss those days as writing the clues takes longer. Enjoy your time with little ones.

  23. Awesome! Just found this and did it, what a lovely idea and a great start to a new tradition…

  24. Adorable! I have seen Santa’s footprints done before but not the bunny! Too Cute!

    Would love for you to share at Calling All Crafters, today!

  25. !!!!!! SO CUTE!!

    My mom and dad would leave bunny prints in the snow (it’s usually snowing here in MI on easter…not this year!!)

    I am definitely going to remember this for next year! Thanks for sharing!!

  26. What a cute idea. Happy Easter to your family.

  27. This is so freaking cute. :) I love it and so easy to remove. What a great tradition. Thanks so much for sharing. I’m passing it on to my daughters. Happy Easter.
    Carol L

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