Bunny Hop Finger Puppet

By Noreen Doll.

Create an easy Bunny Hop Finger Puppet to go with your Kicky Chickie.

Bunny Hop Finger Puppet - Crafty Journal

These finger puppets are perfect to add to an Easter basket or to give as favors at an Easter party.

Bunny Hop Finger Puppet - Crafty Journal

They would also be an easy craft for a classroom party for kids.


Craft Foam

Wiggly Eyes

Paper for Pattern



How to Make a Bunny Hop Finger Puppet.

1. Make a paper pattern. Add finger holes.

Bunny Hop Finger Puppet - Crafty Journal

The bunny’s body is about 3 1/2 inches wide by 4 inches tall, and the ears are about 1 3/4 inches long.

If you make the ears and body all in one piece, you won’t have to glue the ears on or have them falling off.

2. Trace the bunny pattern onto craft foam.

Bunny Hop Finger Puppet - Crafty Journal

Cut the bunny out.

Cut out the finger holes, testing to be sure they’re large enough.

3. Make the inside ears a contrasting color – pink, if possible.

4. Make a small pink or black nose.

5. Glue the inside of the ears to the ears.

Bunny Hop Finger Puppet - Crafty Journal

6. Glue on the nose first, and then glue the eyes just above it.

Bunny Hop Finger Puppet - Crafty Journal

Don’t use tiny eyes, larger ones look cuter.

The Bunny Hop Finger Puppet is ready to go.

Bunny Hop Finger Puppet - Crafty Journal

Adults should supervise the use of any sharp tools.

Noreen Doll

Crafty Journal

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  1. This is SUCH a cute idea. I will definitely do this with my daughter. She loves finger puppets!

  2. You just gave me an idea for a quiet book page. enJOY your Craftyjournal.

  3. Teresa Claire says:

    This is such a pretty craft and easy for the younger ones too.

  4. I love the simplicity of it. Thanks for sharing it!

  5. So cute!!

  6. That’s just adorable. I’ve got to make one for my little guy. Thanks for the great idea and also for sharing.

  7. These are so adorable!! Thank you so much for sharing at The Mommy Club Link Up.

  8. these are so cute :)

  9. So simple and yet so much fun! I can see my son playing with these for hours :)
    I’m actually featuring them this week on Mom’s Library if you’d like to check it out!

    Hope to see you there again this week :)

  10. Thanks so much for the feature!

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