How To Draw An Easter Bunny - Easy Step by Step Tutorial
Hello, Jane Maday here, with a blog of how to draw a cute bunny to help you celebrate Easter in your journal or craft projects. In this blog, I will show you a page in my journal where I drew an Easter bunny, and at the end you will find a downloadable printout of a coloring page.
My bullet journal is a place where I keep track of mundane activities, but I also love to use it for creativity, positivity, and celebration.
Supplies that I used for this page are:
- Archer and Olive A5 journal
- Black waterproof Pigma Micron pens, size 05 and 01
- Pencil and eraser (a white plastic eraser works best)
If you want to add color, gather assorted watercolors or markers. Alcohol markers will bleed through the page, so water-based markers are a better choice.
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Draw a Bunny Step by Step
Let me show you how I created the cute bunny for this page. To begin, draw a slightly flattened circle for the head, and a peanut shaped body. Use a pencil, and draw lightly, so your lines can be erased later.
Next, sketch in the ears and legs. Draw a circle for the lower leg, and add a foot. The ears are two oblong oval shapes.
Now we start adding some details. Erase the lines where places overlap, such as where the ears meet the head, and the arm crosses the body. Indent the face a little bit. Next, divide the head into quarters, and place the facial features as shown.
Time to refine the drawing, and add the final cute details. Give him a bow on his neck, and a flower to hold. Details like this make the drawing more personal, so the viewer can feel a connection to the subject. Don’t forget to add his fluffy tail!
To finish, go over your pencil lines with the pens. I use the thicker pen, the 05, to do the outlines, and the thinner pen, the 01, for details. Let the ink dry thoroughly, then erase the pencil lines. Add color if you wish!
VIDEO OF DOODLE SKETCHES
This video shows how I draw the bunny.. You may find it helpful to watch this in conjunction with using step by step instructions.
Here is a printable page of a pretty Easter coloring page. It is sized to fit into an A5 journal. I hope you enjoy it! I’d love to see what you create, so tag me with @janemaday and use the hashtags #archerandolive, @archerandolive.community, and #AOShare.
Take good care of yourselves, and Happy Easter!