No Craft Supplies Bunny Silhouette

This easy no craft supplies bunny silhouette was inspired by the many washi tape, fabric, and ribbon bunny silhouettes seen on all over the web and Pinterest. While I thought all of the silhouettes were great, the majority of them required purchasing several craft supplies. Now, while I love going to the craft store (I really do), I wanted to make an easy no craft supplies bunny silhouette from materials that most people would already have on hand. All you’ll need is your computer (if you choose to make your own background, printer, and everyday items.

Are you ready to get started? I promise this is super simple and will take less than 20 minutes if you use the provided prinatbles (maybe even less).

Easter Bunny Silhouette


  • pencil
  • scissors
  • thick white paper or paper bag (use resume paper, card stock, double up your printer paper, or card board)
  • printer
  • Bunny outline from the internet
  • frame 
  • Optional – Canva or some other type of image editing tool
Bunny Silhouette


  1. Trace the backing of the frame on your white paper. Cut out.
  2. Print out a bunny silhouette image of your choice from the internet and cut out.
  3. Take the cut out bunny silhouette and center it on your white paper and trace around it. Cut out bunny tracing using a small scissors. Set aside.
  4. Make your background pattern using Canva.bunny silhouette
  5. Position your cut out bunny paper over your background. When you are satisfied with the background position, trace around the outside edge of the white paper and cut out the background.
  6. Place in cutouts in frame and there you go! Easy No Craft Supplies Bunny Silhouette with the look of washi tape or ribbon.
No Craft Supplies Bunny Silhouette

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  1. I love this! You have my mind working over time now about what pictures I could put in a frame!

    Thank you for linking up with the Weekend Blog Hop

    Laura x x x

    1. LOL…you’re so funny. Isn’t it amazing the things you can do with PicMonkey for FREE! Although, I do like the paid version because it has a few more options that I like, but still, it’s awesome that you can create so much more than just editing a photo.