How To Draw a Cute Bunny Rabbit 🐇 (Step by Step in Time for Easter)

How To Draw a Cute Bunny Rabbit 🐇 (Step by Step in Time for Easter)

Easter is just around the corner and you can’t have a fun Easter holiday for kids without some sort of arts and crafts. Well…that and chocolate eggs and chocolate bunny rabbits. Unfortunately, we don’t have chocolate here but we have tons and tons of step-by-step drawing tutorials to keep kiddos busy and doodling. Below we will give a step-by-step guide to drawing this white and pink bunny rabbit; it’s really straightforward so have no doubt.

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🖍️ Tools For Success

🎨 Parents: The only tools you need to use these how-to-draw tutorials are: an eraser, a pencil, and a piece of paper. But – if you have them around – a sketching pencil makes for fainter and softer lines that help kids build fine motor accuracy. I also recommend going over the sketch pencil with a black outline marker when you’re done for a neater finish. Lastly, erase the pencil marks before adding color.

A Step-by-Step Guide on How to Draw a Bunny

  1. Bunnies may look complicated to draw, but we have simpler steps for you. Let’s draw an egg-like shape with two small parallel circles inside it for the bunny’s face. 
  2. In between the eyes, draw a small oval nose and extend a short line beneath it.
  3. From the short line, draw two short curved lines to create the mouth.
  4. Then enclose a rounded triangle beneath the mouth to outline the tongue. 
  5. Draw two short horizontal whiskers on each side of the bunny’s face.
  6. Then, at the top of the head, enclosing a long, narrow shape, using a curved line on each side and put smaller curves inside each. 
  7. For the body, draw an oval connected beneath the bunny’s head with a curved line through the bunny’s body, nearly enclosing a circle. This is the bunny’s leg. Draw the foot using a curved line to have a rounded shape beneath the leg.
  8. Let’s add more details to make it more like a bunny by drawing the bunny’s front feet. Use a curved line to enclose an irregular shape beneath the bunny’s chest. Then, enclose a second shape behind the first using a short, curved line. 
  9. For the final step, draw the bunny’s fluffy tail. Use several curved lines to enclose an irregular shape creating a cloud-like formation. 
  10.  What a cute and fluffy bunny! Since most bunnies are white with big red eyes, but you can also choose your bunny color and eye color. Some rabbits even have blue eyes! Bunny rabbits also come in so many shades and patterns. We drew a bunny with tall big ears but Holland Lops are actually a breed that has ears that completely flop. They are very very cute too!

Interesting Facts About Bunny Rabbits

  • Bunny rabbits clench their facial muscles and change their posture when they are feeling worried.
  • Bunny Rabbits are social creatures and are happiest in the company of their species.
  • Rabbits have almost 360-degree vision, but they are born with their eyes closed.
  • When bunny rabbits are happy, they make an athletic jump, known as a ‘binky’, doing twists and kicks in mid-air!
  • The teeth of a bunny rabbit never stop growing! Instead, when the rabbit chews on herbs, wildflowers, and vegetables, they are eventually worn down, so they never get too long.
  • Bunny Rabbits’ ears can grow up to 10 centimeters in length, they can turn their ears by 180 degrees.
  • Bunny Rabbits come in several breeds and looks such as Dwarfs, Lops, Lionheads, Rex, Flemish etc. and if you’re wondering, yes they are all adorable. There’s a total of 45 breeds of rabbits known.
  • Bunny Rabbits have blue eyes, black eyes, pink, mixed marbled eyes, and ruby red eyes.
  • Bunny Rabbits sweat similar to dogs, they sweat from the pad of the feet!
  • The Warner Bros cartoon character, Bugs Bunny, who’s always seen munching on a carrot, is one of the world’s best-known rabbits.
  • Root vegetables are not the main part of a bunny rabbit’s diet. It’s like a cake for them; carrots are too high in sugar so real rabbits should only be given carrots (or other sweet vegetables) sometimes – and in very small amounts (like a raspberry size.)


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