Bunny coloring pages are so fun!
First they remind us of Easter and spring time. What's better than fluffy bunnies, good weather, and sunshine?
See nine coloring pictures of bunnies on this page.
I used my printer's Booklet setting to make a bunny card. You can too!
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Coloring Easter bunnies and bunny rabbits is one of my spring time favorites. I would like you to remember that it's getting to be baseball season, too.
Preschool and kindergarten kids love these furry animals with Easter eggs, flowers, and other cute spring time themes. Enjoy!
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Isn't he gorgeous?! All dressed up for the fair complete with a bow on his collar, this prize bunny is fun to color. I love how soft and fluffy he looks.
Would you leave him white and simply color the background? Remember to color some pink on his nose and ears.
Maybe he is a soft gray bunny rabbit? Leave the collar white or give this realistic bunny your favorite bright happy colors.
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He's so cute! Which color will you use for this Easter bunny's bow?
This is a great preschool coloring page because it has wide black outlines and simple large spaces for coloring.
This is a darling sweet Easter bunny for preschool. The lines are simple and thick to make it easy to stay within the lines.
You can use Easter colors on the flowers and a pretty green on the grass.
Here is another preschool Easter bunny coloring page. I love his long ears and buck teeth. Darling!
Oh! This is such a happy Easter bunny! He looks like he sees his best friend. Do you?
The thick outlines make this a great coloring page for preschool or kindergarten kids.
It's a baseball! It's a bird! No. It's an Easter egg!
This Easter bunny has a ball glove and baseball hat on ready to catch an Easter egg. Too cute!
This Easter bunny is sitting quietly waiting for you to color his Easter egg.
What huge cheeks!
Enjoy a super cute chocolate bunny coloring page. I love the ribbon tie!
Is it a real ribbon, frosting, or candy? You decide. Choose your favorite Easter colors.
Is it a white chocolate, dark chocolate, or milk chocolate bunny? My favorite is milk chocolate!
A jack rabbit is a huge bunny rabbit! They generally live in wide open spaces, so they must be able to run fast.
Color this jack rabbit coloring page like a prairie or desert. You can even draw your own mountains and clouds in the distance.
Fuzzy loves bunny coloring pages!
They make me think of fun things to do in spring time like gathering Easter eggs or practicing for baseball.
When you're coloring, think of pastel spring colors or bright summer colors with green, green, and green. So many kinds of grass and plants are green which means that you can use different greens for different plants, flowers, and grasses.
The pastel and bright flowers, Easter eggs, ribbons, and bows will contrast well with beautiful green backgrounds.
Thank you for coloring with Fuzzy!