Bunny Money Hugs




By Noreen Doll.

Bunny Money Hugs is a fun way to give a gift of cash. This bunny holds tight to the money!

Bunny Money Hugs by Crafty Journal

It really can by used any time, but would be especially fun at Easter.

Bunny Money Hugs by Crafty Journal

The bunny is cute and easy to make, and requires few supplies, especially if you decide to draw the features on.

Bunny Money Hugs by Crafty Journal

Supplies.

White Craft Foam

Markers: Black and Pink

Pencil

Scissors

Paper / Cardboard for Pattern

Craft Knife

Craft Foam Glue

Double Sided Tape

How to Make Bunny Money Hugs.

1. Make a paper pattern. Cut it out.

Bunny Money Hugs by Crafty Journal

Trace it on to cereal box cardboard and cut it out.

Bunny Money Hugs by Crafty Journal

2. Use the cardboard pattern to draw the bunny body, ears and feet on the white craft foam.

Cut them out.

You get a nicer edge if you try to hold the scissors straight up and down while you cut the craft foam.

3. Draw the features and arms on the bunny body.

Bunny Money Hugs by Crafty Journal

The bottom of the arms should be at about the center of the body.

4. Fold the money to be about 1 1/8 inches wide.

Fold the bill so it frames one side of the person’s face.

Bunny Money Hugs by Crafty Journal

Then fold it so it frames the other side of the face.

Bunny Money Hugs by Crafty Journal

Fold the rest of the bill to the back, and then fold it behind the part of the money with the face – so only the face shows.

Bunny Money Hugs by Crafty Journal

Crease sharply.

5. Using a craft knife or scissors, carefully cut the slits along the top and bottom of the bunny’s arms.

Bunny Money Hugs by Crafty Journal

Make the slits wide enough to slip the folded money through them, but not too close to the edges.

6. Color the ears and feet as shown.

Bunny Money Hugs by Crafty Journal

Draw tiny lines for the bunny’s toes.

7. Attach the ears to the back of the bunny’s head.

Bunny Money Hugs by Crafty Journal

Attach the feet to the front of the bunny’s body, angling the toes to the sides.

8. Slip the folded money into the bunny’s arms and he’s ready to go.

Bunny Money Hugs by Crafty Journal

I made this Bunny Money Hugs from the side of a milk jug.

Bunny Money Hugs by Crafty Journal

Tips.

A crisp new dollar bill folds better and looks nicer than an older one.

Any denomination of paper money can be used.

I used a craft knife to cut the slits as it cut cleaner.

Wiggly eyes can be used, but I prefer to draw them on so they can’t be knocked off.

Noreen Doll

Crafty Journal

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  1. Clever Idea
    Linda Bauwin – CARD-iologist
    Helping you create cards from the heart.

  2. This is very clever! I’ve really enjoyed seeing all your projects and tutorials!
    Thank you for sharing on VMG’s Brag About It link party!

  3. These are too cute! What a fun idea for easter baskets!

  4. Oh these are perfect! My kids will love it!!

  5. Very cute!

  6. These are so cute and would be perfect additions to their Easter baskets!

    Thanks for sharing at Inspire Me Mondays!

  7. What a cute idea to give a little gift at Easter! Thanks for linking up at #HomeMattersParty!

  8. What a cute idea! My kids would love getting this for Easter.

  9. I’m loving this! You always bring such amazing things to our party. Pinned and tweeted. I hope to see you tonight at 7. I can’t wait! Lou Lou Girls

  10. What a cute way to give money this easter. After all money doesn’t cause cavities

    ~Crystal

  11. Another really cute idea to give to kids!! Pinning and sharing. Thanks for sharing this at Totally Terrific Tuesday last week! I can’t wait to see what you have to share this week!

    Sharon

  12. Jann Olson says:

    Who wouldn’t love a little hug from a bunny like that? Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

  13. Very cute idea. Thanks so much for sharing with last week’s Adorned From Above Link Party.
    Have a great week.
    Debi

  14. This will be perfect for my granddaughters!! Thanks for sharing on My 2 Favorite Things on Thursday – Link Party!! Hope you come back tomorrow and share some more…I love having you!! Pinned!!

  15. This is adorable! Thanks for sharing this! The step-by-step pics help a great deal! Visiting today as your neighbor at the linkup on Back to the Basics!

  16. This little bunny is adorable. But he doesn’t look like he wants to let go of the cash any time soon :-)
    Amalia
    xo

  17. How adorable are these? Any kiddo would be thrilled to get these! Thanks for sharing at #HomeMattersParty

  18. These are super cute! Thanks for sharing at Merry Monday!

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