Hoppy Easter Bunny




By Noreen Doll.

Make this quick hoppy Easter bunny for a cute table decoration.

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Or hang it for an ornament.

Materials.

Bath Pouf

Craft Foam, Felt, or Card Stock Scraps

Glue

Tooth Picks

Scissors

Pencil

How to Make a Hoppy Easter Bunny.

1. Draw patterns for the eyes, ears, and nose.

2. Trace the patterns on scrap craft foam, felt, or card stock. Cut out.

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I used craft foam for the eyes, nose and white outer ear. I used pink felt for the inner ear, and card stock for the feet.

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3. Glue the black dots onto the white eye parts. Let dry.

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4. Glue the pink inner ear onto the white outer ear. Let dry.

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5. Turn the ears over and glue toothpicks to the backs of them. Let dry.

6. Attach the nose to the center of the bath pouf.

7. Attach the eyes just above the nose – not too far apart, and turning them diagonally so they aren’t straight up and down.

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8. Put a bit of glue on the ends of the toothpicks and stick them in the top of the pouf.

9. Make some big bunny feet out of card stock (which I used), or craft foam. Don’t forget to draw lines for the toes.

Put some glue on the heel end of the feet and set the bunny on them.

10. Tie a small bow and attach it to the top of hoppy Easter bunny’s head, between the ears.

This is a decoration rather than a toy, as it isn’t sturdy enough for kids to play with.

© Noreen Doll

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Comments

  1. Super cute!

  2. How cute! Now the chick has a buddy!
    Thanks for sharing at A New Creation!

  3. That’s adorable. Using different colored pastel poufs would create such a fun set! :)

  4. SO cute!! Thanks for linking this up to Monday Funday!

  5. All of your little puff buddies are so darn cute. Thanks for sharing them.
    p

  6. That is so cute!

  7. So cute! Love this!

  8. What a cute idea! Thanks for linking up on Artsy Play Wednesday. Pinned.

  9. That is so cute and would be a great present to say thank you to great nanny who can’t have chocolate eggs.

    Thanks for sharing.

  10. Oh my goodness this is such an adorable Easter craft!! Who wouldn’t want a loofah bunny? Love it!

  11. Such a fun idea! Thanks for sharing.

  12. Very cute! Pinning!

  13. Cutest bunny I ever saw!!

  14. That is so freaking cute and you can make that so cheap from the dollar store! I will have to make it for my son’s teacher next year! Or maybe I’ll have the boys make for my mom this year :). Thanks for the idea.

    Alexis from Running Away? I’ll Help You Pack!

  15. I have so many of these bath poufs around. What a great idea for using them!

  16. So cute and you give a great tutorial. Thanks for linking up at Transformed Tuesday this week. Have a wonderful Easter.

    Hugs,
    Peggy~PJH Designs

  17. What a fun idea for Easter! I hope you are having a great weekend!

  18. So cute – thanks for sharing this at Project Inspired 😀 Hope you have a wonderful Easter Sunday!

  19. So cute!

    Thanks so much for sharing this idea!

  20. So cute! And it could be adorable in an Easter basket, too. Thanks for sharing at Pinworthy Projects.

  21. Awww, it is adorable! Thanks for sharing him at the Rock N Share! Hope to see you again soon! Blessings, D

  22. LOVE it when you have such cute projects!!! Thanks for sharing it!

    I know I’m running a little bit behind in pinning but I wanted to stop by and pin your image.

    Shauna

  23. Thanks for stopping by. Stop by again soon!

    Have a great week!

    Susie

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