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Pom pom Easter bunnies
How adorable are these little pom pom Easter bunnies – we just love them!
Spring is fast approaching and Easter is not far behind it! These adorable little pom pom bunnies are one of my favourite crafts to make. I’ve slightly adjusted our normal design to make it easier for the kids and to suit the materials in their craft room but we think they are adorable. Ideally you want a glue gun to ensure the features are well stuck so this craft is perfect for children to make with a grownup. These adorable bunnies are so simple to craft and make a fab handmade Easter gift.
Here’s what we used
Pom pom makers (optional)
Small pom poms
Glue gun (White glue does work but takes longer to dry!)
How to make these adorable pom pom Easter bunnies
To start you will need to make a pom pom for the body and a slightly smaller pom pom for the head, ensure you leave the tail from your tying yarn long. If you haven’t made pom poms before you can find a guide here for how to make pom poms using a maker and a guide on how to make pom poms using only fingers!
Once made, Take your two pom poms and tie them tightly together using the lengths of your tying yarn. We like to double knot ours two times just to make sure they’re secure. Now take the scissors and trim the pom poms to the desired shape and fluffiness!
From the felt cut out two little bunny ears and then glue them in place deep inside the pom pom.
Glue on two little eyes and a nose.
Tip: for our bunny’s eyes we snipped open some googly eyes and used the black discs from inside!
Add a little pom pom tail to the back and once dry your little Easter bunny is finished!
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Hi, i'm Kay! i'm mum to two gorgeous and cheeky little monkeys. In this house we love crafts, messy play and fun educational activities and i started this blog to share some of our favourite ideas so that you can try them with your children too!