I made these adorable easter bunnies to decorate the class room and as a sneaky hiding spot for our egg hunt! These are super easy to make and cheap! Hope your all having a lovely easter break 🙂 Heres how i made them …
What You Need.
- Face cloths/ flannel (I got this 4 pack for £1 in Tesco)
- 2 Elastic bands per bunny
- Googly eyes
- Cotton wool
- Pritt stick
- Small chocolate egg- creme egg or similar
Cost – £1/£1.50 per Bunny (i got everything but the face cloths and chocolate egg from Poundland )
Time to make a Bunny!
Step One –
Lay the face cloth out flat. Roll from corner to corner to create a long tight tube.
Step Two –
Fold in half
Step Three –
Use an elastic band and wrap 2/3 of the way up to make the belly section
Step Four –
Use other elastic band to wrap a little way above the first elastic band to create a head section
Step Five –
Tear off a small piece of cotton wool and roll into a ball to make the tail, this is held in place by putting the egg in the bunnies tummy.
Step Six –
Glue the googly eyes to the head section of your bunny.
Hide your bunny ready to be found! I found some ribbon which i tied round my bunnies neck which i think makes him look even cuter!
Pro Tip – If your egg is too big for your bunnies belly you can make your bunny sitting down by folding your rolled up face cloth in half and then back on itself. Next use one elastic band to divide the head from the body.
I would love to see your bunnies! Please tag us so we can see you creations @upinlightsdanceacademy on facebook or #UILDA on instagram!