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Easter Stocking Chicks and Bunnies

By: Lee Lindeman for STYROFOAM Brand Foam

This collection of Easter stocking chicks and bunnies is a snap to create, makes a great Easter decoration or kids Easter basket item.

Easter Stocking Chicks and Bunnies


  • STYROFOAM Brand Products:
    • 1 Egg, 2 1/2" x 1 7/8" (bunny)
    • 1 Ball, 2" (chick)
  • 1 pair of baby socks, 0 - 18 mos., white, pink and pastel for bunny; white and pastel yellow for chick
  • Stiff paper
  • Needle and thread, coordinating color
  • 1 pair of 5 mm eyes per animal, black half-round
  • Whiskers
  • Paint brush, fine line No. 3
  • Acrylic craft paint: black, pink
  • Blush
  • Thin cord (hangers)
  • Floral wire
  • Feathers, yellow downy
  • Foamie sheet, yellow scrap
  • Accessories: Straw hats, ribbon, bows, silk flowers, buttons
  • Low temperature glue gun and glue sticks

For pattern, click here. (pdf)



  1. Place narrow end of egg into toe of white sock; pull sock tightly around egg, and gather with wire. Cut off excess sock; save scrap for ears. Glue cut ends to egg.
  2. Trace pastel baby sock onto stiff paper; cut out. Insert in sock; turn down sock cuff. Glue wide end of egg into sock.
  3. Layer piece of white sock and pink sock, right sides together. Trace around ear pattern; sew around outside edge. Trim excess fabric and turn right side out. Fold bottom of ear together; secure with thread. Cut tiny slit in rabbit's head for ears. Insert ears using tip of scissors; glue.
  4. Using pattern, cut small pink circle for nose; gather edges with running stitch and pull tightly. Glue nose to face. Glue on eyes. Paint on nose and mouth; glue on whiskers; blush cheeks. Add hanger.
  5. Embellish with hat, bows, ribbon flowers, or other accessories.


  1. Cover head, following Step 1 above, using 2" ball and pastel yellow sock.
  2. Follow Step 2 above, using a white baby sock. Glue head in sock.
  3. Poke a small hole at top of head; insert and glue feathers. Using pattern, cut beak from yellow foam sheet; fold and glue to face. Paint on eyes; blush cheeks.
  4. Embellish with bows, ribbon flowers or other accessories.

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