Tiny Easter Bunnies
Use cotton balls and pipe cleaners to create tiny Easter bunnies for embellishing Easter baskets and other decorations. These tiny, fluffy Easter bunnies by Becky Kazana look adorable in a group.
- three sizes of white poufs (I used cotton balls for my biggest poufs since I had loads of them around.
- pipe cleaners for ears
- wire cutters
- tiny seed beads for eyes (I had red handy instead of black, but I rather like the slightly sinister feel it gives them. We can't get too cutesy, now can we?)
- a needle or pin
- a hot glue gun
First, hot glue the medium pouf to the large pouf to create the bunny's head.
Now a dab of hot glue on his rear to attach the smallest pouf for the tail.
Now, put a seed bead on the end of your needle. Dab it in the hot glue. Make sure to stick it in there well- we don't want any blind bunnies!
Now for the ears! Trim them to desired length with your wire cutters.
Another dab of glue at the nape of his bunny neck.
Insert ears and hold firmly until dry. You may want to shape the ears a bit now.