Friday, March 30, 2012

Crafting with Kara-Bunny Craft

How to make a bunny craft out of extra large pipe cleaners

Kara went to Michaels  with me recently, and saw supplies that gave her the inspiration to make this bunny craft.

To make a fuzzy bunny you need the following supplies.  I linked them if you do not have a craft store nearby, or can not find them in the store.  They are affiliate links. 

Pretty much all of the supplies were  found in the same aisle except for the white thread.

Using the white giant pipe cleaner she rolled it into the head/face, leaving enough to fold into the ears.

To make the ears she she looped the pipe cleaner two times per ear, so they would be filled in and fuzzy.  She had a hard time describing exactly what she did, so hopefully her  directions on the ears were clear enough to follow.   She then used white thread to secure the everything in place.

The backside to the bunny's head is not quite as filled in.  That is okay as long as the front of his face is.

Using Elmer's glue, she attached the google eyes, pink pom poms and the mouth.

Here she is gluing on the the eyes.

Here she is attaching the pink pom ears

We are not sure exactly where we are going to display her bunny yet.  It would be a cute addition to a wreath, mantle, gift or almost anything else.


  1. love your easter bunny craft so cute

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  2. Adorable little bunny. Great job Kara.

  3. Super Cute bunny!!! Thanks for sharing with us at Sharing Saturday. See you next week :)

  4. This is such a fun craft! Thanks for sharing!

  5. I love Kara's crafts and I'm so glad you guys keep sharing them on my blog's linky party :) I'm featuring Kara's craft as the "Best by Kids" on Thursday on my blog! Please stop by and pick up your featured button :)

  6. It looks so cute. Kara sure looks happy doing it
    Cheers from Bangalore, India

  7. I had no idea they made jumbo pipe cleaners. This is such a cute craft. I love it. Plus Kara can probably sew better than I can. Thanks so much for sharing at Whimsy Wednesdays. Have a wonderful Easter.


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