Saturday, April 3, 2010

Bunnies and Chics and All that Cute Stuff


When I decided to make some fun little stuff for the kid's Easter baskets, this is the first thing that popped into my mind.  By no means am I trying to say I invented these little boogers (I actually had a purple one when I was little).  So, I got my washrags and folded them up until they looked like I remember, and now I'll show you what I did.


For the bunny:  Fold the washrag into a triangle and roll it up, starting with the pointy side.

Next you want to fold the rag around to form an O.
While holding the rag as shown above, fold the two ends back over your hand.  It will form a "head" on front of the O.

Now take a piece of ribbon and tie it around the entire area to hold the head in place (tie it around the rag where my fingers are in the last pictures).


For the chic:  Start off the same as the bunny.


Now, instead of flipping the ends up, you flip them to the sides to form wings. 

As you see above, I pulled one side of the rag down and to the side to have a smoother area for the face.  Now wrap a piece of ribbon around the entire thing (where my fingers are).

Now, to make the faces, I just glued on some pom-poms and googly eyes. Because my 7 month old eats everything she can get her hands on, I decided it would be safer to paint a face on her bunny.


These guys are a great idea if you are looking for a last minute basket stuffer since they are quick and easy to make!

3 comments:

Leslie and Melissa said...

i love these! good job!

thebmorekid said...

My chic ending up looking more like a ghost which got me thinking that these would be great for Halloween as well. They would be great to hang from a tree outside or in a window. Thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

Really nice idea! My kids will love it! Thank you for sharing... With love from Greece! xxx

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