Plastic Knife Bunny

February 12th, 2013 posted by Debbie Knechtel

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This is a great craft for little ones, perfect for day care situations or just for that ‘I’m bored’ kind of day. Make this cute little bunny in your classroom and take home to show Mom for Easter! EDITOR’S NOTE: If you are not comfortable with using plastic knives around your kids, substitute plastic spoons instead.

You will need

2 white plastic knives

white pom pom( approx 1/2 in)

pink pom pom(approx 1/4 in)

2 wiggle eyes

black wire

pink ribbon

green ribbon

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What you do

// Hot glue the two plastic knives together forming a narrow X shape, serated edges pointing outwards. Glue white pom pom where the 2 knives cross. Glue pink pom pom on for the nose. Glue wiggle eyes on for eyes. Using 2 small pieces of black wire bend in a v shape and glue on either side of the pink pom pom for whiskers. Cut 2 pieces of pink ribbon and glue to tops of knives to make the inside of the ears. Make a bow out of the other ribbon and glue it under the white pom pom.

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