Cotton Ball Easter Bunny
A few simple supplies and this easy Easter Bunny is a great project for little fingers.
White poster board or heavy construction paper
Pink construction paper or pink crayon/marker
Black and pink pipe cleaners
2 googly eyes
Cut out two ears from the white poster board that are each about 5" tall and 2" wide.
Cut out two smaller ears from the pink construction paper.
Glue the smaller ears inside the larger ears, or color the inside of the larger ears pink.
With the paper plate right side up, glue the ears to the top of the plate so the pink part is facing the table.
Turn the paper plate over.
Cover the plate with glue (tip: using your finger or a paint brush works well to smooth the glue out).
Use the cotton balls to cover the plate.
Glue the googly eyes, pompom (nose) and pipe cleaners on to construct the face of the Easter Bunny.
Bend the pink pipe cleaner into the shape of the bunny's mouth and glue under nose.
*Optional: cut a bowtie out of construction paper and glue on the bottom of the face
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