Introduction: Washcloth Easter Bunnies!

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I've made these for a while now and lately a few friends wanted to know how I did it, sooo I decided to create this Instructable. These guys are very easy to make and you can make many in one sitting.

Step 1: Stuff You Need

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What you need: A new square washcloth (doesn't have to be white), 7 White pom poms (2 mini, 2 small, 3 medium sized), a mini pom pom of any color to use as nose, a pair of googly eyes, a plastic Easter egg, a rubber band, and hot glue. You also need "whiskers". We got these from the craft store in the flower section. These are what they use for the center of the flowers. We tied 2 of them together to form a cross like shape

Step 2: Step 1

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Step 1: lay out the washcloth with tag side facing up, and roll up one side tightly towards the center. Repeat with opposite side of cloth.

Step 3: Step 2

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Fold cloth in half with rolled up side facing outwards. Then take the ends of the cloth (the "ears") and fold the backwards.

Step 4: Step 3

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Use a rubber band to hold ears back. The bulge in front will become the Rabbit's face. This is the point to make any last adjustments to face area and ears.

Step 5: Step 4

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Glue the crease in the back so that rabbit won't roll apart.

Step 6: Step 5

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Glue on eyes, whiskers and glue mini pom poms over the whiskers to become the muzzle. Finally add the nose on top.

Step 7: Step 6

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Fill Easter Egg with candy of choice. then place egg in center of washcloth bunny, small part of the egg towards the head. This gives your bunny's body shape.

Step 8: Step 7

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Glue on small pom poms on bunny to be front legs and large ones to become back legs.

Step 9: You Are Done!

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And there you are! You can tie a bow around where the rubber band is to hide it (couldn't find ribbon at time of making demo), but other than that, you are done! Feel free to improvise but this gives you a base to work off of!


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