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No Sew Gnomes dressed up like Bunnies, Carrots or their Easter Best. Made from Socks, Pool Noodles, Dollar Tree Makeovers and MORE
I ordered these off from Amazon. You get 24 for $16 which makes them under .70 a piece. These work well for Gnomes too. Just glue on shoes, hat and a nose and your done. See the Gnome Decor-Eggor Below.
Faux Fur Pom Pom Bunny Magnet
Simple just glue a face on, using whatever you have around the house. Attach accents to the core of the pom pom as much as possible. i.e Try not to glue just to the fur. You want it more secure
This is the time of year when you may find yourself making a lot of bunnies and struggling to find something to use for whiskers. Pipe cleaners are bulky and look like fuzzy caterpillars, HOWEVER if you take a lighter to a black pipe cleaner, it will melt the fuzz and leave you with a black wire. Perfect for whiskers
This was a Dollar Tree Wire Bunny Wreath Form I wrapped with chunky yarn, also a DT find. I then cut a 8" circle from DT Foam Core, covered it with DT plaid fabric and glued it to the back, good side facing out. For the inside of the ears I used the same fabric but glued jute around them so fabric would not unravel. Added a bow and Done.
Dollar Tree Dice Bunnies
Antique Bunny Wall Hanging
I seen a video where the lady used a lighter to burn off the excess when mod podging a napkin unto a wooden cut out. Worked like a charm in the video. not so much in my kitchen. It scorch the paper .. so I pretty much just went with it and antiqued the whole bunny. He's Cute, but not my first choice.
Bunny Candle Holder
Turn a wine glass into a cute bunny candle holder. Face can be made from anything you have, Googley eyes, felt, pom poms, marker, paint etc.
This is a spaghetti jar I painted pink. The hat is a Twisted Ruffled Hat (See Our Sock Gnome Page for pattern) I made bigger. The ears are felt. The eyes are mod podged on (There's a JPG File on Our Crafts Page) Pom Pom Nose, Wooden ball for the nose and whiskers are pipe cleaners I singed . I later added eyelashes, which do you like better ?
Bunny Silhouette Jar
Add Easter Grass and Fairy Lights for a fun silhouette jar
DT Wooden Plaques Bunny
This Bunny was made from 2 DT Wooden Heart Plaques (Feet are 1 and Body is one flipped upside down) and a Bunny Wooden Head Plaque. I stacked and glued the DT Jenga Blocks to the back, to make her stand. Then just added a face and ribbons.
Dollar Tree Bunny Makeover
I painted the bunny black (I did use the brown bunny to start with so paint would cover better). I Love the black bunny and it's great for decor BUT you lose the softness by doing this, so I wouldn't recommend it for a child. I then added the face and clothes. Once again eyes are on the Crafts Page and Hat is on the Sock Gnomes Page
Puppy With Bunny Ears
It's "Ruff" when the Bunnies and Chicks get all the attention this time of year !!
See Our Animals Page for Step by Step Instructions for How To Make The Yarn Puppy
You're Not a Bunny
Dollar Tree Pizza Pan Bunny
I painted a DT Pizza Pan with White Chalk Paint and glued on a DT Hat. The ears are DT Foam Board covered with white felt and I glued chunky yarn around it. This face was made with the Cricut permanent vinyl.
No Cricut ? No Problem. Use Felt, Pom Poms, etc for the face
HTV Vinyl lets you easily personalize your bunnies. For this one I wanted the eyes a little bigger so I added vinyl over the existing eyes too.
This one went to my nephew who is a brown belt in Tae Kwon Do
Although it's hard to tell from the 1st pic this one actually has dimension. I used 1/2 of one of the large DT plastic eggs (I cracked the other half didn't want to waste $1.25.) I painted it. (Make sure you Mod Podge after you paint plastic or it will chip !!) I mod podged the bunny on the inside (This is a great way to get a focal point without buying a figurine) DT Rick Rack around the edge. I poked a hole in the bottom and inserted a dowel. (I added a small piece of styrofoam inside to help secure it) The flowers are cardstock (See Our Crafty Fun Cuts Cardstock Page for SVG or you could use silk flowers) The sign is a DT chalkboard (I flipped around and used the wooden side) DT Clay Pot, I filled with styrofoam and rocks (You want some weight in there) Glue the dowel into the styrofoam and add more flowers and Easter Grass into the pot..
No Sew Bunnies
Whether you want your ears long or short, unfinished edges or glued seams. You need a Bunny Base to start.
Step by Step Instructions for your Bunny Base
Add embellishments to make him your own
Add Pom Poms and Googley Eyes for a crafty character look. Kids love these.
You will need. 1 Crew Sock, Rice enough to fill a Solo Cup 3/4 full, twine and a rubber band and an additional Solo Cup (Optional)
The crew socks I got at Dollar Tree 3 PAIR for $1. Cut the ribbed calf off for small ear bunnies
I cut the bottom off a Solo cup and use it as a funnel to put the rice into the sock. You don't need it I just find it helps.
Place the funnel into the sock
Pour 3/4 of a Solo cup full of rice into the sock. Measurements do not have to be precise. If you want a larger bunny use more, smaller bunny use less. Doesn't have to be all rice, you can use beans, cat liter (in a bag), aquarium rocks etc. OR any of the above just in the bottom for weight and fill the rest with polyfil
Tie off the top of your bunny where the rice stops, so what will be ears stick out the top. I use a rubber band to tie it off so it's tight and secure. Then I tie a piece of twine over it because over time the rubber band may weaken. Use a little glue on the knot to secure.
Shape the body of the bunny into two sections. They don't have to be even. Keep in mind the top section will be the head and the bottom will be the body
Tie a piece of twine tightly around the the mid section to define the head and body
Standing upright it should look something like this
Add Burlap, painted glue dots, twine and a little blush for a more Farmhouse look
Add felt eyes and nose along with the twine and a rustic looking carrot (Dollar Tree) for a combination of the 2.
Big Carrots and Bunnies
Big carrots and Bunnies are made from 2 Liter Pop (Soda) Bottles. Use just the carrot, just the bunnies or any combo to fit your space
Make Your Own Bunny Garden Instructions
Paint a 2 Liter Pop Bottle white, add stiffen burlap for ears any oblong shape you'd like. From there you can decorate her anyway you want. I used felt for her bow and apron, Googly eyes and pom poms for her face and a black marker for accents.
Don't forget her tail. I used Jute I twisted around cardboard to make a pom pom. "But" pom poms or cotton balls would work too.
Really Big Carrots. Cut a 2 Liter Pop Bottle at any length and paint it orange. Optional I glued Jute around it to make the circles
Glue green stiffen burlap to the top. Long and narrow strips no pattern they are all different. Note the longer the leaves the stiffer the burlap needs to be. Use more Mod Podge to make burlap stiffer
Cut triangular scrap pieces for not only decoration but to help support the burlap upright. If you still find the burlap flopping over to far use longer scrap pieces like an L-Bracket
Bunny dragging the carrot. Use felt or something flexible for arms when you are making your bunny
These are two separate pieces. Trying to glue then together proved futile. Note: Lots of Hot Glue even if it's a cool melt glue gun will melt a plastic pop bottle
To angle the bottle so she can carry it glue a triangular piece of Styrofoam to it
Cover the styrofoam with moss so it doesn't show
You will need:
2 Liter Pop/Soda Bottles
EVERYTHING else is whatever you want.
I used Stiffen Burlap (See My Craft Page as to How To Cut and Stiffen Burlap) but you could use Felt or foam board or even construction paper. I used Felt for Bows and Aprons but again you can use whatever you have on hand. For the face I used googly eyes, pom poms and jute but you could just paint one on.
There isn't a pattern for any of it. Greenery for carrots are long strips of burlap none are the same. Bunny ears are basically pointed ovals but they are all different shapes and sizes. * Cut 2 at a time for 1 Bunny. You don't really want one bunny to have 2 different ears but other then that you can't mess them up.
I set them up in my house on the coffee table, so I wanted a 360 degree view.
Dollar Tree Dice - Carrot
The eyes are a JPG I printed out and Mod Podged on. (Brown, Green and Blue) are available on Our Crafts Page. The nose is hot glue I stacked in layers.
Add Legs and shoes
They are cute without the face too
This is a small Dollar Tree Cut Out, you get 8 in a package.
Everybody thinks Easter is all about the Bunny BUT... It's gnomes who put the magic in Easter. This was a DT Plastic egg I cut a hole in and painted. (Note: This was one of the ones that had the clear plastic on one side and the colored plastic on the other. Cut the hole in the clear plastic side. The colored side is a harder plastic and will crack when you try to cut it.) Carrots and Clay Pot are also DT. I did paint the carrots, they were originally the ones that were striped and replaced the paper leaves with raffia. There's various options to make the gnomes on Our Gnome Pages. Added fairy lights to make it magical.
Chicks and Eggs
Hangin' With My Peeps
Chick Refrigerator Magnet
He was made with a DT Wooden Egg. I used the Cricut for the glasses and words however a wire and paint pen would work. I glued dowels on the bottom with shoes. There are Step by Step Instructions on Our Sock Gnome Page for the shoes
Farm Fresh Eggs
Egg was painted with a crackle technique. I painted the whole thing black, let it dry and painted a coat of Elmer's Glue over it. While the glue was still tacky I painted over it with white paint. Used a stiff yucky brush for this, using as few brush strokes as possible. White paint crackles as it dries. It's pretty cool.
You will need string, a balloon, glue, a pan, a measuring cup and a heavy spoon
Mix glue and water together at a 50/50 ratio
Run string through your glue mixture. If you run the string under a heavy spoon to weigh it down it won't tangle as badly
Wrap wet string around the tie
Continue to wrap wet string around the balloon
Cut the string when you get it to the desired coverage
Let it sit in a bowl to dry. Moving it occasionally so it doesn't stick to bowl. If your balloon has a more rounded shape you can pull on the tied off part to get a desired egg shape while it is still wet.
Turn Plastic eggs into fun animals. Add eyes, foam board legs and ears, felt and pipe cleaners to plastic eggs. These are the ones I came up with what can you and your kids make ?
Add Some GLITZ
Spin,Spell and Rhyme
Twist the egg to make rhyming words
Turn Math into a fun game
Turn a Milk Jug Into a Bunny Basket
Empty Toilet Paper Rolls can be Fun Animals
These are here to give you ideas, so there are no patterns or lists of materials needed. Use what you have. Felt, foam board, construction paper. paint, markers. I used pipe cleaners for whiskers if you don't have pipe cleaners use string, yarn or wire. If you don't have googly eyes use felt or just draw them on. Bunny ears are just a basic oval pointy on one end. They can be long and skinny or short and fat. Although in my opinion it's better to cut both ears at the same time so they match, if you want 1 ear tall and the other one short, go for it.There is no right or wrong
Bunny Nose Masks
Add Pom Poms and Pipe Cleaners to Craft Sticks for fun masks that "No Bunny" will recognize you when you wear them.
Games and Activities
DT now has pastel candles. They are not perfect (They're $1.25) BUT they can be doctored up. Mod Podge a picture on to it and some crystal glitter and some ribbons. Great kid's craft.
Jelly Bean Balance
Players are provided a small cup of Jelly Beans and a Popsicle Stick. They place the Popsicle stick in their mouth and then try to balance the jelly beans on top of them. First player to balance Six Jelly Beans wins
Easter Egg Guess
Fill numbered easter eggs with small items that you find around your house (toothpick, paper clip, staple, push pin, nail, etc.) Let them shake the eggs and write down their guess as to what's inside the various numbered eggs. Whoever guesses the most wins.
Egg Hunt Variations
Place little messages inside the eggs instructing kids to do various things.
Hop on One Foot. Sing a Song. etc
Jelly Bean Trail
Leave a trail of Jelly Beans leading to the locations
Use Glow-in the-Dark Eggs or Glow Sticks and Flash Lights
Reverse Egg Hunt
Let the kids hide the eggs. Kids will have fun watching the adults trying to find the eggs they hid.
Blind fold your hunter and tell them whether they are Hot or Cold
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