EASTER CRAFT: FLUFFY BUNNY EARS & DINO EASTER BONNET

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Floral Bunny Ears

Is there anything cuter than Easter bonnets?
If you have little ones then you probably have plenty of bunny ears stashed away from previous Easters, so why not give them a revamp and turn them into a cute floral pair instead?


 

WHAT YOU’LL NEED:
• An old pair of bunny ears, or you can easily make some out of pipe cleaners and a wire headband •
• Floral wire •
• Floral tape •
• Hot glue gun or craft glue •
• Variety of flowers. You can either purchase some from your local florist, pick your favourites from your garden, or make them from tissue paper •
• Ribbon (for extra decoration) •

 

HOW TO MAKE:

1. Shape two pipe cleaners into a bunny ear structure.
2. Attach the ears to the wire headband using a hot glue gun.
3. Arrange the flowers into the style you would like, before trimming them.
4. When happy with the design trim the stems of the flowers.
5. Using the floral wire, attach your flower design onto the headband.
6. To make your design look fuller, simply add more flowers to the top of the headband.
7. If there are any stems poking out, cut them for a smooth finish.
8. Using the floral tape, simply secure the flowers firmly to the headband,
9. For a unique touch try tying little bows on-top of each ear.



 

Dino Easter Bonnet

Bring a twist to the classic bunny and chicken theme this Easter with a Dino-tastic surprise that your child will love. This simple accessory using an old straw hat is sure to be a conversation starter this Easter.


 

WHAT YOU’LL NEED:
• A wide brim hat •
• Hot glue gun or craft glue •
• Plant clippings or plastic foliage •
• Toy dinosaurs •
• Easter eggs, plastic eggs or paint your own wooden eggs from Earth Toys (be mindful of the heat if you do decide to use chocolate ones) •
• Floral wire •
• Ribbon (if you want) •

 

HOW TO MAKE:
1. Arrange the foliage, dinosaurs and eggs into the position of your liking, making sure to leave two large leaves for bunny ears.
2. Once you’re happy with the design, simply attach each element onto the hat with glue.
3. Remove any excess stems or leaves by trimming them down to your desired length.
4. If need be, tie down foliage or dinosaurs with floral wire for extra support. Make sure that no wire is sticking out, for the safety of your little ones.


 

 

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