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Easter is rolling around rather quickly, which means I know a bunch of you will be decorating Easter Eggs fairly soon and I have a fun craft for you to add to your list: a Yarn Wrapped Easter Egg Bunny! Isn’t he just the cutest? Wouldn’t he look awesome with your dyed Easter Eggs?
The Yarn Wrapped Easter Egg Bunny is easy to make, though I recommend using a thicker yarn if you want to cut down on the time he takes to make.
Plastic Easter Egg (preferably white, but any color works)
White and Pink Felt
PAAS Egg Coloring Kit
Hard Boiled Eggs
First, cut feet, nose and ears out of felt — hot glue the pink inner ear onto the white outer ear.
Hot glue both ears to the back of the egg.
Insert the yarn into the egg and close the egg.
Begin to wrap the yarn around the egg, going to the bottom. Hot gluing in place as you go. Once you get to the bottom, work your way over the yarn, filling in any gaps and moving to the top.
Hot glue on the eyes, nose and feet.
Make a yarn pom-pom and glue to the back of the bunny. To make my pom-pom, I wrapped yarn around two fingers a bunch of times. I then tied it around the middle. Cut the loops on either side and fluff.
Dye some hard boiled eggs using PAAS Egg Dyes – they have SO many options available now! I definitely recommend adding the vinegar according to the box. I was out, so my eggs came out much lighter than I typically like.
Place the dyed eggs in a bowl and add your adorable little egg bunny!
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These are so cute and easy! We have used PAAS products for years!
I love PAAS!! These bunnies are so adorable!
Darling! Love the fuzzy bunny and dying eggs with PAAS is always a fun project with the kiddos.
What a precious idea!! My older two would love this…thanks for the idea. 🙂
So cute and easy . . . love it!