HONOLULU Family Easter Craft: Sock Bunnies
Turn orphaned socks into cute, snuggly Easter decorations.
We’ve got the perfect Easter décor solution using orphaned socks; so don’t throw those mate-less toe warmers away! Have the kids dig through their sock drawer, so you can whip up a batch of Easter bunnies.
- Yarn, ribbon, or embroidery thread
- Lentil beans or cotton for stuffing
- Pompoms (optional)
- Stuff the sock with lentils or other dried beans until 2/3 full. You can also use cotton. Leave enough room at top for the ears.
- Tie the top closed.
- 3Use a colorful ribbon to make a neck, separating the head from the body. The head will be about 1/3 the size of the body.
- Cut the top portion in half.
- Trim each half to make two pointy ears.
- Glue or sew a pompom on for the tail and another for the nose. You can also leave the face blank or let your child draw a face with a Sharpie.
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