Konijnen Sokpoppetjes


Dat een sokpoppetje maken zo eenvoudig is, dat weet niet iedereen. Eigenlijk is het niet meer dan alleen een sok vullen met RIJST en met 2 elastiekjes dichtmaken. Oogjes en neusje erop tekenen, oortjes inknippen, strikje erom... en klaar.. hoppen maar!

En natuurlijk kan je hem voor Pasen maken, maar ook de rest van het jaar is een konijntje maken toch superleuk! Een verjaardagskonijn, een Moederdagkonijn, een Juffenkonijn, Valentijnkonijn, een kerstkonijn, het kan van alles zijn!

Benodigdheden:
  • Sok
  • !/2 pak rijst of een ander vulmiddel
  • Lege rol breed verpakkingstape (zo'n kartonnen) of iets wat daar op lijkt om de sok open te houden
  • 2 Elastiekjes
  • Lintje, foam hartje of bloemetje
  • Stift/Schaar

Werkwijze:

  • Stop de kartonnen ring (van de grote rol plakband) in de sok zodat hij de sok openhoudt en giet uit het pak rijst de rijst door het gat naar binnen.
  • Beetje knijpen en ruimte maken. Hoeveel er in moet dat is afhankelijk van de maat sok.
  • Maak eerst de bovenkant strak dicht met elastiek. Een niet-rekbaar draadje is niet zo handig. Ikzelf heb dun transparant elastisch draad gebruikt.
  • Vorm dan met de hand de kop, ongeveer op de helft, en wikkel er een elastiekje 2x om.

  • Houd de bovenkant even goed gelijk vast en knip mooi in het midden naar beneden. Houd het  linkeroor nog vast en knip vanuit het midden het oor gebogen tot de punt.
  • Draai het popje om en knip dan met dezelfde beweging ook het andere oor.
  • Hieronder zie je het filmpje van andimania , als u dat bekijkt is het echt meteen duidelijk!
  • Geef het konijn ogen en een snuitje met een stift en doe een strikje om zijn nek. 
  • Een bloemetje, foamrubber hartje of een andere versiering prik je heel makkelijk met een speldje het popje.

Ook Krystle van lifestyle-/mamablog Batboy maakte met haar 3 jongens (Deon, Sten en Brent) schattige paashaas sokpoppen! Wil je de volledige werkwijze zien, klik dan HIER!

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Ingezonden sokkonijn van Karla & Sam van Unlock Fun.

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Een superschattig paars rijstkonijn!

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Ingezonden door Creatief met kindjes (kindjescreatief) , een leuk panter-konijn!

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Ik ben enkele dagen geprikkeld door Wendy Reijenga uit Ermelo en ik had meteen zin om ook een konijntje te maken. Ik mocht haar konijntjes hier plaatsen! De eerste 4  hieronder zijn door Wendy gemaakt. Zijn ze niet superschattig?

Tja, en dan springen er meer konijnen je om de oren.. lastig om dan te kiezen! 

Dus hieronder nog een paar:

Bron: WELKE.nl

Bron: ikatbag.com

Bij deze  konijnen zijn de oortjes eerst (sok binnenstebuiten) dichtgenaaid.

Naald en draad nodig dus.  Wangetjes gewoon met potlood of stift kleuren
Het zijn dan wel geen konijntjes maar deze kan ik toch niet weerstaan om te laten zien!

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