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Altijd leuk om tijdens de paasvakantie te knutselen met je kids... maar wat als je geen inspiratie hebt?

Geen probleem... ik leg je graag stap voor stap uit hoe je leuke paashaasjes maakt.

Wat je zoal nodig hebt:

  • Een wc-rolletje
  • Een lapje vilt waaruit je de oortjes en voetjes knipt
  • Een stukje stof om het wc-rolletje te bekleden
  • Twee wiebeloogjes of kleine knoopjes
  • Een leuke knoop voor de neus
  • Splitgaren, borduurgaren of wol voor de snorharen
  • Een pomponnetje voor de paashaas zijn staart
  • Een schaar
  • Lijm
Nota: je kan de stoffen ook vervangen door kleurrijk papier 


  • Kleef de stof rond het wc-rolletje en vouw de rand naar binnen
  • knip twee oortjes en een voetstukje uit zoals het voorbeeld hiernaast

  • Kleef het voetstukje onder het wc-rolletje

  • Knip een stukje borduurgaren voor de snorharen
  • Lijm dit vast op de achterkant van de knoop

  • Kleef nu de oortjes bovenaan vast
  • Ook de oogjes en de neus mag je nu kleven

  • Draai tot slot je paashaasje om en kleef er de pompon tegenaan als staart

Leef je helemaal uit met vrolijke kleuren en motiefjes...

Ik liet me al helemaal gaan zoals je hieronder kan zien.


  • Je kan ze ook vullen met kleine paaseitjes of snoepjes om ze als presentje aan je vrienden te geven.


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