Bunnies crafting from papier-mache balls?
Yeah, why not? With papier-mâché balls, you don't just have to think about Christmas balls. With a piece of cardboard you stick rabbit ears on it, a piece of fur, wool or fabric on it and your rabbit (or Easter bunny) is already ready to hang in the spring branches (or Easter suits). That looks cozy!
You don't mess with paint, because the face can be stuck with stickers or you can draw it with marker. The papier-mâché balls already have a nice gold-colored cord, so hanging the bunnies (the hare balls) is a piece of cake. And the size you can also decide for yourself! For a larger decoration you can safely take the larger balls, if you have a small vase with thinner branches then the small balls will be more suitable. Logical of course!
Below we show, how easy it is. And hopefully it will also inspire you to get the Christmas balls out of the attic and just make spring balls out of it.
Don't you have Christmas balls at your fingertips? Then you can easily buy them online, for more information the link to the webshop has been added. Of course, you can also use other balls or also egg moulds to craft your own Easter bunnies or bunnies! Creatively, there is actually nothing that could not be:)
First, hold the ball to the cord, and glue the cardboard ears next to the cord.
Glue the fur on the back and glue it behind the ears down and behind.
Excess fur just cut off. After that, stick another kind of bangs in front of the ears.
Give your rabbit an eye and snout with stickers and/or marker
Of course, the brown rabbit gets another boyfriend, this one turns white.
First fur around (around behind the ears) and then a tuft in front of the ears.
For gluing, we simply used Decopatch glue.
If you make several bunnies, can you hang them on a branch in front of the window or on the wall as a spring decoration? A beautiful display branch of 60cm, which already has cord, 2 hanging hooks and 8 twisted eyelets, you can find HERE. Easy, and fun!
For the rabbit lovers here some nice online shopping tips: