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Tiny chocolate bunny

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The perfect ornament for your Easter tree.

1. Gather your material. You will need a piece of brown felt, a scrap of yellow Fun Foam, a scrap of pink Fun Foam, a scrap of blue Fun Foam, pastel ribbon, white glue and/or hot glue, scissors, a piece of chalk (not shown), and tissue paper.


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2. Fold the brown felt in two widthwise. With the chalk, trace a basic rabbit shape on the upper portion.


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3. Cut out the rabbit shape in both layers so that you end up with two identical bunnies.


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4. Tear several small pieces of tissue paper, crumple them, and use them to completely cover one of the bunnies, leaving a small uncovered edge all the way around the bunny shape.


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5. Apply white or hot glue along the edge of the first bunny shape. Position the other bunny on top of the first one. Press both shapes together firmly.


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6. Cut a small yellow circle out of the yellow Fun Foam and a tinier circle out of the blue Fun Foam. Glue the blue circle on the yellow circle as show to represent a candy eye like the ones on chocolate Easter bunnies. Glue the eye in place. Cut a small nose out of the pink Fun Foam and glue it on the tip of the bunny’s nose.


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7. Cut a piece of pastel ribbon and tie a bow. Glue the bow on the bunny’s neck.


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8. Cut a second piece of ribbon, fold it in half to form a loop, and glue it behind your bunny so you can hang it in your Easter tree.


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Patricia-Ann Morrison



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