I had originally planned on sharing this Baby Pom-Pom Bunny with you last week during our spring break, but things got so hectic prior to spring break (especially when I locked myself out of the house) that I didn’t have time to finish putting this little post together! Oh well! At least I am getting to it now & let me start out by telling you how much I love this Baby Pom-Pom Bunny! Seriously, so cute! They are soft, fluffy, & absolutely adorable!
A Baby Pom-Pom Bunny would be a fun little Easter craft or gift for your kids! Or if you are looking for a way to spruce up your office space for Easter this Baby Pom-Pom Bunny would be super cute decor for your desk. Oh & do you see that little pot in the background? You are correct if you guessed this was one that I tested on for my Dreamy Herb Garden Pots tutorial!
This DIY Baby Pom-Pom Bunny is so cute I might need to make a dozen of them so she can have a friend!
Fork – optional
Mini White Puff Balls
Hot Glue Gun & Glue
First cut a piece of yarn that is roughly the length of your fork & place it down the middle in between the teeth of the fork. Is that what it’s called, fork teeth? Maybe I’ve just been married to a tooth lover for too long & now everything is a form of a tooth!
Then take the end of the yarn connected to your ball of yarn & place it over the middle yarn, through the top (or first) two fork teeth, under the loose piece of middle yarn, & back up through the bottom (last) fork teeth. Is that confusing? I hope not! If so check the pictures above for extra guidance.
Then wrap the yarn around the whole fork 50-75 times, depending on how fluffy you want it to be.
Then tie the loose middle piece of yarn really tight around the rest of the yarn – tying a tight knot. Pull the yarn off the fork & use sharp scissors to cut all of the loops. Then fluff up the pom-pom by rolling it around in your hands & then give it a hair cut by trimming off any pieces that are too long.
I used this piece for the head & used the same concept with my fingers (instead of a fork) for the body of the Baby Pom-Pom Bunny.
For the ears I just free handed (cut?) them with grey & pink felt & scissors. For the two eyes, nose, & the tail I used mini pom-poms. Oh & I didn’t once to spend extra money on white & black pom-poms so I just bought white ones & used a sharpie to make the eyes black.
Then assemble your bunny with a hot glue gun & let cool before moving (or playing).
Seriously though, how cute is this Baby Pom-Pom Bunny! I’m thinking I need to make more in a variety of sizes & colors!
I’d love to see your Baby Pom-Pom Bunny! Instagram your Domestically Blissful inspired DIY & craft projects with the hashtag #DomesticallyBlissful & you might find your picture featured on DB’s Instagram!
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