Easter Bunny

This project requires the following resources:

  • White felt
  • Pink felt
  • Egg carton
  • Scissors
  • Paint
  • Paint brush
  • Hot glue gun
  • Moving eyes
  • Pom pom

Step 1.
Cut out the bottom of an empty egg carton for the body of the eastern bunny.
Step 2.
Apply the first layer of paint on the Easter bunny’s body. It’s best to use white, grey brown or black for this layer but any colour you have will work. Set aside to dry.
Step 3.
Cut out some felt triangles for your bunny’s ears. Use white felt for the outer ear and pink felt for the inner ear. Glue these two triangles together using the hot glue gun.
Step 4.
Take the large white pom pom, and using the hot glue gun, attach the googly eyes. This will be your bunny’s face! Glue the ears to the back of the pom pom and then attach the head to the body.
Step 5.
Now that the first layer of paint on you bunny’s body is try, apply the second layer. This colour is the colour you want your bunny to be. Rabbits are often white, grey, brown or black, but don’t let this limit your imagination! Your Easter bunny could be neon pink or bright green!

Seashell Creatures

This project requires the following items:

  • Craft Workshop moving eyes
  • Craft Workshop chenille stem (red)
  • Craft Workshop felt (green)
  • Craft Workshop hot glue gun
  • Paint
  • Paintbrush
  • Assorted sea shells

Step 1.
Paint your seashells colours of your choice. We used red for the crab, green for the turtle and different purple, green and yellow for our fish. While paint is drying choose what moving eyes will suit which creature, and plan out where to position the fins and tails on fish
Step 2.
Cut a Chenille Stem into 4 pieces of similar length to make legs, and then 2 longer for the longer front legs. Fold the end of the longer legs back onto themselves to from lil’ grabby pincers.
Step 3.
Prepare the turtle body by drawing some legs, head and tail around the outside of your shell, and the cut out the shape.
Step 4.
Carefully glue the moving eyes on to your creatures, either on the shells (for fish and crab) or on the felt turtle head
Step 5.
Using the hot glue gun, glue the other smaller shells on to the fish to form fins and tail to finish
Step 6.
Glue the turtle felt body on to the underside of the shell to finish
Step 7.
Glue 4 legs alongside the bottom edge of one side of the crab shell, then repeat for the other side. Finish off with gluing the longer pincer legs towards the of the crab

Decorative Arrows

This project requires the following items:

  • Craft Workshop Felt
  • Craft Workshop Feathers
  • Craft Workshop Hot Glue Gun
  • Scissors
  • Paint
  • Washi tape
  • Ribbon

 

Step 1.
Paint the wooden dowel rods a colour of your choice to start your arrows
Step 2.
Whilst the arrow rods are drying, prepare the felt cut out feathers, by simply drawing a leaf shape and trimming the side to shape into a feather. Make sure you make a few of different size to layer them up.
Step 3.
Once the arrow’s paint is dry, you have then decorate with bits of ribbon and washi tape, twisting it around the arrow and hot gluing it to stick. You could also draw patterns on to the arrow, use your imagination to create some fun patterns
Step 4.
Hot glue felt feathers layered together, then glue it to the end of the arrow, layering with some colourful feathers.
Step 5.
We wrapped some rope ribbon around the end to cover the feather tips and finish it off.
Hang on the wall or play in a glass vase on display.

Lil’ Lady Bugs

For this project you will require the following items:

  • Craft Workshop Hot Glue Gun
  • Craft Workshop Moving Eyes – Small
  • Craft Workshop Pom Pom – Large white/black
  • Craft Workshop Chenille Stem Black
  • Red paint
  • Paint brush
  • Black marker pen/vivid
  • Empty egg carton
  • Scissors

Step 1.
Cut out the bottom of an egg carton to make the lady bugs body. Make sure the bottom edge is flat, and then paint the body in red and set aside to dry.
Step 2.
Prepare your antennae while the paint is drying by cutting the black chenille stem into two small lengths approximately 5cm to 6cm and bend to shape.
Step 3.
Using a hot glue gun (be careful not to burn yourself), glue the moving eyes and chenille stem antennae on top of a large pom pom, to create a lady bugs head. Position the eyes together and antennae pieces on the back of the head.
Step 4.
Once the red paint is dried on the body, glue the back of the head on to the body, positioning the antennae to stand up.
Step 5.

Draw small black spots on your lady bug and colour in.

Easter Fluffy Chicks

Step 1.
Cut out the bottom of the egg carton, and add spike edges to look like a cracked egg
Step 2.
Paint the egg carton
Step #.
Cut out the chicks beak from the orange sheet of felt. Just a diamond shape,  which when folded over makes a beak.  Or a simple triangle
Step #.
Glue the moving eyes and the felt beak on to the large pom pom to form your cute lil chicks head.
Meet your fluffy friends in time for Easter. These guys are a fun way to spend the afternoon making, and to give away to friends

Popstick Easter Bunny

Step 1.
Stick two popsticks together using glue, or simply tape them on the back to stick together. Paint the front grey, and put aside to dry
Step 2.
Cut out your Bunny ears from the white Felt and add inner ear detail of pink. We simply drew ear shapes we liked and cut around them- approx 4-5cms in length. We then did the same for the Bunny Feet, shaping paws out of the oval white felt, and adding pink inner detail as shown in image.
Step 3.
Using the hot glue gun (mind you dont burn your fingers), glue the inner part of your Bunny Ears and Feet together, to have ready to add on to your Bunny friend.
Step 4.
Glue the Bunny ears on to the back of the popsticks, leaving room to show up top. And then add the Bunny Feet on to the bottom front of the popsticks
Step 5.
Still using the hot glue gun, glue on the moving eyes, positioned near the top of the pop sticks, and then add the medium size white Pom Poms and the small pink Pom Pom to form cheeks and bunnys mouth.

Easter Bunny Headband

 

 

Step 1.
Choose chenille stems in the colour you like. We chose white. Twist 3 together so they stay close to each other. Bend into a loop that will fit over your head like a headband.
Step 2.
Wrap some chenille stems around the ends to keep them together and so they feel soft behind your ears.
Step 3.
To make the ears, twist the chenille stems over the headband making a loop that looks like bunny ears.
Step 4.
Bend the top of the ears into points and adjust them to look cute!
Step 5.
Using the wire on the back of the flowers, twist these around the headband to make it look full of flowers. Make sure the wire is twisted so that it doesn’t stick into your head. Ouch!
Step 6.
Put as many flowers on to make it look full of flowers. Pop it on your head and enjoy being a beautiful Easter bunny!

Pop Stick Love Bugs

For this project you will require the following items:

  • Craft Workshop Jumbo Pop Sticks
  • Craft Workshop Felt Sheets
  • Craft Workshop Googly Eyes
  • Craft Workshop Glitter Chenille Stems (pipe cleaners)
  • Craft Workshop Hot Glue Gun (and glue)
  • Craft Workshop Rhinestones
  • Craft Workshop Black Felt Pen

 

Step 1.
Paint your pop stick the colour of your choice (we went for Valentine’s Day themed colours). Let the paint dry.
Step 2.
Cut out a heart shape from the felt sheet to fit as wings (approx. 8 – 10 cm in length to fit).
Step 2.
Use the hot glue gun to attach it upside down to the back of the pop stick to form the wings, be careful not to burn yourself!
Step 3.
Cute the chenille stems (pipe cleaners) around 3 – 5 cm in length for the antennae. Using the hot glue gun, glue the small pom poms on to the end of the chenille stems for the antennae. Set aside to dry.
Step 4.
Glue one the moving eyes at the top of the pop stick and a small pom pom below for the nose.
Step 5.
Using the marker, draw on a smiley face.
Step 6.
Glue the chenille antennae on the the back top of the pop stick, leaving space to move them around and shape them
Step 7.
Finally, using the hot glue gun, and adhesive rhinestones, decorate the love bugs with gems and
jewels – dress them up how you fancy, and have fun with your designs!These fun Love Bugs can be used for puppet shows, or some quiet play. You could also add a magnet at the end for fridge decoration.

Pom Pom Love Bugs

For this project you will require the following items:

  • Craft Workshop Pom Poms (mixed size & colour pack)
  • Craft Workshop Moving Eyes (small size)
  • Craft Workshop Chenille Stems (pipe cleaners)
  • Craft Workshop Hot Glue Gun
  • Craft Workshop Felt Sheets
  • Craft Workshop Heart Self-stick Gems
  • Paint
  • Paintbrush
  • Scissors

Step 1.
Whilst the hot glue gun warms up, start to prepare your Love Bug pieces. Cut out small heart shapes from the felt sheet, around 4cm in length, to create the feet for the large pom poms. We used colours to suit the Valentines Love theme. Then cut the chenille sticks to length for the antennae- approx 4-5cm.
Step 2.
Using the hot glue gun, stick the large pom pom to the felt heart shaped feet to create the bugs body.
Step 3.
Continue to use the hot glue gun to glue the eyes on to the pom pom body, or the end of the chenille sticks. We also glued small pom poms on to the end of the chenille sticks. Get creative with how you decorate your Love Bug.
Step 4.
Glue the Chenille stick/antennae on to the body of your love bug.
Step 5.
Finally, have fun and get decorating! We used CW adhesive rhinestones to decorate our lil love bug friends!
Step 5.
These lil buddies make great Valentines friendship gifts.

Fairy Ballerina

For this project you will require the following items:

  • Craft Workshop Pom Poms
  • Craft Workshop Dolly Peg (long)
  • Craft Workshop Hot Glue Gun (with glue)
  • Craft Workshop Chenille Stems (pipe cleaners)
  • Fine-tip Black Pen
  • Colouring Pens

Step 1.
Use the fine tipped black pen to draw on the ballerinas face and create small eyes, a happy mouth and finish it off with a pink pen on the cheeks for blush.
Step 2.
Now choose your ballerina’s style! Draw and colour in a hairline on her head, and then the ballet slipper straps on her legs (using the fine tipped black pen again).
Step 3.
Colour in the the top half of the ballerina’s dress, leaving a ‘V’ shaped opening at the front (as ballerina’s typically have dramatic plunging necklines).  Don’t forget her pointe (dancing) shoes!
Step 4.
Our ballerina’s tutu will be made from pom poms! Use the hot glue gun and glue to carefully attach the pom poms around the middle of the peg.
Step 5.
Twist the chenille stem (pipe cleaner) to create wings; make them whichever shape you would wish and then safely glue them onto the fairy ballerina’s back to fit. Be careful not to burn your fingers with the hot glue! Once the wings have dried, your Fairy Ballerina is ready to dance!