Step 1: Print and cut the template. On cardstock, trace around the template and cut out the torso, arms and legs of the bunny.
Step 2: Punch the brackets through the spots marked on the template. If it’s easier, use a mini hole punch or an X-Acto knife to get the hole started. Attach the arms and legs. Fold over the ends of the brackets if they stick out.
Step 3: Fold the arms and legs down all the way. Make a small incision or hole at the top of each limb. Cut two 4-inch pieces of string. Pull one string through the incisions at the tops of the arms; pull tight. Tie a knot on either end. Repeat with the legs.
Step 4: Cut a piece of string that’s about 12 inches long. Tie the top of this string to the string that runs between the arms. Pull tight, making sure the arms stay in place, then tie that string to the string that runs between the legs.
Step 5: Decorate and play! To make the bunny easier to hold, glue or tape a loop of string to its head, between the ears.
Are you making crafts to get ready for Easter? Share with us in the comments below!
Celebrate sunny days with warm neutrals and one of our favorite colors for summer: coral. From a cool friend in sunglasses to global-inspired bedding, this cheery girl’s room brings it all together – and Sherwin-Williams Coral Bead SW6873 adds the perfect finishing touch.
1. Let your little one dream of far-off islands and warm summer days under our Elyse Bedding.
Today is the first day of spring – and it’s also the 45th anniversary of The Very Hungry Caterpillar! To celebrate this special day, we’re hosting a special Instagram giveaway, and you could win a $100 PBK gift card. Here’s how!
To enter the contest, simply:
1. Visit a local store to snap a picture of your child next to our butterfly backdrop, or take a photo of them at home dressed as a butterfly.
2. Follow @potterybarnkids on Instagram, and post your photo with #pbkbutterfly.
Plan your next party with a few details that will whisk your guests up, up and away! We love all things magical, and these hot air balloon party ideas are just the thing to create the perfect celebration.
Welcome the beauty of spring with our exclusive collection of designer dolls, crafted with delicate details and charming personalities. From blooming flowers to Easter icons, each features something wonderfully unique – take a look at the process that goes into making these special toys.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! In celebration of all things green, we’re sharing three fun after-school snacks perfect for making today.
Lucky for you, these Shamrock Tortilla Chips from Sweet Little Peanut are both healthy and easy to make! With some creamy guacamole or a “rainbow” salsa, little hands will love dipping these fun chips on St. Paddy’s Day.
Your little ones will think they’ve found the pot of gold with these Money Cakes from Oh Happy Day. With a fun topper and surprise center, this St. Paddy’s Day treat will be something they’ll remember for years.
Looking for more recipe ideas? Visit Design Studio to get inspired.
Not only is today Pi Day, it’s also Albert Einstein’s birthday! We’re celebrating with a few fun science activities perfect for sharing with kids. We love these ideas from Katherine Marie‘s blog – you just might find a new favorite yourself.
Create your own little Einstein with this idea, adapted from Spoonful.