craft glue or glue gun/low temperature glue sticks
felt sheets for earsany color
pom poms, assorted sizesany color
thread or fishing line for whiskersany color
beads for eyes, any sizeblack
To make the ears, draw an outer ear and inner ear in an appropriate size on a piece of paper, and cut out the shapes. Cut out a square of felt for the outer ears, and use the shape as a guide to cut out the outer ears. Repeat this step to cut out the smaller inner ears. Glue the inner ear pieces to the outer ear pieces. Squeeze a generous amount of glue about halfway down the front of the largest pom pom to attach the ears.
Squeeze on another generous spot of glue to the base of the ears. Stick the medium pom-pom onto the glue at the base of the ears to attach the head. Hold it in place until it stays put without falling off. If you're using craft glue, you might want to let the bunny rest while the glue sets for a few minutes, before adding the face.
To make whiskers, wrap thread or fishing line in loops around a rectangular piece of cardstock four or five times, then bend the card slightly in the middle, making it easier to slide the looped thread off in a bundle. Tie the bundle off in the middle as tightly as you can with another piece of thread. Cut the loops open, and trim to form the whiskers. Dot some glue on about halfway down the front of the head pom-pom, and attach the whisker bundle.
Add another dot of glue to the knot in the whiskers, and stick on the nose pom-pom.
Dot spots of glue on the head where the eyes should go, and stick on beads for eyes. Let the bunny rest for at least five minutes while the glue sets up.
Squeeze on a generous spot of glue to the back of the bunny, and attach the smallest pom pom for the tail.
If craft glue is being used, let the bunnies set for at least 30 minutes so the glue can set up. This will make the bunnies more durable before playtime.