Bunny and Chick Easter Pom Pom Craft

Create these cute chick and bunnies out of pom poms! This is a great easter craft idea to do with the kids in spiring. 

Create these cute chick and bunnies out of pom poms! This is a great easter craft idea to do with the kids in spiring. 

To make these easter pom poms you will need:

Glue

Step 1 Follow this tutorial to learn how to make two pom poms. For the bunny use light pink wool, and for the chick use yellow. Make one pom pom bigger than the other by changing the size of the card ring.

Step 1

Follow this tutorial to learn how to make two pom poms. For the bunny use light pink wool, and for the chick use yellow. Make one pom pom bigger than the other by changing the size of the card ring.

Step 2 Glue the smaller pom pom onto the larger one to create the head and body. Hold in place until the glue dries.

Step 2

Glue the smaller pom pom onto the larger one to create the head and body. Hold in place until the glue dries.

Step 3 Cut two ear shapes out of pink foam, and two inner ear shapes out of white foam, then glue the ends and push into the top of the smaller pom pom. Then cut a nose shape out of the white foam and glue onto the from of the bunny pom pom. Stick two eyes in place just above the nose. To create the chick, cut a beak shape out of orange foam and glue to the front of the smaller pom pom. Stick two googly eyes just above the beak. Subscribe to my newsletter to receive fun craft ideas and freebies!   Please note: this blog post contains affiliate links, however all opinions are my own and I only link to products that I personally recommend.

Step 3

Cut two ear shapes out of pink foam, and two inner ear shapes out of white foam, then glue the ends and push into the top of the smaller pom pom. Then cut a nose shape out of the white foam and glue onto the from of the bunny pom pom. Stick two eyes in place just above the nose.

To create the chick, cut a beak shape out of orange foam and glue to the front of the smaller pom pom. Stick two googly eyes just above the beak.

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