25 DIYs to Make a Boo Boo Bunny (Washcloth Bunny)
When your kids have hurt themselves and are crying inconsolably, a boo boo bunny primarily made using a washcloth or a towel, with ice cubes stuffed inside would come to your aid. Besides its therapeutic properties, one may even use them for decoration as centerpieces especially during Easter. Check out the tutorials below to make cute boo boo bunnies.
The white ribbon and the googly eyes add to its cuteness.
The orange and red nose makes the white and black bunny appear all the more appealing.
Apart from giving your little one relief from pain, this bunny would also serve as his or her favorite stuff toy.
The gender-guessing game couldn’t get funnier than a pair of cuddly bunnies waiting eagerly to take your pick.
The fluffy hoppers made from plain white washcloth can pep up any simple decoration adding some charisma to your Easter festivities.
When you need a boo boo bunny urgently to heal a wound, something simple like this will do, without any decoration.
You cannot say no to DIY when there are ample washcloths in your kitchen and a tutorial showing the simplest way to whip up Easter bunnies.
A bowl full of cuddly beauties resting on their verdant bed would make you fall off your seat laughing.
These colorful washcloth crochet bunnies would serve as a unique Easter and baby shower gift.
To make it a perfect Easter gift, stuff chocolates, candies, or eggs inside.
Looking at the cutesy bunny, you would seldom find any words to describe it. As a gift topper for a baby shower or birthday presents, the cutie-pie is the best choice.
Place a basket full of candies, painted eggs, and washcloth bunnies at the entrance of your friend’s house on Easter and see her reaction.
When giving it to your infant to soothe his or her teething pain, put applesauce inside instead of ice cubes.
Drop in an ice cube into the crevice and place it on the injured area to get some quick relief. The kids would undoubtedly find it handy after an episode of bruising courtesy their favorite sports.
A swoon-worthy bunny is hopping a way out before everyone begins cuddling with it. The twinkling googly eyes and the pom-pom nose say it all.
The body of the bunny can be given a creative uplift decking with felt flowers, delicious candies, or artificial eggs.
Have a tete-a-tete with your Easter buddy and enjoy every bit of the heart-warming occasion.
20. Towel Bunny DIY
You could make your toddler’s bath time more exciting by making unique shapes with a towel, and nothing could exciting him or her more than colorful towel bunnies.
With a few folds, you could make this fantastic bunny towel, that would add charm to your Easter basket.
Place candies within and attach lovely ribbons to make the bunnies look attractive.
Alongside the bunny, you could make cute little chicks too for giving your Easter basket and enticing look.
The kid-friendly craft adds to the tempo when most are busy with Easter egg hunting, and at the same time are quick to bring a smile on your little one’s face when he is crying out of pain. Are you all set to display your bunny house members?
Published on August 25th 2016 by Michelle Anderson