DIY Pom Pom Bunnies

Still in the Easter DIY theme, today’s DIY is something you can do whilst trying to relax. The monotonous threading of the wool is extremely calming so maybe I should create a few more DIY’s that involve this threading step.
For today’s DIY I have made cute Pom Pom Bunnies

What you will need to make 2 bunnies:

  • 3 balls of thick grey yarn
  • 3 balls of thick white yarn
  • thin hard plastic sheets
  • scissors
  • hot glue gun
  • felt to match the colour of the yarn
  • black beads
  • fishing line
  • cotton balls
How to create a DIY Pom Pom Bunny
Step 1
Start by cutting out 4 donuts shape from the thin hard plastic sheets, two should be large for the bodies and two should be small for the heads. Then begin winding the donut shapes with the thick grey or white yarn depending on what colour bunny you want.

Step 2
Once the donut shapes are completely wrapped with yarn cut the sides of the wrapped yarn so it frays open, tie a tight knot around the frayed yarn, then use the scissors to cut the plastic donuts off the yarn and continue to fluff the yarn so it forms a ball.

Step 3

Cut the fishing line into small pieces around 5cm depending on the size of your bunny, then tie the fishing line through the buttons holes and knot them around so they are firmly in place.

Step 4
Cut small ear shapes out of the felt and glue to the top of the small yarn ball to create the ears for the bunny.
Step 4
Glue the button and black beads onto the smaller yarn ball to create the bunnies face, then glue the small yarn ball to the larger yarn ball.

I hope you give this DIY a go I found it incredibly relaxing and super duper easy to make.
What did you think of my DIY  Pom Pom Bunnie
Will you try to create me bunnies?


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