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Easter Craft for Kids: Super Cute Sock Bunnies and Chicks

Easter is here and it's time to celebrate spring with cute baby animals! Here's a fun kids' craft that makes use of all those single socks we end up with after the other one disappears in the dryer!



-Socks -- one kid's sock, one baby sock
-Fabric glue


Step 1:

Stuff both the socks with stuffing.


Step 2:

Tuck in the open end of the sock. Cut a circle from felt that is large enough to cover the open end of the sock. Glue the circle onto the open end of the sock so that the sock will stand up on the flat surface. Repeat for the other sock.


Step 3:

Cut out the facial features, bunny ears, and bunny feet from the felt. Above are the shapes I cut for my bunny and chick faces, but you could also use buttons, googly eyes, or embroidery.


Step 4:

Glue all of the facial features on with fabric glue. Add the ears and feet for the bunny.


This adorable and cuddly duo will look great in an Easter basket or on the dinner table as a festive decoration. Happy Easter!

About the Author

Wendy A. Gardner

Wendy Ann Gardner loves dogs, cats, chickens, and pets of all kind. One day she met a French Bulldog, which inspired her to create the Vicious French Bulldog plush toy, and the Naughty Naughty Pets were born. She formed her company, Scary Stories Inc., and began selling Dig Ivan Dig, Heedley Pecked Me in the Eye, and all the other mischievous characters in her line of unique plush...


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