The Martha Stewart Show, April 2007
Print Bunny How-To PDF to follow along with when creating the pom-pom bunnies. Make two separate pom-poms of equal size by winding yarn around two fingers. Tie pom-pom tightly in middle with waxed thread.
Use scissors to clip loops and create frayed ends. Trim a larger pom-pom into an oval for the body. Trim a smaller pom-pom to create a head.
Cut ears out of felt. Fold and glue the bottom of each ear to give it dimension, and hold into place with a hemostat until dry.
Glue ears into the head with felt glue.
Glue bead eyes into place.
String pink embroidery floss through the space where the nose should be. Trim.
Knot a double-threaded needle with heavy thread; pull through and clip long for whiskers.
Open a space in the body for the arms and legs made of chenille stems. Glue chenille stem into pom-pom body.
Fold chenille stem in half so cut end gets hidden inside the pom-pom for both the arms and legs. Fold legs vertically, and arms horizontally. For the legs, fold them so the bunny becomes the desired height.
Glue head onto body.
To make the bunny's skirt, cut the circular bottoms of two paper cupcake liners with pinking sheers.
Glue the two pieces together at the waist.
Tie a bow around bunny's neck using ribbon.
With glue, tack the skirt onto the bunny on the front, back, and under each arm. Dab small dots of glue around the top of the skirt and attach.
Bend the bunny's arms. Glue on vintage flowers for decoration.
To create a base, paint a small circle of wood off-white. Trace the circle on pink paper.
Cut just inside line with pinking sheers and glue onto the wooden base.
Bend the bunny's feet at the ankle. Glue feet onto the wooden base.