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Amigurumi Bunny | Crochet Bunny Pattern

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Amigurumi Bunny Pattern

This is a project that I have been meaning to put up on the blog for over a month!  It is my daughter’s very favorite project that I have ever done for her and she carries it around everywhere!  This Amigurumi Bunny was surprisingly easy to do, and I had it done in about 2 hours.  Not bad!  This is the perfect thing to make for your little ones to add to their Easter basket this coming Sunday and I can guarantee that they will think you are so cool for making it.

I purchased the pattern from a shop on Etsy called Winter White Knits.  If you can do a single crochet and a slip stitch, then you can do this pattern for sure.  I decided to do the bunny without the sweater and then added a little bow to the ear just because it is so dang cute.  The bow was really easy too!  I made it using a modified version of my crochet bow pattern.  I started by only chaining 20 and then followed the pattern without worrying about the amount of stitches.

Crochet Bunny

Isn’t that little bunny bum the cutest?!  What do you think?  Have you ever attempted amigurumi before?  This was my first time, and definitely not my last!  I am hooked now and keep looking for the perfect pattern to try for my next one.

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Wooden Bunny | Wood Connection

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wooden bunny decoration

Today I am going to show you how I finished this fun bunny silhouette kit that you can pick up at The Wood Connection.  We became bunny lovers at my house the day we decided to get one as a pet.  As soon as I saw this cute wooden bunny kit, I knew that it just needed to come home with me!  (If you want more info on the Easter sign in the picture, you can check out this Easter Egg sign tutorial post.)

Wooden Bunny tutorial

I began by using mod podge on the wood pieces to create some texture.  To get it to work right, just use a sponge brush and mod podge and leave little mountains of the mod podge all over the wood.  You don’t need full coverage, just enough to make some texture.

Wood bunny decor

Let the mod podge dry for at least an hour.  After it is completely dry, use a dark brown paint and paint the bunny and base with one coat.  After that has dried, you’ll use the white paint and paint at least two coats.  Make sure you have full coverage.  Once the paint has dried, use some sandpaper on the edges of the bunny as well as on the textured parts of the bunny and base.  This will take off the white paint leaving the brown to show through.

bunny decoration

Next, I used the yellow paint on the stick and then added some ribbon to the base to add a little extra cuteness.  That’s it!  Now just set it on your shelf and enjoy!  It is such a fun and cute decoration that you are sure to love!

Bunny decor

 

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