Brussel Sprout Bunny
Written by: Michele Herrod
[Michele is an art educator from Sonoma California. ]
Children will use brussel sprouts to make an Easter bunny.
What You Need:
- Small clay pot
- Tightly closed brussel sprout
- Mini poms pink or white
- Floral Wire 2 4inch pieces
- Moveable eyes
- Easter Grass
- 12" of ribbon 1" to 1 1/2 wide
- Misc small silk flowers
What You Do:
- Ears - Take your floral wire. Place the center of the wire between your index finger and thumb. Pull the ends of the wire together and twist 2 or 3 times. Should look like a funny loop. This is the frame for the ear.
- Take your ribbon and lay it wrong side up. Using tacky glue, glue the wire to the ribbon. Glue the ribbon around the wire, starting and stopping above the twisted wire. Let Dry.
- After drying trim off the extra ribbon. Be careful not to expose the wire.
- When finished push the wire ears into a brussel sprout.
- Add eyes and a mini pom for nose.
- Take your clay pot and glue in your easter grass.
- Glue your brussel bunny into the grass.
- To finish off you can add mini flowers around the bunny or small jelly beans.
- These bunnies last for about 2-4 weeks.
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