Hello bunnies

I have been inspired recently. I made these pom pom bunnies using my craft supplies I already have. It meant I finally used my Clover Pom Pom Makers for the first time, that I have had several years. Yes, I know you can use card, but I wanted the pom pom makers when I first came across them in a craft shop.

If you’d like to make yourself some bunnies, then visit: https://ourlittleredhouseblog.com/2020/03/14/diy-pom-pom-bunnies/ and while you are over at this blog, do take your time to look at other blog posts, as there are some other lovely posts there, including a pom pom chick. (Guess what I am making next later? 😉)

Thank you for the inspiration, Our Little Red House. 🙂

Here are my pom pom bunnies. The brown bunny I made first and just finished my white bunny. I do want to add a pink ribbon bow, around the neck of my white bunny, but I don’t have a long enough piece. I have ordered. But the question is when that will be delivered, due to our current situation.

Brown pom pom bunny

Brown and a white pom pom bunnies


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