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Home Crafts April 2009 Cotton Ball Rabbit - April 6, 2009 - Quick and Easy Daily Crafts for Kids
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Cotton Ball Rabbit
Draw and cut out a rabbit shape from cardboard. Cover the ears with pieces of pink felt. Outline them with glue and cotton balls. Spread glue over the rest of the rabbit, and completely cover it with cotton balls. From felt, cut out and glue on eyes, a nose and a bow tie. Glue buttons onto the body. Glue on black yarn for the mouth. Attach a short string to the top of the rabbit for a hanger.

 

 

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Cotton Ball Rabbit - April 6, 2009 - Quick and Easy Daily Crafts for Kids
Monday, 06 April 2009
Cotton Ball Rabbit Draw and cut out a rabbit shape from cardboard. Cover the ears with pieces of pink felt. Outline them with glue and cotton balls....

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