Bunnies are known for their ears, but I would argue that the best part of the bunny is the bottom. The giant feet. The fluffy tail. It’s the best.
That’s why, this Easter season, you’re going to make these almost-too-cute-to-handle bunny bottoms and cover your house in them. Put them in a flower pot. Stick one on your computer. Sew them to you shirt.
No. I’m not kidding.
DIY Bunny Bottoms
Step One: Add the Tail
Pick a bunny bottom, and add the tail. Choose a large and small pom pom in coordinating colors. Push aside the strands of the larger pom pom, add a dot of hot glue, and press in the smaller pom pom.
Step Two: Cut Out Feet
Choose a sheet of felt in a color that matches the bunny bottom. Cut out two feet shapes. Using light pink felt, cut out three very small pieces to use as toe pads and a slightly larger circle to use as a heel pad.
Step Three: Glue Feet
Using small dots of hot glue, glue the toe and heel pads to the feet. A pin may help move things into place.
Step Four: Glue Feet to Bottom
Glue the bunny feet to the bunny bottom below the tail.
You’re done. Almost too easy, right?