My daughter wanted to make bunnies, so I checked what we have, and ended up making these:
The ears are made of the handle, I cut it to shape and the kids glued the pink part in them. They also glued the cotton tail, the eyes and the whiskers in place.
Only afterwards it hit me that we should have turned the cups the other way, and fill them with lollies. Next time.
For more simple crafts ideas for toddlers take a look at my index page here.
Oh! I just love those bunnies! 🙂
Sometimes the simplest things are cute 🙂
Reblogged this on Free But Fun! and commented:
I was told this crafts idea needs to be reblogged just before Easter, so here it is. We made another version of it by turning the cup the other way around and offering our kids some sweets from them to mark the start of their Easter break.
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You are a very quick, crafty thinker! You’ll have to reblog this post in the run up to Easter. Especially the bit about filling them with lollies!
They are great 🙂
There are no limits to craft ideas! I love that you have so many simple ideas to make crafts! Turning over for lollies would make good party gifts too.
Exactly! Or perfect when laying the table for a kids party at Easter 🙂 Thanks for the compliment, it just has to be simple with toddlers, but also to have the energy to start something.
They’re brilliant, my son isn’t into crafts much so I’m hoping my daughter will be