These adorable bunnies are easy to make and they’re a fun activity for the Easter weekend

Image: Make an Easter pompom bunny

Follow our step-by-step guide and help the kids make their own Easter bunnies. With soft woollen bodies and little felt ears, these rabbits are as cute as can be.

You will need:


  1. Card cut into 2 large rings (10cm across) and 2 smaller ones (5cm across) – see templates below
  2. Scissors – remember to be careful when using scissors and always be supervised by an adult.
  3. Thick wool yarn
  4. Dental floss
  5. Craft glue
  6. Scraps of felt for ears, eyes and noses in assorted colours
  7. Cotton wool balls


Trace two small and two large rings onto a piece of card and cut out to make one pompom bunny.

Step 1

  • Make one large and one small pompom. Hold the pair of large rings together and wrap the yarn around them until they are covered.
  • Wind the yarn into a long, caterpillar-shape to make passing it through the hole easier.
  • The more yarn you use, the fluffier your bunny will be!

Step 2

  • Snip the yarn at the edges of the two rings with scissors
  • Open the rings and tie a strand of dental floss between them.
  • Gently remove the card rings, fluff up the pompom and trim away any uneven strands
  • Repeat with the two small rings.
  • Stick the two pompoms together with craft glue and leave to dry.

Step 3

  • Cut out two ear shapes from the felt. Fold in half vertically and secure the fold with glue at the base.
  • Stick the ears onto the small pompom with glue.
  • Cut small felt circles for the eyes and nose and glue in place. Tear some cotton off the cotton wool balls, roll into a tail and glue in place.

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