Easter Bunny With Pompoms

My daughters have been asking to make pompoms for a long time. First we tried the fork method, it is quite good for small pompoms but not for bigger ones. Anyway, I was a bit reluctant at first to make some without a purpose, as they would finish everywhere in the house so we agreed to think of something we could use them for.

As Easter was approaching and they love bunnies (my computer is loaded with tons of bunnies images they ask me to save), we decided to make a picture. We could use some scrap wood I still have, a cute image and the tail would be a pompom. Isn’t it a great idea? It was great also because I am part of a Hoppy Easter Blog Hop with some other talented and crafty ladies.
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If you like the idea and decide to make your own, here’s the list of materials you will need. This post content some affiliate links for your convenience. Click here to read my complete disclosure policy.

Materials Needed to Make a Bunny Pompom Picture 

· Wood. It can be a piece of scrap wood from left over projects.
· Bunny image. You can find multiples images online, I found mine here.
· Scissors to cut the image
· ModPodge
· Pompom maker
· Varnish
· Yarn
· Hot glue gun

The first thing was choosing the wood and this little piece that was part of the “monster” would work great.

Then we took the smallest pompom maker and some yarn.


It is so easy any kid can do it! Just wrap the yarn around the two pieces; the more amount of yarn the fluffy it will be. Do it on both sides.


Cut the yarn with scissors, and tie it in the middle.


We glued the image to the wood with ModPodge and when it dried we sealed it with some varnish we had on hand. You can use ModPodge to protect it too. Then I added the pompom with the hot glue gun, and it was done!


As you can see, we’ve had pompom fever!!


Now tell me, are you in love with pompoms too?

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Bunny Picture With Pompoms

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  1. Katrin says:

    Pili, omg, this is the cutest bunny and that pom pom is a great add on! My girls will love to make something like this, we are bunny lovers, lol! I’ve tried pom poms the other day, but with cardboard, I didn’t have a fancy pom pom maker like you! 😉

    • Pili says:

      Katrin, we are bunny lovers too, so now they enjoy it in their room. Also we are plannings some other uses for the pom pom maker…

  2. Mary-the boondocks blog says:

    This is just too, too adorable!! Your girls must be so happy that they get to make pompoms! Mine are at the age where they don’t care about things like that, they just want to listen to weird music. Enjoy the sweetness and innocence that is now. And enjoy the bunny phase!

  3. Laurie says:

    This is totally adorable Pili! Thank you for sharing your project with us at Snickerdoodle Sunday. I love it. Pinning and tweeting to share.

  4. Megin says:

    I love this! I’m slightly obsessed with Pom Poms right now. And Bunnies? I. Can’t. Even.
    Thank you for sharing this week at Brag About It link party on VMG206 (Mondays at Midnight).
    ~ Megin of VMG206

  5. Life Loving says:

    Such a good idea. The picture is super cute without adding the pom pom. Now he has an even cuter pom pom tale. Wonderful.

    Sally @ Life Loving

  6. Domenica says:

    Thanks for sharing over at the DIY Crush Craft Party. I’ve never seen one of those pompom tools before! We’ve added this to our Pinterest board. Don’t forget to stop by on Thursday to add your tutorials to our next craft party!

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