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DIY: 2 Minute Bunny Ears

Here's comes the Easter Bunny! Make your own DIY bunny ears in just minutes with our quick guide below.

Copy: Sarah Dickerson

Photography: Sarah Dickerson

Last Easter I posted a photo of Coco Bean wearing her pink DIY bunny ears whilst she carried a large carrot. I dubbed her ‘The Easter Beany’. Holy cuteness.

Many of you wanted to know how we made the bunny ears, so we’ve put together a quick tutorial for you. Seriously, it really does take two just minutes! It’s the easiest DIY ever, and makes for a great Easter photo.

I’m going to have the ‘Here Comes Peter Beany Cottontail’ song in my head all day now.

Happy Easter, Pretty Fluffies!

DIY Bunny Ears Tutorial

Materials

  • Pastel or White Colored Pipe Cleaners
  • Scissors
  • And Your Pupster!

 

 

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DIY Bunny Ears Tutorial

1. Use a pipe cleaner (more than one if your dog’s head is a bit larger) and mold into a circular shaped headband. Try fitting to your dog and adjusting if necessary. Bend the tips inward to prevent any wire pokes.

2. For each bunny ear, bend a pipe cleaner in half to form an oval shape with a pointed top. Pipe cleaners are very flexible, so feel free to play with the shape! Connect by wrapping the bottom end of the ears around the top of the headband . Do this for both ears, and you’re all set!

Copy: Sarah Dickerson

Photography: Sarah Dickerson

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