At Easter time there is nothing more satisfying than getting out your craft supplies to decorate or make the cutest rabbit coloring page or Easter decorations. As there are so many ways to color or fill this rabbit in, this Easter we’re going to mix it up and use colored cotton balls to fill in [...]
At Easter time there is nothing more satisfying than getting out your craft supplies to decorate or make the cutest rabbit coloring page or Easter decorations. As there are so many ways to color or fill this rabbit in, this Easter we’re going to mix it up and use colored cotton balls to fill in the cute rabbit.
Normally in the supermarket or drugstore you can buy packets of colored cotton balls. In a lot of cases the cotton balls come in an assortment of colors ranging from white, pink, blue and even yellow. If you can’t find colored cotton balls for your rabbit coloring page or Easter Decorations, try a dedicated craft store. If you’re out of luck you can always buy white cotton balls and use food coloring to make your own colored cotton balls. I am sure colored cotton balls are readily available in your hometown or city and you can avoid making a mess in the kitchen. Mum or dad will be pleased as food dye can stain clothing, hands and surfaces if you’re not careful.
To make the cutest fully rabbit coloring page or Easter decorations start by downloading this adorable bunny by clicking on the image and saving it to the desktop of your computer. Start by printing the rabbit coloring page in black and white on US Letter sized paper. For this project you’ll need a pair of scissors and some paper or craft glue, to glue down the cotton balls.
As cotton balls are quite big you can cut them in half and glue down the flat side to the rabbit coloring page, so the bunny looks cute and fluffy. Try and keep the cotton inside the lines, and vary the colors, for instance glue pink cotton balls on the pads of the rabbits feet.
Keep gluing down the colored cotton balls until the rabbit coloring page or Easter decorations looks like a cute fluffy bunny. Make sure you keep it stored in a safe place overnight so the glue has time to dry, as you don’t want the cotton to fall off.
When dry you’ll notice that the finished rabbit coloring page or Easter decorations will be heavy and the weight might rip the paper. To prevent this from happening glue a piece of thick card to the back to make it more rigid. By doing this you can have the cutest bunny rabbit or Easter decorations to place on your wall.
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