Paint the Beads
Blend your any color acrylic paint with a small craft brush until smooth and watery. Now use the coated brush to paint the two wooden beads from all sides. Leave the coated beads to dry completely. Apply second coat of the acrylic paint – if required.
String the Colored Beads
Once dried, slide two pipe cleaners of the matching color through the holes of the beads.
Turn the Bunny
Now twist the bunny so that the medium-sized bead is on the top of the large one, serving as its head.
Twist Pipe Cleaner’s Ends
Twirl the ends of the pipe cleaner into perfect oval loops and adjust them to look like bunny’s ears and feet.
Finalize Bunny’s Face
It is the time to draw Easter bunny’s face. Use a permanent marker to draw two perfect eyes and an upside-down triangle for a nose. Draw whiskers on the medium-sized wooden bead.
Handmade Easter Bunny is incomplete without its cute tail. Attach a small pom-pom onto the back of the large wooden bead to form a nice tail, using a good quality craft glue or adhesive. Pom-poms are easily available in the craft stores, but you can make your own one as well.