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Monday, March 26, 2018

Easter Craft: Slammers Easter Bunny Pouches



Easter Craft: Slammers Easter Bunny Pouches
In today's post, I'll share a trendy craft project that we used for both of our son's classes.  It's a fun, easy, and delicious activity since we transform the Slammers pouches into little bunnies for Easter! (Click here to find a store near you that sells Slammers.)

Supplies
Yield: 25 

  • 25 Slammers pouches
  • 25 cotton balls
  • 25 small pieces of pink felt (approximately 4"x4")
  • 50 stickers for eyes
  • 125 glue dots
  • 25 green pieces of thick paper or foam (for grass)
  • 100 small flower stickers
Directions:
  1. Distribute the supplies to the children.
  2. Cut the felt into shapes for the ears, nose, and mouth.
  3. Use a glue dot to adhere the ears, nose, and mouth to the pouch.
  4. Adhere the stickers for eyes to the pouch
  5. Adhere the grass to the bottom of the bunny.
  6. Add the flower stickers to the grass.
  7. Use a glue dot to adhere the bunny tail to the back of the pouch.
This easy-peasy craft is fantastic for children of various ages. We used it for a class of toddlers and a separate class of 7 year olds. We cut the felt for the toddlers, but the 7 year olds were able to cut the felt on their own. Despite the age gaps, they all loved this project and had fun creating their trendy little bunnies. Even better, they loved their healthy snacks!

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