A bunny costume for my imaginative kiddo.
Milo loves to pretend to be different characters and animals. As soon as Valentine's Day was over he was asking for his bunny ears. A few days later I did get them out for him, you can find the same ears at Target or Michael's. Sitting on my sewing table was a skein of yarn I used for decorating Christmas presents and knew it would make a fabulously fluffy bunny tail.
The yarn line is called Buttercup by Red Heart. It comes in several baby colors. I found it at Jo-Ann's and used a coupon to make it more cost effective for crafting.
Pom-poms are pretty easy to make, here's a tutorial for making pom-poms if you have never made one. I made my pom-pom about 4 inches across. If you use this same yarn I did you will need to find a stronger string to tie the center knot tightly. Remember to leave the tails long so you can attach the mitten clip with a simple knot.
If one has a tail and ears, a bunny face t-shirt is a must! I used a black fabric marker to draw a simple bunny face. After the face was drawn a quick heat set with an iron and it was finished in about 5 minutes.
My little Easter Bunny is ready for some Easter Egg fun. He loves to hide them for me to find, he's getting pretty creative with hiding spots too. Only 4 more weeks before the big day...
Tip: make sure you remove the bunny tail from jeans before washing. The original tail made it's way into the washing machine. It ended up full of lint and the yarn matted a little bit.