In keeping with the Easter theme, I decided to help Logan transform a tissue box into Peter Cottontail!
First, paint your box white. Of course, you could paint yours any color you desire for your rabbit.
Just a tip, don't leave the tissue box outside to "dry" on a windy day. Our rabbit collected all sorts of undesirable objects on his backside. We had to fix him up by gluing on white paper.
Let your rabbit dry.
Create the bunny's face, ears, and feet. You will need 2 circles for the face and ears. I used white craft foam. Paper should work equally well. Another idea would be to use two small white paper plates.
You will also need pink for the inside of the ears (or you can just color the inside of the ear pink).
You will need 2 pink rectangles for the whiskers and a pink heart shape for the nose.
Add eyes and a mouth.
Glue the bunny's face above the tissue box opening.
For the bunny's feet, you will need to make a shape similar to a boomerang.
Teach Preschool for the tip on making Easter grass out of construction paper.
Put the easter grass in the opening. Add some eggs if you desire.
Go check out other uses for a common tissue box at the Tissue Box challenge.
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