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Bunny Pencil Stand

Easy Bunny Pencil Stand (Bunny Pencil Holder Craft)

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Bunny Pencil Stand

Today we are making an adorable Bunny Pencil Stand that will make your workstation stand out! This rabbit pencil holder craft for kids is outstanding; very easy to make and super cute. It can be a well-crafted Easter day craft with the inclusion of bunnies!

What You Need:

  • Red, and Black colored sheet
  • White-colored sheet (about 3)
  • Two empty plastic bottles
  • Black marker (optional)
  • Cardboard circle (diameter 17.5 – 18 cm)
  • The red piece of cloth 
  • Cotton
  • Pencil, Scissors, and Glue

Step 1:

Step 1 is to take your white sheet and place your cardboard onto it. Cut a square that can fit the circle into it. Apply glue on one side of the cardboard.

Step 2:

Paste the glued cardboard on the white square and begin cutting lines into the paper like we are doing in the illustration. Now apply glue on each piece of paper that is separated by a line. Look at the figure for reference and a much clear idea.

Step 3:

In step 3, you have to begin pasting the strips on the back of the cardboard so they are forming a perfect outline for the circle. Continue this process for all the strips until you are done. This will be the rabbit’s face.

Step 4:

Next, you have to take your two plastic bottles and cut them off a good length and both of them of the same size. Make sure you have taken two identical bottles. Cut the Bottle to the length that makes your pen visible when you place it in the holder. Also cut a piece of white paper of the size of your cut bottle.

Step 5:

Apply glue on one side of the paper and stick it to the bottle. Roll the bottle into the paper and glue it to the other side as well. Do this for both bottles.

Step 6:

Step 6 is to glue the bottom of the bottle. But before you stick it down, apply glue in the middle of one bottle vertically so both the bottles can join together. Stick both the bottles to the rabbit’s face at the end of the circle (look at the illustration).

Step 7:

For this step, grab your black sheet to make 6 thin strips for the whiskers and two black small circles for the pupil of the eye. In addition to this, from your white sheet, make bigger circles for the rest of the eye. Cut these all out and glue the back pupil to the white eye like done in the picture below.

Step 8:

Take your piece of cotton and roll it into a ball. Wrap it in your red piece of fabric into a puffy ball and tie down a string to keep the cotton in the cloth in its shape. Cut off the waste and your nose for the rabbit if ready!

Step 9:

Now it’s time to make the bunny ears. Cut out two identical ears from white sheet and fold them on the bottom and smaller ones from red sheet. Glue them together as described in the pictures. 

Step 10:

You have the whiskers, eyes, and nose ready so begin pasting them one by one. Paste the eyes, then the nose, and the whiskers.

Step 11:

This is the last step and the easiest one. Just collect the stationary you want to place in this adorable rabbit pencil holder and place it on your table!

Congratulations! You have completed this bunny pencil holder craft for toddlers. This craft is super cute and you will love it!

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