Wash rag bunnies

When I was a little girl, we would always go to my Grandma's house on Easter morning, and she would make a little wash rag bunny for all the grand kids!

Now that we are all grown and don't gather at my Grandma's house for Easter, everyone has started to come here for Easter dinner....so I thought it would be fun to give all the kids one of these cute wash rag bunnies for old time sake!

Just lay your cloth down....like so....

Next, start rolling at a diagonal to the middle

Then roll the other side to meet in the middle

Then take it in your hand and fold in half

Then take the part end that will be the ears and fold it back

Then I take it in one hand and hold it tight so I can fit the ribbon around the head

Then take your ribbon, or tulle, and tie it around what will be your head

This is what it should look like...if you can follow my directions!

Then add your eyes and nose

And if you want a tail too!

They really are super easy and very inexpensive to make!

Oh, and you can stick an Easter egg full of candy in the body part to make it extra fun for the kids!!!!


  1. These are absolutely adorable!!!! I am going to Walmart on my way home tonight to get some wash rags! Thanks for sharing!

    Susie at Puddle Jumper Creations

  2. Trina I did a lot of these a few years back for the Spring Craft Sale where I worked. I know them as boo boo bunnies. And here is the poem that goes with them...

    If a boo boo has you feeling crummy,
    Stick an ice cube in my tummy.
    Hold it to your boo boo tight,
    Soon everything will be all right!

    I sold a lot of them to the Grandmas at the Center for the grandkids boo boos when they are grandma house.

    They are adorable made up for Easter and I do love the idea of sticking a candy or two in them too.

  3. Aww, how cute! Thanbks for linking up last week! (Sorry so late)! :)


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