Use the pompom tool to make one large yarn ball and one small one.
Wrap one side of the tool with only grey yarn, and the other side with white and then grey yarn. This will give the rabbit a white belly.
Cut the large yarn ball for the belly, making it nice and even. Shape the small ball for the face into a little point, to make a rabbit nose.
Glue the two yarn balls together and glue two little white pompoms to the front as paws, and one white pompom to the back as a tail.
Cut out two rabbit ears from grey felt and a little nose from pink felt. Glue on.
Last, glue on two little black beads with a flat base to make eyes.
Transform your yarn balls into adorable little woodland creatures! These charming rabbits are a fun and easy Easter craft to make with the children, and they are perfect as Easter decorations. For the rabbit mum, we used the two smallest pompom tool sizes, and for the baby rabbit, we just used the smallest size. Adjust the shape and size of the yarn balls with scissors.