Glue four wooden beads as little feet to a divisible card egg, so that the egg half can stand stably. Repeat with the other side of the egg.
Paint the egg halves with yellow Hobbylack. Let dry.
Shape little carrots out of Fimo clay. Harden the clay in the oven according to the instructions on the package.
Cut the hanger for the wooden rabbits. Save a piece of string to glue on later as fringe on the baby bunny. Glue on little wooden beads as front paws. Paint with Hobbylack and let dry. Draw eyes and a mouth with a thin black marker.
Glue a wooden egg with the pointed part down to a piece of aluminium wire to look like a balloon. Paint and attach to the baby bunny’s paw.
Glue little oval slabs of wood to the round part of a wooden egg, to look like the backside of a rabbit with two back paws. Paint the backside of the rabbit. Let dry and glue on a white pompom as a tail.
Make an Easter sign out of lolly sticks, wooden sticks, glue and paint.
Fill the egg halves with moss and arrange the adorable miniatures in and around the eggs.
A tiny miniature world is sure to be charming. Using an ordinary card Easter egg, you can make your own adorable little Easter world with cute rabbits and accessories. Once you have started building your mini land, it will be hard to stop, so simply let your imagination run wild and see where it takes you! Tip: You can blend the Hobbylack with a cream colour to create slightly softer shades.