How to Make a Wash Cloth Bunny

How to Make a Wash Cloth Bunny

Welcome to Smart School House! In celebration of all things spring and Easter, today I’m going to show you how to make a Wash Cloth Bunny! These are also known as boo boo bunnies and you can put ice cubes in them to help soothe a child’s boo boo (so cute!). They are easy, quick, and inexpensive to make.

How to make Wash Cloth Bunnies - great for Easter! They are also called boo boo bunnies and you can put ice cubes in them to help soothe boo boos!

To make a wash cloth bunny or a boo boo bunny, you will need the following supplies:
I got everything for Walmart

  • Wash cloth (any size, they just need to be square in shape)
  • Hair tie or rubber band
  • Ribbon
  • Optional: googly eyes, and pom poms for the tail & nose
  • Glue or hot glue (if you want to attach eyes, tail, and nose)

How to make Wash Cloth Bunnies - great for Easter! They are also called boo boo bunnies and you can put ice cubes in them to help soothe boo boos!

Since spring is approaching, Walmart had cute pastel colored wash cloths for just about a dollar each. So perfect! Consider checking the dollar store too.

Watch how to make a Wash Cloth Bunny:

Directions:

  1. Place the wash cloth in a diamond shape in front of you. Tightly roll up one corner to the center
    How to make wash cloth bunnies. Also called boo boo bunnies. Good baby shower idea too!
  2. Roll the opposite corner up to the center
    How to make wash cloth bunnies. Also called boo boo bunnies. Good baby shower idea too!
  3. Make sure the creases meet evenly. Place an ice cube in the center of this crease if you’re making a boo boo bunny:
    How to make wash cloth bunnies. Also called boo boo bunnies. Good baby shower idea too!
  4. Bend the rolled up wash cloth in half and then place one “ear” in front of the other
    How to make wash cloth bunnies. Also called boo boo bunnies. Good baby shower idea too!
  5. Gather the front of the wash cloth tightly and wrap a hair tie or rubber band around it. This forms the bunny’s face. 
    How to make wash cloth bunnies. Also called boo boo bunnies. Good baby shower idea too!
  6. Wrap ribbon around the hair tie or rubber band to conceal it. Add a cotton bunny tail with a pom pom
    How to make wash cloth bunnies. Also called boo boo bunnies. Good baby shower idea too!
  7. Glue on the eyes and nose (I use hot glue)
    How to make wash cloth bunnies. Also called boo boo bunnies. Good baby shower idea too!

In a matter of minutes you’ve created an ADORABLE wash cloth bunny!

How to make Wash Cloth Bunnies - great for Easter! They are also called boo boo bunnies and you can put ice cubes in them to help soothe boo boos!

Give them as gifts, decorate them, or play with them during spring. 

How to make Wash Cloth Bunnies - great for Easter! They are also called boo boo bunnies and you can put ice cubes in them to help soothe boo boos! Good baby shower idea too.

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Comments

  1. I’m going to make these for my daughter’s Easter baskets this year. I’m always looking for non-candy options to put in there that don’t cost a fortune! They eat enough candy….right?!? Eeekk. Even I (not to crafty here) can make these and I like how I can buy everything cheaply either at Walmart or a dollar stores, places I shop anyhow =)

  2. Hello,
    I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE your “wash cloth Easter bunnies”, however, I am having a heck of a time trying to find the wash cloths. Any help would be so much appreciated.
    Thank you again for the tutorial,
    Lisa

  3. Great idea. So cute and easy.

  4. Virginia says:

    a graeat project for the kids to make I just love it Thank you for sharing