craft knifeor can use pointy end of scissors, grown ups should help
Turn the paper plates upside down and paint brown or color with brown marker. Let dry.
Cut one paper plate in half, then trim off an additional inch from the straight cut edge.
Using the pattern as a guide, cut out 2 ears and 1 of all the other pattern pieces. Use the natural curve of the paper plates when cutting out each piece. Save the scrap pieces for another project or discard.
Position the back leg over the bottom right side of the body. Holding the two pieces together, poke the tip of a pen through the plates then insert a paper fastener. Repeat this step with the front leg as well.
Attach the head to the back of the body using tape. Attach the ears to the back of the head using tape.
Glue cotton ball on as tail and the pink pom-pom on as the nose. Attach the wiggle eye using white glue as well.
This project for Paper Plate Rabbit was printed from CraftsbyAmanda.com - https://craftsbyamanda.com/paper-plate-rabbit-craft/ and can only be printed for education or personal use.