• Canvas material
  • Cardboard
  • Hot glue gun
  • White glue
  • Black permanent marker
  • Black embroidery thread
  • Quilting batting
  • Small rose flowers
  • Mop string
  • Colored paper (same color as flower used)
  • Pin backing


  1. Start by cutting out the bunny head pattern shape from cardboard to use as the base of your pin.
  2. Cut one bunny head slightly bigger than the pattern for the front and one the same size for the back out of canvas.
  3. Cut a bunny head shape out of quilting batting and glue it to the cardboard base headpiece.
  4. Glue the front piece of canvas to the cardboard, overlapping slightly with the back. (If you cut small slits in the overlapped headpiece, it will wrap nicely when glued on.) Then glue on the back piece of canvas to finish up the look. Now you have a puffy head shape!
  5. Using the ear pattern, cut out a set of ears from canvas and pinch them in the center. Then glue them in place.
  6. Take two strands of black thread and apply a small amount of white glue all over. Allow the thread to dry until it becomes stiff.
  7. When it’s dry, glue the thread in the center of the head as whiskers. Cut a small heart-shaped nose from paper and glue it on top. Draw on eyes and a small mouth with the black marker.
  8. Take a small piece of mop string and tie it into a bow. Glue it to the bottom of the pin. Add a small rose to the top of the head and finally, glue on the pin backing. You now have a very Easter Parade-looking bunny pin!