Sunday, April 08, 2012

Easter Bunny Pops

These gorgeous bunny pops were finished just in time for Easter giving.

Based on instructions (with a little twigging) from The Mother Huddle these bunny pops were very easy to put together,  and they are super cute.  I had everything on hand, with the exception of the pops, but a quick trip to the supermarket, netted me a bag of Chupa Chups.  I imagine they are smaller than what is available in the States, but they worked out fine.  I used a small polystyrene ball for the head.  It was very easy to thread the stick of the lollipop through the polystyrene.  It also made it much easier to insert the pipe cleaner ears.

Googley eyes, different sized pom poms, and he is finished.  He even has a little tail on the back.

These little bunny pops are making there way to my nieces and nephews in Tumut, I also made up some kits for them to try and make their own.  Great for the school holidays.

All eight Chupa Chups completed ...

According to Wikipedia, A group of rabbits is known as a colony or a nest.  I think my "colony" is very cute

I hope you all enjoyed your Easter holiday with family and friends



  1. These are just so cute, Judy!!! Will be keeping this idea in mind for next year's Easter activities with my class. Your nieces and nephews are so lucky to have you and your wonderful crafty gifts! Thank you very much by the way for the wonderful surprise in my order - you are very special.

  2. These are so cool, and edible too.......a winning combination........found your link at the link party.

    1. Thank you Lily - you might like to fix your no-reply comment - so that we can reply to your comments - see link here on how to do it

  3. How cute!! I just found you on FAFF and like what I see...will be back to visit again.
    from your latest follower
    @ Bits 'n Bobs