As prescribed by Paulina Constancia
For the second part of our Spring Roll Crafts series, I bring you The POLKA BUNNY. I will show you how to make The Polka Bunny Sticker Activity Kit that children aged 2 to 92 can enjoy. Nobody is ever too young or too old for some sticker fun!
Steps to making “The Polka Bunny Sticker Activity Kit”
Step 1 – Wrap the paper roll with white bond paper. (use tape or glue gun to adhere) Set aside.
Step 2 – Cut out the following from cardboard: paper roll end cover, bunny ears, bunny feet, bunny nose (2 little round shapes on the left of photo above).
Step 3 – Use the checkered and plain papers to cover the cardboard shapes. Note: For bunny nose adhere checkered pink paper to one, then glue whiskers behind that (In my example, I glued an identical sized circle on the other side of the whiskers.)
Step 4- Adhere bunny feet using glue gun.
Step 5- Adhere cover to paper roll using a glue gun. Allow glue to cool. Cut slits on the cover using cutting knife; insert and adhere bunny ears using glue gun.
Step 6 –(Optional)- You can include a pre-drawn bunny smile in your kit. Using a black permanent marker, draw a bunny smile on the same type of paper you used to wrap the roll and put 2 sided tape on the back to turn it into a sticker.
(Kids can either stick it to bunny or use it as a guide to draw freehand)
The Polka Bunny Sticker Activity Kit
*Note: First four components should have double sided tape on the back.
Here’s my suggested warm-up activity for your class:
This Is The Way The Bunny Hops (& kids can sing & dance along)
Check out my Polka Bunny sample…