Turn Your Child’s Face into a Funny Bunny Frame

Looking for a little last-minute Easter fun? Your little bunnies will think these frames are funny! Alter some mini dollar store frames into silly frames using a few simple items  you probably already have on hand. I used dollar store frames (6 for $1 in the wedding section) but you can easily use recycled cardboard or a piece of cardstock to make your own frame.

Supplies for Bunny Face Frame:

  • Mini frame (or cut one out of cardboard, or cardstock)
  • Craft foam or felt for the ears and teeth
  • Pom-poms
  • Craft glue
  • A full-face photo of your little silly

To make the ears: Cut a square of felt, fold it in half and cut 2 ear shapes at the same time. Do the same (but a bit smaller) for the pink inner-ear part.

Leave a bit of space at the bottom of the ears so you can attach them to the back of the frame.

To make the nose: Cut a little triangle-ish shape of felt to glue the three pom-poms on. Cut a square for the teeth and glue to the bottom of the frame, then glue the pom-pom triangle to the frame, allowing it to float into the open space of the frame. This way, you don’t have to glue the pom-poms directly to the photo in the frame.

Heather Mann is a regular contributor at Make and Takes. She’s is the mother of three boys, ages 3,  2, and baby. She publishes Dollar Store Crafts, a daily blog devoted to hip crafting at dollar store prices, CROQ Zine, a print magazine devoted to crafting and indie business, and also CraftFail, a community blog that encourages crafters to share their not-so-successful craft attempts.


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  2. I love this bunny face! And I love Ashley’s idea for the saying “some bunny loves you”!! So cute for a Grandma!

  3. What a fun idea! At my son’s preschool, his teacher came up with a similar idea. She made bunny ears for the children to wear. She took a photo of each child in the “ears” and put the photo in a frame that the kids made that said, “Some Bunny Loves You!”

    Happy Easter!

    Ashley, with CWDkids

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