Mine are made of a piece of drop-cloth that was left over from another project and were embellished a little. This pattern is very simple, give it a try for a fun little project and embellish away.
Wish I knew how to add arrows (pointers) for this little guys picture, until I was showing him to my husband I didn't realize that I had literally created Peter Cottontail. Get it???? The banner name I gave him was Peter and I made his tail from a ball of cotton still in the husk, thus Peter Cottontail. I'd like to say I did that on purpose but I'm just not that sharp.
His crown was made from a paper towel cardboard tube. I ripped pieces of an old book, mod podged them on to the tube after cutting the top into peaks. After the paper was dried I aged the crown a little and then embellished with some Martha Stewart glitter. He was then dressed out with a collar of burlap and an old skate key for his jewelry.
Same process for Miss Charlotte Cottontail.
Miss Charlotte has a Victorian collar with a cute pink heart attached. She also has a real piece of raw cotton for a tail and is sporting a banner of scrabble pieces. Her crown has small stars on the points and she has MS pink glitter to enhance her crown.
So there you have it, two cute little bunnies for spring that were made from scraps around the house using a Pinterest inspired pattern.