Today I’m just sharing a simple Easter craft I made last year. Here’s a cute way to decorate your eggs without making a mess with dye, markers, or glue. I put wire Easter bunny ears on my Easter eggs!
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Wire Easter Bunny Ears for Eggs
First, a warning. I didn’t measure anything. This is one of those crafts that I just fiddled around with until it looked right. Sorry for those of you who like exact measurements.
I started by wrapping the wire around the egg a few times, then cutting it with my wire cutters. HINT: Don’t use your jewelry wire cutters for this project! This annealed wire is much harder and will damage your cutters.
I wrapped one end of the wire around the loops to hold the wire in place.
Then I cut 2 shorter pieces of wire. I twisted one end around the wire loops in front and formed an ear shape. You can make these as tall or as fat as you want. Then I twisted the other end around the loops right next to the first connection.
Again, I didn’t measure so I had extra wire. I just cut it off and bent down the ends with my pliers.
Repeat for the second ear.
So… what do you think?
If you enjoyed these wire Easter bunny ears, you might also like these Easter crafts:
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- Easy Easter Inspired Mason Jars
‘Til the next project,