DIY a fluffle of Sweet Sock Bunnies!

Can you ever have enough bunny crafts? No, I didn’t think so! This Sweet Sock Bunny by Linda Valentino is cute as can be, and while kids will have a blast making these sock bunnies, I think it’s a pretty fun adult craft, too. I’m picturing these bunnies hopping down the center of the Easter dinner table, or placing one Sweet Sock Bunny at each place setting. Or display a fluffle* of colorful bunnies in a big basket. Let’s hop on to the tutorial.

DIY a Sock Bunny easy craft for kids

To make a Sweet, Sock Bunny, you’ll need:

  • STYROFOAM™ Brand Foam:
    • Egg, 2 7/8” x 3 13/16”
    • Ball, 2”
  • Sock, child’s size (the foot and ankle height should each measure about 5”)
  • Chenille stem in white
  • Felt in white, small scrap
  • Pom poms: ¼” pink, one; ½” white, two; 1” white, one
  • Wiggle eyes, 10mm, two
  • Ribbon, 5/8” wide
  • Small silk flowers, yellow and pink
  • Red chalk or blush
  • Fabric glue
  • Tools needed: Scissors; toothpick; pencil
DIY Sock Bunny easy kids craft

You could make a fluffle of Sock Bunnies in a rainbow of colors!

To make a Sweet, Sock Bunny:

1. Turn sock inside out, and place it on work surface with the heel facing up. Cut down the center from the toe about 3-1/2”, to the beginning of heel. Glue cut ends together forming two ears. After glue dries, turn sock and ears right side out.

2. Make the bunny body:

  • Press the large end of the egg on a tabletop to flatten, so the egg will stand on its own.
  • Glue a 2-1/4” felt circle to the bottom.
  • Dip a toothpick in glue, and insert it hallway in the narrow end of the egg.
  • Add a dab of glue to the other end, and pick and glue the ball to the egg.
  • Press firmly together, and let dry.

3. Bend in half an 8” chenille stem, and insert one half in each ear. Insert bunny body into the sock, and pull the ankle opening down around the bottom of the egg. Glue sock in place at bottom.

  1. Finish decorating the bunny:
  • Tie ribbon around the bunny’s neck, and form a bow.
  • Glue two small flowers to bow.
  • Glue eyes, nose, and cheeks to face.
  • Blush cheeks with chalk.

Like I said, you can’t have enough bunnies this time of year, so check out these Bunny Babies, also made with socks.

DIY Sock Bunny Babies

Bunny Babies

If winter’s left behind a few mismatched gloves, turn them into adorable Glove Bunnies.

DIY Glove Bunny craft for kids

Glove Bunny

DIY this Yarn Bunny with soft, fuzzy yarn, chenille yarn, eyelash yarn, or other yarn you have on hand.

DIY Yarn Bunny Craft for Kids

Yarn Bunny

Here’s another yarn bunny, inspired by Japanese amigurumi.

DIY Amigurumi Yarn Bunny

Amigurumi Yarn Bunny

DIY sock bunny craft

Sneak peek!

*What’s a “fluffle”? It seems too good to be true, but I read that in some regions, a group of bunnies is called a “fluffle”. Don’t you love that? It’s the perfect name for a group of bunnies, and I hope it’s really true. Because I believe in fluffles, I’ve planned another bunny craft for Friday  . . .

Happy crafting!




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29 Responses to DIY a fluffle of Sweet Sock Bunnies!

  1. Robin says:

    These are adorable!

  2. Oh these are so cute and a perfect crafty/creative project for Easter! ❤ Love your blog


  3. These are so sweet! I will have to try.

  4. Cindy deRosier says:

    Oh my gosh – I love it!

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  6. CraftyB says:

    There is something about fuzzy bunnies that is irresistible!! These are the cutest!!

  7. Angie Anderson Dyer says:

    Have you noticed how quickly bunnies multiply? These bunnies are just adorable. The come in all different colors and sizes. It just makes me smile. What a fun craft! Thank you, Sharon!

    • Sharon says:

      You are so right about that! I just saw a bunny in the backyard this a.m., and I bet there will soon be many more! Glad you like these little bunny crafts – thank you! Sharon

  8. Debbie Kaste says:

    They are ALL adorable Sharon, but my favorite has to be the glove bunny.

    • Sharon says:

      Aww, so glad you have a favorite in this fluffle. If you have any mismatched gloves around, you know how you can repurpose them! Happy crafting! Sharon

  9. What cute little sock bunnies

  10. Anne Haun says:

    These are cuter than cute!! Thanks for sharing.

  11. Tabi Bee says:

    Aw cute! ❤ 🙂

  12. Katiria says:

    Fluffle is the cutest possible word for a group of bunnies. It makes me want to be right in the middle of it.

    • Sharon says:

      I know! The name is perfect! (I think bunnies aren’t always as sweet as they look, however. We had a mean one once, and he wouldn’t let you come near! Definitely not a fluffle bunny!) Happy crafting, Katiria. Sharon

  13. These are all totally adorable!! I adore the idea of a group of bunnies being called a fluffle! So apropo! If I am feeling better i might give the first 2 a try this weekend!! TFS!

    • Sharon says:

      I am sorry to hear that you’re not feeling well enough to craft right now. I hope you’re feeling better soon, and ready to create your own little fluffle! Thanks for stopping in Barb. xo, Sharon

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