Boo Boo Bunny
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Hi, I'm Lee Woodruff at the crafts table with Family Fun. Kids can't avoid everyday bumps and scratches, but the Boo Boo Bunny will help your preschooler or toddler feel a little better a little faster. First, you'll need a washcloth, a rubber band, some washable fabric glue, some googly eyes, and a couple of pom-pons. Lay out the washcloth and roll the two opposite corner diagonally toward the center. Fold the rolled washcloth in half and then fold it in half again, like this. Now, wrap the rubber band around this second fold leaving a little bulge sticking out. This will be the bunny's head. Then you can pull apart the two loose ends to form the bunny's ears. The last step is to give a little life to the bunny. Glue the two googly eyes. Glue the small pom-pon in the middle of the face for the nose, and the big pom-pon on the back of the bunny to make a cotton tail. Place an ice cube in the opening. Now he's ready to soothe those bumps and bruises. You can keep the Boo Boo Bunny in the freezer so he's easy to find at a moment's notice.