DIY Woodland Critter Ears

Woodland Critter Ears DIY

I had a ball of fun making these adorable animal ears and even more fun using them.

Create: Bunny ears, fox ears, deer ears and mouse ears! PS – they’re not just for little ones either – but we won’t tell.

DIY Woodland Critter Ears

WHAT YOU NEED:

4 plastic headbands
felt squares in desired colours
hot glue gun
tape
scissors
pattern

MAKE:

Print out the ears pattern and cut out each of the shapes.

Lay pattern pieces onto felt and tape down to make the pieces easier to cut.

Cut each of the pieces in the desired colours.

RABBIT EARS:

bunny1

Colours used: white outer ear and pink for inner ear. Use some hot glue to glue the pink inner ear onto the white ear. Put a small dot of hot glue onto the headband and wrap the bottom of the ear around the headband from front to back. Use a bit of glue to seal the edge.

DEER EARS:

deer1

Colours used: tan for outer ear and cream for inner ear. Use some hot glue to glue the cream inner ear onto the tan ear. Put a small dot of hot glue onto the headband and wrap the bottom of the ear around the headband from front to back. Use a bit of glue to seal the edge.

FOX EARS:

fox1

Colours used: burgundy for outer ear, brown for ear tip and white for inner ear. Use some hot glue to glue the white inner ear and brown ear tip onto the burgundy ear. Put a small dot of hot glue onto the headband and wrap the bottom of the ear around the headband from front to back. Use a bit of glue to seal the edge.

MOUSE EARS:

mouse1

Colours used: grey for outer ear, pink for inner ear. Use some hot glue to glue the pink inner ear onto the grey ear. Put a small dot of hot glue onto the headband and wrap the bottom of the ear around the headband from front to back. Use a bit of glue to seal the edge.

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