Plain Glass Block to Glowing Bunny

4 Materials
10 Minutes
Creating a seasonal look in your home doesn't have to be hard. Just a few simple items put together can create ambiance in your home. This project is easy, great for decorations, party craft, or a gift.

You will need:

Glass Block - (mine came from Walmart, but you can find them online, craft stores, or hardware stores.)
A strand of white (Dollar Tree)
Contact Paper &/or wax paper/parchment paper
White pipe cleaners (Dollar Tree)
Google Eyes (Dollar Tree)
Pom Pom (Dollar Tree)
Bunny headband Ears (Dollar Tree)
Measure your contact paper on your block. Cut out a square shape that fits your glass block and place on your block.
Crafting blocks come with a hole in them. Place your strand of lights in the glass block. If you'd rather, you can use battery operated lights.
Cut your pipe cleaner at roughly 2/3. Fold the longer end in 1/2.
Hot glue on the pipe cleaners, the folded one is the wider "V" shape and the short piece goes in the middle of the "V" for whiskers. Glue on the eyes and nose.
Use a marker to draw on the mouth.
Place the ears in the hole on top. You could cut the ears off the head band and glue them onto the glass block.
I didn't like the way I could still see the head band and lights through the block, so I cut a piece of wax paper to put inside against the front piece of glass to hide them more. You could use parchment paper if you'd rather.
Plug/turn your lights on and you're done.
We use our bunny as a night light in our bathroom.
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Suggested materials:

  • Glass block
  • Eyes, nose, pipecleaners
  • Lights
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