Easter rabbit ears | Easter bunny ears, Easter bunny crafts
Once the craftsman has finished his work on the rabbit ear model, it’s time to take the next step in this project. The next step is to apply the rabbit ear pattern. Take a sharp knife and start cutting the rabbit ears. When the ears are finished, take a ruler and mark where the ears should be glued.
Then glue the ears using one of the pattern pieces and place them on the rabbit’s head. Carefully glue the ears to the rabbit. This step is very important to ensure that the ears fit properly and do not move during installation. Next, prepare the holes for the bumps and ear putty. Once these are prepared, put the template on the rabbit and stick it.
Place the ear studs inside the model and glue them. Make sure to put putty around the template to ensure the ears fit properly. Now that all the holes have been prepared, remove the ears from the rabbit’s head and glue them to the template of the ears. Once the ears are glued, place the head back on the rabbit and cut the remaining hair from the rabbit’s head. Apply glue to the bottom of the ears, put the ears back in the rabbit and cut the remaining hair.
Put the ear back on the rabbit and seal it with adhesive. After applying the glue, allow the glue to dry and cut off any excess bumps on the ears before replacing them on the rabbit.
Put the ear back on the rabbit and cut the remaining hair from the ear. You have finished. If there is glue left, cut off the ears and apply glue on top of the ears, gently place the ear back on the rabbit and close it.
Then apply a layer of transparent glue on the ears and let it dry. Put the ears back on the rabbit and trim the remaining hair from the ears. Put the ear back on the rabbit and cut the remaining hair from the ears.
Trim excess hair from the ears. When all the work is finished, apply the transparent glue to the bottom of the ears and let the ears dry before putting them back on the rabbit. …