Bunny Ears!

Happy Easter from Sebastian and his NEW friend Brighette!!


Sebastian and Brighette teamed up to bring you two super cute tutorials on bunny ears!!
Click here for  Brighette's Bunny Ear Tutorial



Sebastian's Bunny Ear Tutorial 
(both small and big dogs!!!):


Materials:
Chenille stems, fabri-tac glue, super cute fabric, fur, and a camera!


Take one stem (or two for big dogs) and wrap it around dog's head.  It should be snug.  Twist it in place and make sure the wires are facing away from your dog at all times! 


Fold two stems in half for the ears (make longer for bigger dogs by twisting two stems together and then folding in half).


Then twist the ends around the head piece and cut off any extra wire.


Trace the ears on the main peace of fabric and add a quarter inch all the way around (including the bottom) to allow a 1/4 inch inseam.


Cut out and trace two more pieces.  You'll need a total of 4 pieces to cover the front and back.  Then sew  them right sides together leaving the bottoms open.


Slip them onto each bunny ear and then adjust stems inside to your liking.


 Glue the bottom of the fabric ear to the head piece to hold it in place.  Lightly glue on a small piece of fabric in the middle of each ear (see white portion below). 
Then hide all the unattractive sightings by gluing a strip of fur on top!


Just like this:


Here is Sebastian's big sister taking a break from her rawhide to model the finished product!


She loves it!!!


Does anything say "Happy Easter" more than a good pair of bunny ears?


Happy Easter everypawdy!!!!

XOXOXOXO,
Erika and Sebastian
&
Sylvette and Brighette
TheDoggieHousePR.blogspot.com

13 comments:

The Doggie House said...

Brighette and I love to make this bunny ears and she is very happy to have a new friend.

Thanks Erica

This was very cool proyect!

Sam said...

Oh cute! I'm going to have to try this!

Sam

Carrie, with Tanner and Oliver said...

Your version looks ever so much more comfortable for our canine companions than the ones we find in the store for kids. Thanks for sharing.

Cooper and Lola said...

Very cute post.. I see that Sebastian is a famous pup. His picture is in April addition of Fido..very cute.

pugtails.net said...

Thanks, I see me wearing bunny ears in the very near future.
Licks,
Sabrina

Stacy and Ellie said...

Oh my goodness, how cute is that!

Alexis AKA MOM said...

That is too adorable. I may have to wait until my pups bigger he would just chew it up.

Kristin G. said...

Very cute!! Great idea. Thanks for sharing. :)

lillij said...

I may have to try this. I have fabric and pipe cleaners and... what's that Opie... Oh I used to have fabric and pipe cleaners.

Great idea thanks for sharing.

Just hopping by.

Your pal, Opie and Opie's mom

Lori @ According to Gus said...

I LOVE your ideas and tutorials. I finally got my sewing machine out a couple of weeks ago and I think some bunny ears are in my future - Gus will be thrilled. ;)

Rudy - The dog with a blog said...

How cute! Thanks for sharing :)

Rudy's Raiser

Debby and Kirby the Dorkie said...

Kirby said "I DO NOT WEAR BUNNY EARS!" Oh well.

We already love your blog so its ok :) And you already know how much we love the tie and collar info!

Stopping by from Meet and Greet Party!

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