I have been given a large quantity of face washers for our school fete. The quality is not that good so I don't think they will sell as they are. I have seen at stalls face washers turned into bunny's. Two corners twisted for ears and cotton wool for the tail. (Something like this!) Does anyone know the exact way to make these or are there any other crafty things I can use these face washers for?
Jenny Mc from Sydney Australia
small pom poms
medium pom poms
plastic Easter eggs
Take a regular size washcloth and starting a one corner roll it tight to the center. Then holding it in place, turn the wash cloth over and roll from the opposite corner to the center. Holding it in place fold the rolled up washcloth in half and then in half again the opposite direction forming "bunny ears". Tie a ribbon around the "head" to hold it in place. Glue eyes and small pom pom on head to make face and glue medium pom pom on back to make tail. Fill plastic Easter eggs with candy and insert in the "body" of the bunny. Great for Easter, Halloween, birthdays, and many other occasions.
Here are three websites. If you want to find more, put "washcloth crafts" in instead of face washers. I liked the snowman site myself because it looked the easiest. It also has links to more washcloth crafts near the bottom of the page.
You can make washcloth flowers. They look really cute in a basket with green washcloths to resemble leaves. Fold the washcloths in half and then in half again. Twist and fold down each of the four corners to resemble a flower. Secure with a rubber band. Put a green washcloth or two in a basket with the points out to resemble leaves.
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