DIY Easter: Chick in pot #6

23 Responses

  1. Margreet says:

    What a cute chick! I would like to make them tomorrow with my class. Can you let me know what sizes of cardboard you used? I cannot achieve a good relationship between the inner and outer circle. And not between the large and small circles.

  2. Melanie says:

    Thank you for the nice idea. I still had a glass jar, as well as two small Easter bunnies and a chick. At the bottom of the pot, add some real sheep's wool, put the bunny and chick on top, and put some Easter eggs around it, and you're done!

  3. Oh so cute! Really really nice!

  4. Bente says:

    What a cute chick! And I've done a lot of making those pompoms in the past... Nice idea for Easter 🙂

  5. How super cute! Very successful!

  6. Nathalie says:

    Omg super cute!

  7. Northflix says:

    How incredibly cute! Very nice 🙂

  8. Anita | Mindjoy says:

    I remain a fan of your pompom creations

  9. Lies says:

    That looks so nice! I also got one of those pompom makers a while ago. Very handy, but the pompoms do indeed become less sturdy. That's why I always try to wrap as much wire as possible around them so that they are still a little stronger.

  10. kim says:

    Oh what a cutie!

  11. Jenn says:

    Oh, I used to make buns like that a lot! Nice 🙂

  12. Xaviera says:

    What a nice result! That chick looks very sweet. Nice for Easter!

  13. Jos en Connie says:

    Hi Els. Looks very cozy! Enjoy it every day. 😉

  1. March 24, 2015

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