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Become the Easter bunny with our fluffy mask


Have a Hoppy Easter with our easy to make fluffy bunny mask!

It's perfect for your Easter egg hunt...or why not take up our exclusive member offer of 10% off tickets to Alice in Wonderland at the New Theatre Royal in Lincoln - you could wear your mask to this family, laugh out loud Easter pantomime and pretend to be the white rabbit helping Alice down the rabbit hole! Find more details of this offer by signing in here.

What you'll need:

  • White card - A3 size is ideal as it'll mean you have big. long ears!
  • Pink card - A4 size
  • Cotton wool
  • Scissors
  • Glue - preferably white or clear coloured
  • Elastic or string to hold the mask on your head

What to do:

  1. Cut out your mask from the white card in the shape shown on the picture - remember to cut out two eye holes!
  2. Cut out two ear shapes from the pink card - make sure they are slightly smaller than your white ears.
  3. Stick your pink ears on top of your white ears
  4. Cover the rest of the white parts of your mask with glue
  5. Stick balls of cotton wool around the edges of the ears and round the eyes and then leave to dry
  6. Make a little hole at the sides of the eye holes and thread your string/elastic through this and tie round the back of your head

We've got lots more activities like this on our website.

Do you know anyone ages 15 and under? They can apply to be a junior member! With free fruit and birthday treats, there's lots of great benefits and - it's free!


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