Day 216 – Milk Jug Bunny Basket

Don’t you hate when you pin something, only to click the link that takes you nowhere?

It is your lucky day because I am going to create a tutorial so you can make your very own Milk Jug Bunny Basket. (Cheers at this point are appropriate)
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1. Wash out your milk jug. No one wants their Easter candy to smell like sour milk.

2. Freehand draw some ears on the opposite side of the handle. I had mine go as tall as I could until the jug started to bend toward the spout. You can tell from my picture that I struggled to get the second ear the right size. That’s where step 4 comes in.
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3. Cut out the ears and head. The best way I can describe the other cutting is to look at the picture. You still want the handle to be intact.

4. I used nail polish remover to wipe off the permanent marker. This was not completely perfect, so if you really don’t want there to be any trace of black marker, then I don’t recommend you use permanent ink.
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5. Attach a nose (I used a button) and google eyes. Then draw on some whiskers. You could also add a cotton tail.

6. Add some Easter grass and some treats. Enjoy!

Total cost: $0 for the basket. $2.1 Billion for the candy (which is how much is spent on Easter candy annually)

For this and more fun facts visit this site.

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