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Boo Boo Bunny

These face washer bunnies are great for children’s little boo boo’s. Simply place an ice cube in the middle. Alternatively, you can soak this in water and place the whole bunny in the freezer (in a bag) to be used as an ice pack.

What you need:

  • Face washer
  • wobbly eyes
  • ribbon
  • elastic band
  • small gift

Instructions

How to make the bunny:

  • Roll the towel diagonally from either side into the center.
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  • Fold the rolled length in half.
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  • Half way down this folded length place the elastic around it to secure it in place. This rounded section forms the body.
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  • The two loose ends that are remaining form the ears. Fold the ear section back onto the body forming the head. Secure with elastic.
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You can leave the ears floppy or make them pointy.

Finish the bunny off by tying the ribbon around the head.

Add the wobble eyes with glue.

Boo Boo Bunny Poems:

I’m the Boo-Boo Bunny

I turn sad faces into funny

To keep your hand from getting cold,

Don’t unwrap or unfold

Just put an ice cube in my shell,

And I will make your boo-boo well.

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Boo Boo Bunny is here today,

To help your boo boo go away

This funny, fuzzy, furry friend,

Will cool the hurt to help it end.

She’ll make the ouch go bye-bye fast,

So hold her until the pain has passed

And when the boo-boo is all through,

She’ll still be here to play with you.

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When the tears begin to flow,

From a bruise or bump or blow,

Boo-Boo Bunny is so nice,

In its tummy holding ice,

Gently soothing all the while,

Sadness turning into a smile

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If a boo-boo has you feeling crummy,

Stick an ice cube in my tummy.

Hold it to your boo-boo tight,

Soon everything will be alright!

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Throughout the years of growing

No matter how we try

There’s just no way the boo-boos

Will ever pass us by

So I’m your Boo Boo Bunny

I’ll hold a cube of ice

Then put me close to where it hurts

And I’ll make it feel real nice.

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Credits : Kelly Dixon