Kids can celebrate the Easter season by sprouting their own pairs of rabbit ears (and noses and tails).
To become bedecked in all-out bunny gear, make matching bunny noses and tails. To make a nose, cut a cup from an egg carton, leaving a tab of extra material on one side for teeth. Trim the cup's edges and paint the teeth white, drawing a black gap between them. Glue on a pom-pom nose. For whiskers, cut pipe cleaners into three pieces. Poke three holes on either side of the nose with a pencil, then feed the pipe cleaner whiskers through the holes. Make air vents with a hole punch along the cup's bottom. Keep the nose on tight with an elastic knotted through holes poked in the cup's sides. For a tail, form cotton batting into a tail and sew a length of yarn through it with an embroidery needle. Then tie it around your waist.
Use scissors to cut out ear shapes from the edges of the egg carton top.
Color the insides of the ears with pink crayon.
Finish by gluing the ears to a headband with the glue gun.