How to make mouse ears

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One of the cutest things about a mouse is its big ears. If you want to make a pair of your own mouse ears, they are easy to do and take little time. It is a great craft for kids on a rainy day or a great last minute costume idea.

Fold one colour of the felt in half. Draw a circle with a 3-inch diameter on the felt. This is your outer ear.

Fold the other colour of the felt in half. Draw a circle with a 2-inch diameter on the felt. This is your inner ear.

How to make mouse ears

Cut out all four circles.

How to make mouse ears

Place the smaller circle in the middle of the larger circle.

How to make mouse ears

Cut one-quarter off of the bottom of both circles.

How to make mouse ears

Glue or sew the smaller circle to the larger circle.

How to make mouse ears

Cut out a rectangle as wide as your headband or hair clips and one-half an inch longer than the flat part of the ears.

How to make mouse ears

Cut a slit in the rectangle as long as the flat part of the ears.

How to make mouse ears

Glue the flat part of the ears into the slit. Wait for it to dry.

Glue the flat part of the rectangle to the headband or hair clips and wait for them to dry. Put them on and eat some cheese.

Tip

Cut out triangles to make cat or dog ears instead. Use any two colours of felt.

Warning

Supervise children when using a hot glue gun or a needle.

Tips and warnings

  • Cut out triangles to make cat or dog ears instead.
  • Use any two colours of felt.
  • Supervise children when using a hot glue gun or a needle.
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