Scrap Craft: Piggy Ears for your Toddler

At our house, Dress Up is a favorite game.  While Miss Dot has plenty of costumes in the form of dresses, tiaras, wands, tutus, etc., sometimes you just want to be a pig.  We decided to get creative and make some pig ears one day, and we made it all from things we had around the house (including scraps!).

What you’ll need to make your own pig ears scrap felt craft:

  • Pink felt
  • White batting
  • Headband
  • Scissors
  • Glue (we used hot glue, but if you’re more patient, your kiddo can totally do this with white glue)

Scrap supplies for this toddler craft.

Glue on the batting.

Glue on the batting.

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What I Learned the Hard Way: We were totally making this up on the fly, so I didn’t think to measure the ears out in advance; and they’re a little on the big side.  One of my friends suggested that maybe we were playing Olivia from the children’s books.  Yeah…that’s…that’s totally what I was going for!

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Lorna Doone Brewer is a freelance writer, also known as the Queen Bee. She lives in the beautiful Inland Northwest with three spirited daughters and a wildly outnumbered husband.

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2 comments

  1. Randy Sue

    I have missed your posts! I love those cute pig ears! They will great to do when we do Charlotte’s Web at school! Thanks!


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    Lorna Doone Brewer

    Thanks, Randy Sue. You can get a bunch of headbands for a buck at the dollar store.

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