I’m so excited about this collaboration that it’s taken a lot of effort on my part to keep it quiet until now! Peter Rabbit was always one of my favourite books when I was a kid and I’ve loved seeing how the stories have evolved over time, both with the TV series and now with a new Peter Rabbit film. I was asked by Joules if I could come up with some Peter Rabbit crafts to celebrate their collaboration with Peter Rabbit and my kids were desperate to be involved, in fact we did these first thing on New Years Day as they absolutely couldn’t wait any longer!
Peter Rabbit Crafts for Kids
Like most of the crafts I share here the Peter Rabbit crafts that we made for Joules are designed to be fun and easy, simple ideas that the kids can make themselves and enjoy doing so without too much help. We’ve made some carrots which we’ve painted using two different fun techniques (and not a paintbrush in site!), a paper plate twirler showing Peter’s journey through Mr McGreggor’s garden and these cute rabbit ears perfect for bouncing around the garden with.
You can see the instructions for all of our crafts over on the Joules blog as well as lots of cute in process pictures too. I’ve honestly really loved working with Joules, they’ve been one of my favourite companies over the years so it’s been great to discover they’re a brilliant company to work with too! I’m also more than a little bit in love with their Peter Rabbit collection for kids, this boys raincoat is adorable and I think I kind of need this pink tshirt in my size?! Failing that it will have to be more cute stuff for my kids while keep myself busy looking at the grown up clothes!