Bunny Egg Cup

Bunny Egg Cup

Crafting Time:
  • Varies
Skill Level:
  • Intermediate
Project Courtesy of: Polyform
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Additional Information



  • Studio by Sculpey clay blocks:
  • Whipped Cream, Blush, Peapod
  • Shape Makers Floral Set II
  • Clay tool variety set
  • Acrylic clay roller
  • Real egg or plastic egg
  • 2 black E-beads
  • Tweezers
  • Toothpick
  • Oven
  • Baking pan



  1. Divide the Whipped Cream as directed for the bunny body:
    • 4 sections (2 for each foot)
    • 4 sections (body)
    • 2 sections (head)
    • 1 section (1/2 for each arm)
    • 1 section (1/2 for each ear)
    • 1/2 section (tail)
  2. Shape the clay as directed:
    • Tail - little cone shape.
    • Body - large cone shape. Press the body into place over the feet and tail. Poke a toothpick down through the body to help support the head.
    • Arms - small cone shapes attached at the top of the body.
    • Head - medium cone shape placed onto the toothpick and over the arms.
    • Ears - make a banana shape and then flatten. Press one end of each ear on the sides of the head and then fold down.
  3. Make a little triangle scrap of Blush for the nose.
  4. Add details (toes, tail texture, and mouth) with the clay tools.
  5. Push beads in for eyes.


  1. Roll Peapod to 1/8" thick and cut out six tiny leaf shapes using the double leaf cutter. Arrange the six leaves in a small circle.
  2. Roll Blush to 1/8" thick and cut out four petal shapes using the small bulb cutter. Arrange in a circle with the small ends all touching in the middle. Gently bend the petals up so they overlap each other in a circle. Shape the tips of the petals with your fingers. Press the tulip flower down onto the leaves. Condition 1 block of Blush into a ball and press it into the center of the tulip. Check the shape of the tulip to make sure an egg will fit into it. Remove egg.
  3. Gently press the bunny and the tulip together to attach them.
  4. Bake at 275°F for 30 minutes.