To make a rabbit just like this one, you will need white, blue, pink and green polymer clay.
Make all pieces before putting rabbit together. Be sure the arms are equal size, legs, etc. Colored clay will color your hands, so make all of the white pieces first.
The drawing is shown near actual size to help you form the parts correctly.
Put cheeks and nose on the head. Attach the head to the body with a 1/2" long piece of toothpick. Next take a ball point pen in closed position and poke 2 holes in the bottom of the body about 1/4" deep for the legs. Pinch the top of the pants legs to a small point, so they will fit into the holes made in the body. Connect them firmly into the body. Next, poke 2 holes in the upper sides of the body for the arms. Push the arms snuggly into the holes and let arms rest against the body.
Use a toothpick to make indentions in the paws. Press bow tie on at neck, carefully, but firm enough that it won't fall off after baking.
Now poke 2 holes in top of head for ears. We have one ear up and one down, but you may place them both up or both down if you want. Attatch ears now.
Attach feet to legs by inserting a whole toothpick up into each leg, leaving about a 1/4" out to put into the feet. The toothpick will help to strengthen the legs. Don't forget his cotton tail. Use a toothpick to fluff it up and attach it to back of body with a small piece of toothpick.
Check all your parts to be sure he is ready to bake. Follow directions from Basic Instruction page, and don't forget to prop him up while baking.
When Pete is baked and cooled, you can take a toothpick dipped in Black Acrylic paint and dot his eyes.