Basically they are just a 3-sided box, and when you squeeze the sides they open (in this case into a giant mouth). They can be an endless source of fun, you can keep small candy (like Hershey's Kisses, hence the name -kiss holders, or kissies), small toys or trinkets (rings, small ball, mini lego guy, etc.), or they can be clipped almost anywhere to keep you company - on to necklaces, purse straps, shirt sleeves or hems,etc. - I have one clipped onto the corner of my laptop screen right now ;) Another plus, the are fast to put together, rather indestructible (a plus since at least 3 of these are going to 2 year olds), and don't take much in the way of materials and/or skill to produce. For each bunny you need to cut from your sheet of plastic canvas 3 squares (12 x 12) and 2 ears (3 x 9).
Once the nose is filled in, I go back to the left side and fill in my square. Then I finish the two edges that touch the nose - be sure you only finish those two sides because the other (unfinished) sides will be joined to other squares later to make the box.
When it comes to placement for attaching the finished ear, turn the square to be a diamond with the nose facing down, when you do this the fill pattern on the face look like dashes running across. Then, it's really just where you like it - I usually start my left ear somewhere about 3 dash lines in from the edge (attaching through the unfinished bottom of the ear).
The second ear I try to attach about the same distance in from the right edge. Once the face is complete you can fill in your other two squares. As you can see below, you'll need to finish 2 sides of one of the squares (this will be the bottom of the bunny and you are finishing the bottom of his mouth), and the other square stays completely unfinished around the edges (going to be your back piece).
Once you have all three squares you can line them up like shown above to make sure you have the edges in the correct places before starting to join them together. - I know, it seems silly, but it will keep you from attaching something where you shouldn't (don't believe me, mentally turn that piece in the top right of the picture a quarter turn counterclockwise and think about it).
Joining is fairly easy - (shown above) I start at the left corner of the bunny face and start attaching to the unfinished (on all sides) square. When I get to the corner I take the other piece with two unfinished edges and start attaching that to the unfinished (on all sides) square.
Once you get to that next corner you fold the next two unfinished sides together and join them. (shown above)
Now you have only one unfinished side on the back piece and the unfinished side from the face piece.
Push them together and join to complete your bunny.
His or Her face will looked sucked in, but you can poof it back out by squeezing his cheeks (or whatever you want to call the corners where his mouth opens) after you finish joining the sides.
And there you have it - easy peasey bunny squeezie! Ready for Easter,
or maybe just some random mayhem around the house, yard, or office.