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Happy Chinese New Year to all! Today we’ll learn to craft this cute piece of origami to usher in the year of the rabbit 2011 (extremely exciting for ...
1. Coloured Papers (preferably 80gsm) 2. Pen Knife 3. Ruler
Download and print template over coloured papers. Fit to A4 size when printing. Then cut along dotted lines. You should have 1 big , 1 medium and 2 sm...
Take any one of the square cutouts (use bigger piece for beginners). Fold it into halves. The printed side should be facing out. A T character and a d...
Unfold. The unprinted side of the paper should be facing you. Fold the edges of the paper in towards the center crease. You should see 2 T characters ...
Fold all 4 corners to the center line. Following that, mountain fold the edges to the center.
Unfold. Squash fold all 4 corners.
Fold the 2 resulting flaps over to the other side and turn over. You should see the 2 printed dots forming the rabbit’s eyes.
Turn over and fold the model in half to make a crease.
Make 2 valley folds on the unprinted half of the model. This will form the rabbit’s ears.
Turn over. Mountain fold the head.
Valley fold the model in half. You’ll begin to notice the rabbit taking shape. Gently pull the ears of the rabbit away from the body and then crease o...
Make a pre-crease on the rabbit’s nose and then make a inside reverse fold.
Pre-crease and make reverse fold at the back end of the rabbit. This will form the legs of the rabbit.
Pre-crease and make another reverse fold at the bottom back end of the rabbit.
Pinch the head together at the bottom of the ears. Then shape ears.
Voila! Now, try making the rest of its family! Happy bunny crafting! :)
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