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Cuter than Cute Easter Paper Bunnies

Hi, people, I've been having fun with paper again and I think this is my favorite paper project this year... paper bunnies. 

I looked up paper bunnies in Google and came up with lots of different paper bunnies but this little Origami bunny turned out to be the cutest. When I added the pompom tail and the colorful ribbon, it really, really popped. Do you agree?

Some projects I get so happy with the results. This is one of those.

I had to keep stopping the video in order to keep up, but once I got started I kept making them. Now I can make them without the video. It's not that hard. Now I also made a chicken. Now THAT is one very difficult little thing to make and the girl in the video goes full speed so I had to keep stopping. I sort of made ONE chicken that doesn't look much like a chicken but I do want to master that ...

Anyway, here is the link to the video so YOU can make them, too.

I made these with scrapbooking paper - not the heavier cardstock scrapbooking paper.... the paper kind, think thin and easy to fold because there are a lot of folds.

Don't think you need special paper either. Just  make a bunny. It's so fun!

Don't you just love the different colored bunny pompom tails and the colorful ribbon bows? Oh, and did you notice the little orange paper carrots? 

Don't look too closely at the bunnies' ears. At the very end of making them you have to bend the ears forward and that sometimes caused an "uh oh" tiny rip. I got that under control at the very last of the bunnies. HA!

Two love bunnies...

Did you enjoy this? Do you think it's cute?

Please Pin to Pinterest so that others can enjoy it also. I haven't seen anything like this on Pinterest... 

Now have some fun!  Go make a bunny!!

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  1. These are so adorable...we are doing a really large Easter Egg Hunt for our community and I think I am going to make some of these to give out as little gifts....The bunnies are so sweet :)

  2. Those are so cute! I love all things Easter and think they would be perfect for place cards or party favors.

  3. Super cute and adorable!! Pinned them :)

  4. These are so adorable. I can't wait to make these for the kids. I have a ton of scrapbooking paper so this will be fun. Thanks!

  5. Oh my gosh, these are so cute! :)

    Thanks for joining the Link Up this week!

  6. aww. those are SOOO cute!! :)

  7. These are so stinkin' cute! Perfect for easter! Thanks for linking up to Plucky's Second Thought. Im this weeks co-host and wanted to stop by introduce myself, and let you know I'm pinning to my easter board!

  8. I am a bit of a paper junkie so these hit the spot! I especially love the lime green bunny. Thanks for sharing. Visiting via "WakeUpWednesday" linky.

  9. Cute bunch of bunnies! They'll be so fun on your Easter table.

    Crafty Journal

  10. Your paper Easter Bunnies are just adorable. They sure brighten up the table. Thank you for sharing with the Clever Chicks Blog Hop! I hope you’ll join us again next week!

    Kathy Shea Mormino
    The Chicken Chick

  11. I love it! So cute, I want to grab my paper and do a whole family right now! Thanks for sharing via the Love Bakes Good Cakes link party.

  12. Those are seriously so cute! Thanks for sharing on the weekend re-Treat link party.

    Britni @ Play. Party. Pin.

  13. Yuo sure have a bunnie farm now. They are so cute!

  14. These are super cute. I have students who love origami...this would be a fun, spring project. Thanks for the idea. :-)

  15. Those bunnies are adorable! Chrystal @ YUMeating.com (non Blogger blog)

  16. SO cute!!! Pinning. I think I have some scrapbook paper around too, so this will be a fun To-Do over the weekend. =0)

  17. Those are adorable. My daughter would love this craft!

  18. So cute! They look the perfect size to put an Easter egg in. Thank you for sharing them and your yummy chicken pasta dinner at What We Accomplished Wednesdays. Have a lovely week! ~Deborah

  19. When I first looked at this blog post, I thought "oh cute, a bunny". Then I scrolled down and saw that the bunnies multiplied into an entire herd of adorable cuteness. Love this!

  20. Very cute. I am sending a link to her just in case she does not see me on pinterest.

  21. Blogger ate my first comment. Just wanted to say this is really cute, and thank you for sharing the link. Will try to make these and off to pin it right now.

  22. These are just adorable! My littlest Grands would love these!

  23. Hi Linda, your bunnies are cuter than cute. I love that you added a wee little tail. LOL at myself sometimes. And the bow. I didn't see the link at first but then suddenly i saw it. Thanks for sharing. I'm pinning so my granddaughters and I can give it a try this weekend.

  24. extreme cuteness! Thank you for sharing your lovely blog at the Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop xo

  25. Linda, these bunnies are fabulous! Great pics.

  26. What a fun treat for kids.... Especially if they are old enough to make it themselves: a craft built into the treat!!
    These would be terrific on my blog hop. Would you please come join the party?
    Wonderful Wednesday Blog Hop
    Thanks much!! :)
    “hugs” Crystelle
    Crystelle Boutique

  27. Delightful! wonderful photos - can't wait to try them!