How to make Simple Origami Rabbit


Origami Rabbit

Do you like origami? Have you ever tried to make an origami rabbit before? It’s actually really simple, and I’m going to show you how! This is the perfect project for kids. They will love making this cute little bunny! All it takes is 11 steps that are easy to follow. Let’s get started!


  • Color paper of your choice

Step One:

You will need 15cm x 15cm square paper. You can use any paper, just cut the size in the square you prefer. 

Step Two:

Fold the paper diagonally for making the crease 

Step Three:

Fold the right and left corner towards the lower bottom corner to make the crease line

Step Four:

Fold the crease lines

Step Five:

Again fold the lower corner in upward direction

Step Six:

Fold the triangle again

Step Seven:

Turn it back

Step Eight:

Fold the top corner towards the lower part 

Step Nine:

Fold these parts to make the half

Step Ten:

Stand this on floor and cut the top triangle with scissors to make the ears of rabbit

Step Eleven:

Make the eyes of rabbit with black color

There u have it! You just made an Origami Rabbit!

If you want to learn how to make your own origami rabbit, we hope this article has helped. We also have more articles that will teach you about other cool crafts and DIY projects for kids of all ages. So if you like these articles and would like to know more, please comment below!

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