Paper Bunny

Learn How to Make this Concertina Paper Bunny

Learn how to make this Concertina Paper Bunny with 6 easy steps. You’ll just need a single sheet of paper and then some pretty craft elements to use for decorations.

And this Concertina Paper Bunny is a great Easter craft idea for pre-schoolers.

Your kids will love this Paper Bunny craft idea and once they learn about folding concertinas you can expect them to keep asking for more and more paper to explore the ideas racing around in their heads. And don’t forget to check out our Concertina Unicorn for more inspiration.

Anyway, let’s get started.

How to Make this Concertina Paper Bunny

Easy Paper BunnyFirst, let’s get everything ready so you can leave the little ones to get busy and avoid all those interruptions.

Skill Level – Med

Time Required – 20 minutes

What you will need

  • Construction paper
  • Construction card
  • Colored makers
  • Scissors
  • Glue

Step 1

First, concertina fold 2 pieces of A5 construction paper approx 1/2in each fold.

Step 1 - fold paper

Step 2

Next, glue the 2 pieces together. Fold up the paper and tie together then centre the string so when you glue the sides together they are even.

Step 2 - centre yarn

Step 3

Then glue the sides together forming a circle.

Step 3 - glue sides

Step 4

Next using your construction card cut out 2 ears and 2 feet and color in the inside of the ears and the pads of the feet.

Step 4 - ears and feet

Step 5

Then glue the ears to the back of the face and the feet to the front.

Step 5 - glue feet and ears


Step 6

For your last step cut some circles for the eyes and nose and glue into place.

Step 6 - glue nose



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