Paper Rosette Bunny Craft

Are you thinking about making a bunny? Well, this Paper Rosette Bunny Craft is ready for you to make. If you’ve never paper rosette before, it is easier than you think.

This bunny will look adorable when completed. You can hang it on your mantel or make a whole collection of these bunnies.

Paper Rosette Bunny Craft for Kids

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What is paper rosette? Generally, this is when you fold paper like a fan and then shape it. Make sure you glue where you are supposed to!

How to Make a Paper Rosette Bunny Craft

What you need:

  • White construction paper
  • Colored pencils
  • Glue
  • Scissors

Step by Step Tutorial

This is a simple craft that you don’t need the experience to do. Simply layout the white piece of paper. It’s a great Easter craft project for kids to make.

Fold the piece of white paper in half.

Once it is cut, you the piece of paper down the middle.

Start folding the half piece of paper like a fan.

Keep folding until you reach the end of the piece of paper.

Continue to do this until both pieces of the paper are completed.

Take glue to the end of the rosette piece.

Glue both ends of the rosette together.

Go ahead and fold this in half.

Tie a string to the middle to keep it together.

Snip the string.

You are again going to take the glue to help glue the entire circle together as shown in the picture.

Slowly start spreading out the rosette until it looks like a circle.

Keep gluing as needed.

Your rosette will look something like this.

Cut out the template of the bunny ears and nose and glue it on!

Glue on the eyes and teeth. Add pink inside of the ears and a little pink button nose. 

Before you know it, you will have a super cute  Paper Rosette Bunny Craft.

Paper Rosette Bunny Craft

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