Apr 3, 2011

Easter - Two Cute Origami Bunnies

These are two of my favorite bunny models, one designed by Akira Yoshizawa and the other by Tomoko Fuse.
I like to fold them for Easter because both models represent the bunnies in a stand up posture, which is how the Easter bunny is more frequently depicted.

Easter - Two Cute Origami Bunnies
The pink bunnies, correspond to the model "Rabbit", designed by Akira Yoshizawa. The instructions to fold this model can be found in the book Origami Museum I - Animals.
The bunnies were folded with 6" (150 mm) squares of Tant Origami paper.

Easter - Two Cute Origami Bunnies
The yellow bunnies correspond to a model designed by Tomoko Fuse. The instructions to fold this model can be found in the book 12 Months in a Small Box - Autumn Winter, ISBN 4-480-87340-6 (in Japanese), and also in the book Origami Shiki Oriori, ISBN 978-4-14-031158-5 (also in Japanese) .
The bigger bunnies were folded with  6" (150 mm) squares of Tant Origami paper, and the smaller ones were folded with 3" (75 mm) squares of regular origami paper.

4 comments:

grace said...

how do u make the yallow bunnie ????????????????

grace said...

con someone tell me pls

grace said...

can u pls tell me

Marcela Brina said...

Grace, the instructions to fold the yellow bunnies are available in the book 12 Months in a Small Box - Autumn Winter, by Tomoko Fuse.

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