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Learn how to make a simple Origami rabbit from the water bomb base.
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Here I’ll show you how to make a bunny from the water bomb base. If you already know the water bomb base, feel free to skip ahead. Fold your square in half to make a rectangle and expose the non-printed side of the paper, crease then unfold. Rotate the paper and repeat from the other direction. Now flip the paper over and fold in half to make a triangle, crease then unfold. Now rotate the paper and repeat from the other direction. From here pinch in the sides along the guidelines that we made and then flatten to make a triangle shape with four flaps and that’s your water bomb base.
Take the corner of one flap and fold up towards the middle. Repeat with the corner on the other side. Take this corner on the side and fold it in towards the middle. Repeat on the other side. Take this pointed flap and fold it down so that it lines up with the flat edge that we just folded and do the same on the other side. Now tuck those pointed flaps into these little pockets here. Now flip the paper over. Take these flaps and fold them in towards the middle. Now take the corner of the flap and fold the way in out. You should form a triangle shape like this here. Repeat on the other side. Now take this flap and fold up and in towards the middle and repeat on the other side. There you go, and now we’re going to blow this bad bunny up. Place your fingers in between the four flaps and blow into the little hole in the center. And there is your blown up bunny.