1. The pattern fits perfectly on typing paper. Print out the patterns to the complete size of your typing paper. You need 1 body, 1 sign, 2 feet and 2 hands.
2. Transfer the markings onto the wood. The body is made of the thicker wood and the rest of the parts on the thinner wood.
3. Sand the pieces slightly.
4. Paint the body, hands and feet white and let them dry.
5. Paint the sign brown and also let dry.
6. Drybrush grey on the edges of the white painted pieces. Also on the bunny ears, the cheeks and on the feet, pink is drybrushed on for an extra effect.
7. Use pink paint to write “Happy Easter” on the sign and let the paint dry. Afterwards if you like, you can sprinkle grey paint on the figure using a toothbrush. This gives it yet another extra effect.
8. Make 2 dots for the eyes and a red dot for the mouth. The nose is painted pink.
9. Use a thin paintbrush with only a couple of hairs to do the whiskers on the face with black paint.
10. Drill 2 holes in the top of the sign. Glue the hands onto the sign. They should look like they are holding the sign.
11. Take a piece of wire about 30 cm long and come from the back of the bunny neck and insert the 2 ends in the 2 holes in the sign.
12. Coil the 2 ends of the wire and let them dangle.
13. Glue the feet onto the body.
14. Tie the ribbon around his neck and knot the ribbon. Let the ends hang.