Last year I made a washi tape bunny for Easter. I received a lot of lovely comments on the project, but I also received the feedback that it took a lot of washi tape. As in more washi tape than the average person would have on hand. I’m back this year with a no-excuses version.
I’ll admit that I do have a most impressive washi collection. It’s been years in the making. For this project, I’m using four rolls of washi tape. Totally doable, right? Even by the most novice of washi-ers.
As a bonus, none of this washi is new. Most were rolls I picked up when I was working on my bill station. I did buy the papier-mâché bunny form at Target in the “Bullseye’s Playground” area, but that was the only new purchase.
Just like in my first washi tape bunny project, it’s just a matter of ripping off pieces of washi tape and covering the bunny form. I found that with the shape of this particular bunny, it helped to split the tape as I was working around the corners.
I covered, covered some more, then covered again until I was satisfied with how the bunny looked.
And even after completely covering the bunny, I had plenty of washi tape left over.
I gave the entire bunny a few coats of gloss Mod Podge to protect it and give a little shine.
And even though it might be an Easter decoration to most, my washi tape bunny is going to sit around all year long!