Gung Hay Fat Choy!


1 2 3 4 

Yesterday, February 3 was the Chinese new year. 2011 is the year of the rabbit. Since I am also part Chinese, I wanted to wish you all a prosperous year...and a cute one too!

Let's make a paper bunny! Here's a tutorial from Yoke Bakery to make an origami rabbit. Click on the photo below to be re-directed and check out the rest of their site, super cute! (^•^)



  1. oh you´re part chinese! i didn´t know it :) happy chinese new year then!! i also posted about it in my site.

    those origami bunnies are beautiful, i think i´ll take a look to that page and see if i can make one hehe

    cute photos, by the way!


    aloha nui loa!!

  2. Hi Stella,
    Yes, I'm part Chinese, Filipino, Spanish, and Okinawan.
    Those origami bunnies are super cute. I especially like the photo too. Hope you can make one.
    Have a great weekend!

  3. Love the origami bunnies so cute may have to try to make one and give it as a valentine :)

  4. Try them Angela! They would look so cute in pretty origami paper. Can you imagine all the prints and colors you could use? (^•^) They will be good for Easter too!


So happy you paid me a visit. Mahalo!
Pleasant words are as an honeycomb, sweet to the soul, and health to the bones.
Proverbs 16:24

Follow here

say what, a Disclaimer

Hi there! Photography and art featured on this blog, unless where noted, came from my camera and were made or styled by my hands. You may not use my photos for profit or on commercial websites, but we might be able to work something out with a dozen chocolate macarons, and a juicy deal. Do not remove my watermarks or copyright markings from my photos (please see previous sentence). I won't bite, well unless you infringe on my copyright. But really, send me an email, I'm pretty nice. The snail mail on my blog includes my mail or the work from other artists and pen friends. I do my best to give everyone credit. But, in the case where I have missed the proper credit please contact me to address it. If you would like to re-blog or pin any of my original works please be the awesome person that you are and give me a shout out a.k.a. proper credit, and link it back here. Speaking of links, I do on occasion link out to other sites, however I am not responsible for the content you find on those sites. Sometimes clicking on a link I’ve provided may be a link to a site that will give me a small commission if you buy something from them. Which means that I might get paid (hopefully not in gum) if you click on that link, whoo-hoo. Reason why I’m telling you is because I want to be honest with you and frankly, because it’s illegal not to. That said, I promise to use any affiliate commissions earned for good cause: like stationery hauls and lattes. Thank you kindly, Merissa

MERISSA CHERIE All rights reserved © Blog Milk - Powered by Blogger