Alice in Wonderland - The White Rabbit Origami Tutorial Free Download

Alice in Wonderland - The White Rabbit Origami Tutorial Free Download

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Alice in Wonderland - The White Rabbit Origami Tutorial Free DownloadThis paper craft is The White Rabbit origami, a fictional character wearing a blue suit from 's animated film Alice in Wonderland. This papercraft toturial is shared by Mypapercraft. The White Rabbit is very famous in popular culture for his quote "I'm late! I'm late! For a very important date!" in the 1951 Disney film. He appears at the very beginning of the book, holding a pocket watch and muttering "Oh dear! Oh dear! I shall be too late!"

Alice spies him while sitting along a riverbank and follows him down a rabbit hole into Wonderland, While Alice is falling, she sees a shelf with a jar of jam and other things like a jar of marmalade. She catches up with him by Chapter Four, but he mistakes her for his housemaid, Mary Ann, and sends her to his house to fetch his gloves and fan. Upon entering the house, she finds a bottle marked "Drink Me" and grows to a gigantic size after swallowing the contents. Now trapped, Alice is quickly set upon by the Rabbit and a group of other animals who try to force her out of his home. Failing in this, they start throwing rocks at her through the windows. The rocks then change into cakes and, after eating one, Alice shrinks down to a tiny size and flees into the woods.

Alice continues to pursue the Rabbit, however, and the two meet again at the croquet tournament in Chapter Eight. It is here that he's revealed to be a herald of the King and Queen of Hearts.

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