9. Lay the cutouts on a foil-covered cookie sheet. Ask an adult to cut a paper clip in half using wire cutters. Insert the cut end into the head. Or, make a hole with the end of a plastic straw for ribbon.
10. Ask an adult to help you dry the bunnies in a 325 degree F oven for one to two hours, or until the ornaments feel hard to the touch. When the bunnies have finished baking, remove the pan from the oven and place it on a wire rack to cool.
11. Hot paraffin is used next. You must have adult help to finish the bunnies. Melt the paraffin in a bowl placed in a pan of boiling water. Using a slotted spatula or spoon, dip each bunny into the melted paraffin. Transfer the bunny to a wire rack that is sitting on newspapers.
12. When the wax on the bunnies has cooled, use white crafts glue to attach jelly-bean "wheels" to the front and back of each side. This will allow the bunny to stand by itself. Or, make it the center of attention in an Easter basket centerpiece, surrounded by jelly beans and candy eggs.