Friday, February 19, 2010

Baby Bunnies

Meet my new brood! I've been hard at work creating these little pastel babies, and they will be hopping into my shop this weekend. They're ready to begin the celebration of spring, Easter, new life, and general cuteness. Look at those little faces- you wouldn't believe how long it took me to get their look just so. I wanted a bit of whimsy with sweet simplicity, but I had to go through grouchy, sad, boring, silly, and ugly to get there.


They have little strings for hanging on Easter trees. They come adorably wrapped, so they are also perfect gifts for Easter baskets, mothers-to-be, or your average bunny lover. If you can *gasp* break the herd apart, they can also be slipped individually inside of a card to give the recipient a super surprise. My 4 year old daughter is in love with them, and when I asked her what she thought people would do with them, she matter of factly said, "Play family." So there's that, too.


Can you think of anything else you might do with these cuties? I'm considering offering a brooch version...what do you think? Be honest!


Anonymous said...

Jennie, these are so cute.. At first quick glance, I thought you had made baby rattles!? Anyway, their lovely..
Hope you're out the snow now.
Best wishes, Donna

Jennie said...

Hi Donna- thank you! Yes, I'm out of the snow. It is still all around, but thankfully not on the streets :) Have a great weekend!

PussDaddy said...

Those are really cute.


Cottage In The Sun said...

Oh my gosh - how cute are those!!

Evelyn Fernandez said...

how adorable! brooch or hairpins would look so cute also!

Sierra Pelona Crochet said...

They are extremely adorable! :) I think they'd be cute appliqued on a pillow in a child's room.

roro said...

hermosos los conejitos,estan lindos para usarlos como souvenir de cumpleaƱos,nacimiento o bautismo.
me encantan tus trabajos

Melanie Morales said...

I love them, they are super adorable and would make awesome little gifts ; )


CelticKnot said...

Awwwwwwwwww! These are so very adorable. You did such a wonderful job!

Schar Freeman said...

Precious little gems these are Jennie!