Saturday, July 31, 2010

Rabbit Hutch

Isn't it just awesome what a little wood glue and some popsicle sticks can do?? Here's what I made last night. It's a little rabbit hutch for my Munchkins collection of plastic bunnies. It's the perfect place for a rabbit rendezvous.  I also made her a new lop eared bunny out of polymer clay (another medium I **love** to work with), paint, and a coating of Mod Podge for durability:
Aw. Isn't he just the sweetest? I'm not really tooting my own horn (that just doesn't sound appropriate to me) when I say he's the sweetest....I'm saying I love lop eared bunnies in any form!! Love them. 
Here are some of the lop's friends in the hutch. These guys, I did not make. I used some soft screening material to make this part of the hutch. The door also has a hinge on it, so you can swing it wide open and let the bunnies go crazy in the clover. 
Lop's pretty happy, I'd say. So is my Munchkin. :-)
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24 comments:

  1. Cute, cute, cute! I had to look twice before I realized it wasn't a real floppy-eared bunny!

    Thanks for planting your creative seeds at Plant a Punkin Seed Party!

    Kristi
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  2. That is so cute. Great imagination in designing the rabbit hutch. You are very talented. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. This is so sweet! I took me a moment to realise it was itty bitty! GREAT JOB! Came via SHOW AND TELL!

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  4. I thought it was a real rabbit hutch from the pictures! lol I thought "wow, she made the wood look like popsicle sticks" lol

    That is very cute.....and you got me! lol

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  5. Very cute....love the little bunny ramp! I bet you do have a happy munchkin!

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  6. There is a Toot Your Horn meme.
    (link is on my hops page)
    I think your project would be perfect for it. I love poly clay. Almost nothing you can not make from it. Such lucky bunnies to have their own hutch.

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  7. LOVE it! What a cute idea. My daughters need something like this. :)

    Liz
    The Nifty Nest

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  8. Very cute, and it looks so real! My girls would love it.

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  9. Oh this is so cute! We are a rabbit family and our "Sparrow" has a cute rabbit hutch to live in. For a second there, I thought I was looking at a real hutch with a bunny in it!! Love it!!

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  10. Cute cute cute. even though it is not live, you've created a live story. :-)

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  11. Nice to have you join us for Anything Related! ~Bridgette

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  12. Once for school I made a wishing well out of tooth picks I glued together - - - does that count?

    :-)

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  13. what a cute little guy! so glad you showed his new hutch off!

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  14. Oh my gosh....this is so darling and yet so fantasy like. I really love it.

    My Show n tell is "Troll Talk" if you'd like to click on the link and visit with me today

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  15. How cute is that!!!

    Love,
    Susan and Bentley
    xxoo

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  16. Totally adorable! That's the kind of bunny I could handle right now--one that doesn't eat and doesn't have to be afraid of my ferret. I once had a rabbit and brought a new baby ferret home (my first) and the poor rabbit freaked out. They are natural enemies. Don't worry, Huey lived to be an old bunny and was well-protected. I'd love to have a bunny again but not until Rocky the Ferret is gone (he's an old boy). I love bunnies, especially the loppy-eared ones! (BTW, Huey was HUGE and used to chase my cat Nutmeg around the house. They would fall asleep together in the middle of the living room floor.)

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  17. Oh my goodness! That IS the most sweetest thing! Oh, it's just totally adorable and cute!!
    Best regards,
    Gloria

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  18. What a neat idea. And....I thought it was a real rabbit hutch too for a minute! Till I noticed the flower to the left of it! Great job on this!

    Thanks for linking up with me for Friday Favorites!

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  19. Oh how cute and creative! A perfect place for little bunny! Thanks for sharing at It's Party Time Thursday at PonyTails&FishScales!

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  20. Cute! So fun! I remember making fun stuff with Popsicle sticks! Nice to know we can still make stuff so cute out of them! Thanks for linking up to Topsy Turvy Tuesday's!

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  21. This is so cool too! (I just checked out your bird cage project). You are giving me lots of good ideas so I'm following you now :)

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