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. :-)
Here are the parties I linked up to:
Works For Me Wednesday
Flaunt It Friday
It's Party Time Thursday
Flaunt It Friday
It's Party Time Thursday
Cute, cute, cute! I had to look twice before I realized it wasn't a real floppy-eared bunny!ReplyDelete
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That is so cute. Great imagination in designing the rabbit hutch. You are very talented. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
This is so sweet! I took me a moment to realise it was itty bitty! GREAT JOB! Came via SHOW AND TELL!ReplyDelete
I thought it was a real rabbit hutch from the pictures! lol I thought "wow, she made the wood look like popsicle sticks" lolReplyDelete
That is very cute.....and you got me! lol
Very cute....love the little bunny ramp! I bet you do have a happy munchkin!ReplyDelete
There is a Toot Your Horn meme.ReplyDelete
(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.
LOVE it! What a cute idea. My daughters need something like this. :)ReplyDelete
The Nifty Nest
Very cute, and it looks so real! My girls would love it.ReplyDelete
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!!ReplyDelete
Cute cute cute. even though it is not live, you've created a live story. :-)ReplyDelete
Once for school I made a wishing well out of tooth picks I glued together - - - does that count?ReplyDelete
what a cute little guy! so glad you showed his new hutch off!ReplyDelete
Oh my gosh....this is so darling and yet so fantasy like. I really love it.ReplyDelete
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How cute is that!!!ReplyDelete
Susan and Bentley
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.)ReplyDelete
Oh my goodness! That IS the most sweetest thing! Oh, it's just totally adorable and cute!!ReplyDelete
omg, that is so adorable!ReplyDelete
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!ReplyDelete
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Oh how cute and creative! A perfect place for little bunny! Thanks for sharing at It's Party Time Thursday at PonyTails&FishScales!ReplyDelete
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!ReplyDelete
Great Article about Rabbit HutchesReplyDelete
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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 :)ReplyDelete