Sunday, February 22, 2009

Needle Felted Bunny with Carrot Pincushion


I made this sweet little bunny last night....it is soooo tiny!! It fits perfectly in this dish.
are you sick of seeing my bunnies...I REALLY like making them.lol.
I added some sparkly fiber that I purchased while visiting Los Gatos
I did just add this to my ebay....for 99 cents...I do hope it will sell for more then that.lol

9 comments:

TattingChic said...

How could anyone get sick of seeing your bunnies? They are adorable! It's that time of year for bunnies! Spring is on it's way and then EASTER! :)

Lavender Dreamer said...

How precious! I want to see EVERYTHING you make! I am in awe of your wonderful creations!

Betty said...

Your bunnies are so great; you are doing so much with all that felt! It's just fun to see all your fantastic designs!

~ ~ Ahrisha ~ ~ said...

Laurie~ ~ ~
Not tired of seeing your bunnies yet, they are soo cute. Love the little lamb in the diaper. Do you think you could felt a little white lamb?
The new dishes on my blog that you asked about are Spode. The pattern is Delamere and I got them on Ebay. Now I need some pretty white dishes to go with them. I'm not a matchy matchy person. I like to mix and match. That's more my style... glad you liked them. I'm just crazy about them. They look so great with the quilted tablecloth that my Mom made for me.

Mimi said...

That bunny is just too cute! You, my dear, are loaded with talent!

The Joy of Nesting said...

Hey Little Miss,

How can we be tired of bunnies, with easter a few weeks away?? Bunnies, chicks duckies all those babies are perfect!!! OHHHHHHH and you do make such cute babies :)

Pattie ;)
Mazatlan Mx.

Michelle Palmer said...

So very sweet...
:)
Michelle

Cathy ~ Tadpoles and Teacups said...

Keep the bunnies coming!! I might just snag one for myself.
:)

Barb said...

Oh dear.
I'm embarrassed.
Forgot ebay is the auction site.
Wondered how on earth you could mkae th0se for .99 cents.
Sorry about that. If it seems to good to be true, it probably is. =0)

Blessings,
Barbara Jean