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Thursday, April 02, 2015

An Explosion of Bunnies



When I saw Ikat Bag's sweet bunny tutorial on Sew Mama Sew last year, I pinned it immediately, knowing I wanted to make a few for the little people I love. I managed to complete the bunnies themselves, 7 of them, during spring break. Cute, cute, cute. 
 

Bunnies do get tired, though, and last night (when I should have been marking papers) I made little sleeping bags for the bunnies. Even cuter! Why 7 bunnies you might ask? 

I thought that it would be more fun for the little girls to have a pair of bunnies - so the bunnies could go hopping around together. Added play value. For the little Mister F I made just one bunny since he's not into the concept of friends yet. And then there were two leftover - for Nana! I'll keep them here for play time when the grands visit.
 

"Hey, Nana," say the bunnies. "When we wake up from our naps, we get hungry!" 

Tonight's plan is to make carrots in little bags, and possibly skirts for the girls' bunnies. Nothing like the last minute for productivity!

38 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness...these are too cute for words!! You did a wonderful job on them and there is no doubt those little ones will love them!! Happy Easter :)

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  2. I am in Love! I want to make one for Kamryn! I wonder if I have time!?

    Thanks for the link!

    Deanna

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  3. Oh we love them! And that last minute productivity is my favourite (even tho' I oft lament why I didn't think if things sooner, but perhaps that's that way creativity works...)

    Your grands will love them....

    Brenda
    xox

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  4. You work wonderfully under pressure! The bunnies are adorable and I will have to pin them for next year

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  5. Lorrie, what lovely ideas! I want a bunny in a sleeping bag now!

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  6. What cute little bunnies . Love their little happy faces.....xx

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  7. Already the title of your post makes one smile, and the bunnies themselves are absolutely adorable!
    The little people will love them.
    Happy Easter!

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  8. Hi, what a great idea for the grandgirlies to have TWO! I had never thought like that, but I am seeing the error of my ways. Those bunnies are adorable. I must check into the tutorial. I've been going sideways with projects rather than forward myself. What is up with that?! It must be some sort of a disorder. LOL!

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  9. Really cute great for Easter.
    Rosezeeta

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  10. Too cute!
    My daughter was talking to my 2yo granddaughter about a family Easter Egg Hunt we'll be going to, and so I asked what Harriet thought the Easter Bunny might bring her. She thought a bit and then a big, big smile, and Carrots! (that's a health-conscious bunny! ;-)

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  11. Oh How Cute! You know how it is! You leave those bunnies alone and they just start multiplying....lol xo Diana

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  12. so cute! I could see that little project going on and on. :-) I'm glad you're keeping two for yourself. Definitely better than grading papers! Your little ones will be thrilled!

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  13. Cute idea - I love them. I also have a few last minute plans that I need to get super busy on.

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  14. The bunnies are so sweet, and I like the idea of skirts for them!
    Happy Easter Lorrie.

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  15. So very cute and creative. I really should get inspired to make
    something for my grandson.

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  16. There is cute, and then there is CUTE. You are going to make some little people really happy this weekend. :-)

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  17. Cute. The little ones will love them. Happy Eastern

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  18. Lorrie, the grands will love them and so do I.
    Joyeux Paques!

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  19. They are adorable, and I am sure that there are going to be some hoppy little ones who will really love them. Happy Easter.

    Jen

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  20. Ha! Love the reasoning for the seven bunnies. Too cute.

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  21. Such sweet looking bunnies Lorrie! Wishing you and your family a Happy Easter!

    Madelief x

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  22. Super cute bunnies!

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  23. Darling expressions on the bunny faces! I love the sleeping bags for them and I know the carrots will be perfect with them. They're going to love these!

    Happy Easter!

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  24. Absolutely DARLING!
    Happy Easter, Hon

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  25. Sooo cute. I'll have to check out that tutorial. I made a bunch of bunnies yesterday. Guess I should put on my blog....... pretty basic ones..... but the little ones will enjoy!

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  26. Oh my gosh Lorrie, those bunnies are irrestiible! Now I want to make some. I've made sleeping bags for dolls and even for The Incredible Hulk that my sons used to play with. I must go look up the tutorial on making those bunnies. Too, too cute!
    Happy Easter!

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  27. I certainly get that "last minute" concept. But it's working for you! Love your sweet bunnies and I'm sure the grands will too!

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  28. Cute! They look SO soft and I love the idea of bunny sleeping bags:)
    Blessings, Aimee

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  29. Such darling bunnies Lorrie ...your grandchildren will be delighted and have them hopping along the bunny trail in no time ! Hope you have a wonderful Easter with your family!

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  30. I'm crazy about bunnies and yours are just adorable!
    Happy Easter~
    Nancy

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  31. Oh! These are adorable! And sleeping bags just make them more fun to play with.
    Have a very lovely Easter, Lorrie!
    Hugs,
    Lin

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  32. These are so precious. I printed out the pattern and would love to make one! Enjoy your weekend my friend. Sweet hugs, Diane

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  33. Oh My Goodness, if those are not the sweetest little bunnies ever...charming they are! Happy Easter to you and yours~

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  34. So cute, Lorrie! Happy Easter to you!

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  35. utterly adorable x

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  36. I'm bookmarking this post so I can come back and get the link, PLUS the inspiration of seeing your darling creations. Thanks!

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