Some bunny babies

One must be kind, for every bunny is fighting a hard battle.

-Bunny Buddhism

Hello everyone. I guess it’s time for bunnies. I usually don’t make bunny dolls for Easter, I usually just make a regular doll with maybe a bunny outfit, but that is about it for me. This year I wanted to try to make some bunnies though, so I hope you like them.

These baby bunnies were made with repurposed but new wool blend socks. After I got the socks I kind of wanted to keep them because of how cute and comfy they looked. But then I remember I live in a pretty hot city and we only get a little cold for like two months. So I wouldn’t use them as much as I would want to. Now these baby bunnies, they needed something warm and cozy to cover their torsos and head and now they have.

Baby bunnies, Waldorf inspired dolls
Hopper, 7 inch Waldorf inspired doll.

First born was the baby boy Hopper. He likes to hop at night and sleep most of the day. He loves anything he can snuggle in or with. He really loves his carrot bed, more than any of the other bunnies. He dreams of hopping in the meadows at night when the sun can’t get on his face. His favorite food is carrot bread, especially when it’s still warm. He’s a pretty easy going baby during the day but at night we must make sure he’s in a safe place where he has enough space to hop around.

Hopper’s skin is Laib Yala in a red brown color. He’s about 7 inches tall. This baby’s body and hat is made with repurpose gray wool blend socks and he weighs a little over 100 grams.

Hopper, 7 inch Waldorf inspired doll.
Hopper, 7 inch Waldorf inspired doll.
Binky, 7 inch Waldorf inspired doll.

Little miss Binky is our second baby bunny. Binky has an inquisitive mind. She loves loves going outside and explore her surroundings. She was very disappointed at the fact that we couldn’t take her photos outside because it was raining. She kept looking outside the window and saying it was just water. And in a way, is true, water is great but I was worried they were going to get wet and not dry on time before they left home. You know, when you are made out of cotton and wool drying can take some time. Binky loves almost everything, she thinks the world is extremely interesting. She loves raw carrots and celery also so stack up on those if you wish to adopt her.

Binky is a little bit under 7 inches tall. Her skin is Laib Yala in Dark peach. Her torso, hat, and ears are made with repurposed wool blend brown socks and she weighs a little over 100 grams.

Binky, 7 inch Waldorf inspired doll.
Binky, 7 inch Waldorf inspired doll.
Rosie, 7 inch Waldorf inspired doll.

Rosie is the youngest one and the one that is a little shy as well. She’s as sweet as a pie or may I say carrot ice cream, her favorite. Rosie loves singing and to be sang to. She prefers rhymes and finger play songs, she loves to imitate all the gestures and tries to predict what comes next. She’s also pretty attach to her rainbow bunny.

Rosie is a 7 inch baby doll. Her skin is Laib Yala in Light brown. Her torso, hat, and ears were made with a repurposed wool blend pink sock and she weighs a little over 100 grams.

Rosie, 7 inch Waldorf inspired doll.
Rosie, 7 inch Waldorf inspired doll.

These bunny babies are a little under 7 inches long and are all looking for new homes. They are NOT meant to be toys. They are art dolls for gentle play by an adult collector or an older child 7+. They are natural fibers dolls, filled with clean wool. Their heads have been made in the traditional Waldorf style with some needle felting to make them firmer. Arms and legs are floppy but the head is just a little wobbly. Their eyes have been hand embroidered with cotton DMC thread. Their torsos are filled entirely with glass beads so they are weighted. The glass beads are inside another cloth bag. Limbs have been filled with wool. None of their clothing is detachable.

They will go home with a traveling friend bunny and inside a wool blend felt carrot bed.

If you would like to see more photos of the babies you can see them in their album.

Rosie, 7 inch Waldorf inspired doll.
Binky, 7 inch Waldorf inspired doll.

Each baby’s adoption fee is 88 USDollars plus shipping. Shipping to Mexico is free and 13 USDollars for the rest of the world. These babies ship from Mexico through Standard mail with tracking. They usually take 3 to 5 weeks to get to their destination.

I’m hoping these sweet babies will make their way home before Easter but of course due to all the craziness in the world, I cannot guarantee it. If you would like priority shipping please contact me to give you a quote.

If you would like to adopt any of these babies, make sure you comment on this post stating the name of the Bunny baby doll: Hopper for the brown sleeping bunny boy. Binky for the smiling eyes caucasian bunny girl. Rosie for the tan pink bunny girl with open eyes. If you want more than one, make sure you write the names in the priority you would like them. If there is more than one person interested in any of the dolls, I will draw a name. I will take entries for these babies until tomorrow Friday March 10 at 3pm CDT. Once a family has been chosen I will send a PayPal invoice that is due upon receipt.

By commenting you agree that you are 18 years or older. Please do not comment on behalf of someone else.

All bunnies have found loving homes. Thank you so much!

Hopper, 7 inch Waldorf inspired doll.

Hope these sweet bunnies bring a smile to your face. As with all my dolls, they are imperfectly perfect, made slowly and with love, giving attention to details.

Hope your day is filled with joy and laughter.

Read you soon.



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