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Wednesday, January 8, 2014

A peek at my newest offering.

 Here's my newest rabbit - He's for sale now!


 My newest primitive Alice in Wonderland Rabbit. Perfect for Valentine's Day OR Easter. Made of muslin, which has been painted, stained and then sanded, his eye is carefully hand-painted and looks so real. He sports wonderful flowing whiskers and needle-sculpted nose, mouth, ears, legs and paws. His clothes are an aged black cotton heart material, over which he wears an aged flannel outfit, complete with intricately stitched hearts and trim. He carries a prim heart banner in one hand and a rolled First Waltz music sheet in his other. He's full of detail and was made by me with special care. Kindly asking $58 plus shipping for this work of art. Email me at RWPrimCrafts@aol.com  if you are interested in purchasing him.

8 comments:

  1. O Wendy, he's adorable....wonderful work. Keeping you and yours in my prayers ...Hugs lil raggedy

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  2. Precious. Bunnies here in the mountains are all snuggled in their rabbit holes under the shrubbery. I wish I could bring them all indoors and keep them warm and cozy. Sigh....

    Hugs

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  3. Hi Wendy, your bunny is adorable, I love him! You make such awesome prims. hugs, Lecia

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  4. Wow! Wendy, how sweet the Bunny is, wonderful work, Blessings Francine.

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  5. Before reading your post I immediatly thought your bunny looked like the Alice in Wonderland rabbit. Great job! Janice

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  6. Just wonderful.
    He sure is full of detail and love.
    Warm Woolie Hugs

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  7. love the rabbit, the eye and outfit just make it, I think, hugs and blessings!

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  8. Such a wonderful bunny. I just love the design. I hope things start looking up for you and your family soon.
    Hugs,
    susie

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