Sunday, March 31, 2013

A Bunny Tale

Part of the fun of scouring flea markets and antique shops is finding, by happenstance, those treasures that you've started collecting... you know, the ones that make your heart sing when you spy it.  For me, it's those precious, vintage spun cotton wool ornaments.  They're  like finding a needle in a haystack as these are tiny treasures that have, over the years, taken a toll.  I adore their creamy color... their soft texture and, often times, misshapen forms.  Just yummy!  My newest acquisition??  Two adorable little bunnies.... just in time for Easter!
They're each missing one eye.  One is missing his carrot. Silly bunny must have gotten very hungry over the years!  Each stands on its hind haunches.  Each has sweet little arms (ok..literally, there are front legs but I much prefer to give them human characteristics!).  And each have such full little tummies!
Because this little one showed the most restraint with his carrot, he was selected to nest in the little basket I made for him. Proudly, but with a humble heart, he sits next to a vintage honeycomb egg.
Oh, oh!  Someone doesn't seem very happy about that decision! 
(Due to their delicate structure, this one has had his nose turned upside down and it makes him look a little forlorn!)
Don't worry, little one!  
You will still shine in your official bunny portrait!!
And where did these sweet little bunnies end up? Perched on one of my cake stands... protected under a cloche!  I wouldn't have it any other way!  I'm so proud to be their new owner... they will be treasured forever and ever!!

               Happy Easter, everyone!
          May you have a very blessed day!


  1. The bunnies are so cute, Kadee! What a great find and you've built them an adorable place to stay.
    Happy Easter!

  2. Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh - I would be proud of them, too - FABULOUS find, those boys! I think they're PERFECT! Happy Easter, Kadee...back from a trip home, and hoping to catch up on reading in some quiet hours, today. XOXO Tanya

  3. The bunnies are sooo happy in their new home!!! You rescued and adopted them and now they can eat carrots to their heart's content!!! Such fun Kadee- thanks for the delightful post.

  4. I love them, too. Spun cotton with a Christmas theme seem to be all I can find. How precious your bunnies are.

  5. Oh How precious! What a find to be treasured in years to come!
    Easter Greetings!

  6. Oh they are so sweet, I could not have resisted them either! Happy they found such a good home! Thank you for visiting Flora Doora and your nice birthday comment...if only my big one was 30! Anyway, it was a happy one...

    Flora Doora

  7. Your little vintage bunnies are precious and quite the treasure. You have them displayed perfectly. Easter Blessings...

  8. Hi Kadee,
    Oh aren't these precious bunnies adorable. How darling they look in your basket under the cloche. So glad you gave these wee ones a loving home. Happy Easter my friend.
    Many blessings be yours.
    Hugs, CM

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  10. What a beautiful vignette! The bunnies are just adorable, defects and all! Hope you had a wonderful, blessed Easter.

  11. Love your find in Canton! They are just too adorable~ Hope you had a happy and blessed Easter. Stacy

  12. Oh Kadee, I have never seen anything like them. Soooo cute. What sweet treasures to collect.


  13. Really cute bunnies! I just love bunnies everything ♥ ♥ ♥

  14. I hope you take this well, but I'm not sure if they're bunnies or gophers! They're adorable whichever they are. Love your blog. Glad you left a comment on mine. I linked back and so glad I did!

    1. LOL!! So not offended as they are wonky from years of being stored away in someone's dresser drawer, someone's holiday decoration box, etc! But I think the long pink ears give it away that they are bunnies. Misshapen bunnies, but bunnies just the same. So happy you dropped by my blog and hope to see you again!! Who knows what else I might find at a flea market!!