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Alice in Wonderland Teacup Bunny - SOLD by tiny-tea-party Alice in Wonderland Teacup Bunny - SOLD by tiny-tea-party
The first in the Wonderland inspired Teacup Bunny collection. This bunny is handsewn from head toe. She is made from highest quality, super soft minky in cherry red and snow white. She has playing card cotton fabric inside her ears and on her tail. There are three satin roses by her ear. Her eyes are black safety eyes, rimmed with white felt and blinged up with a couple of cute little rhinestones. She's dressed up in a black organza bow, topped with a playing card button and an ace of hearts charm. She has two cute little mismatched buttons sewn onto her butt. Here is a picture of her rear :D [link]

This bunny is filled with polyfiber and has a handful of poly pellets in her bottom half to help her sit.


Adoption Information

The Wonderland bunny is up for adoption for a low low fee of £12 or $19 + shipping.
UK shipping - £5
International shipping - £8 ($13)

I accept payments via Paypal only. I also have a storevny shop where I can list her to be bought if you are not comfortable sending payment straight through Paypal and would like to go through a third party website.


This bunny has been sold!



I take commissions on these teacup bunnies. Commission information can be found at the bottom of my journal here [link]


Other bunnies for sale:
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:iconmissxvalentine:
MissXValentine Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2014  New member
Your Creations are suuuper adorable! <3
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Nepetta Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2014
Do you think you could do a tutorial??

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VelvetPsychoKiller Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Ok, I really need it. This is so fantastic! La la la la
I think I now have found my favourite piece of yours, definitely.
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timmywheeler Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2013  Professional General Artist
how much do you charge for these. seriously interested. note me.
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Kitsu4tail Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
how tall are they? if you do it all by hand you could make them quit small.
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writingpotatoes Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
First of all: BUNNY. AH. ADORABLE. OMGSH. And second: WHERE did you get these tea cups?! I've never really gotten into the whole tea-and-china setup, but these are BEAUTIFUL. I mean, I'm freaking out over here. Just LOOK at all the CAPS and EXCLAMATION POINTS!!!
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IceFeatherWings Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
She is so cute! How long does it take for you to make such an adorable bunny? The colours picked out for her are perfect and the bow just adds to the cuteness!
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linnil Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
So cute. adfasdf#@# \me die.
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Hindorf Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2013  Student Artisan Crafter
Oh it's so cute! very nicely done, I have long wanted to learn to sew things like this ... do you have any tips on how to start?
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tiny-tea-party Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
thank you! :3 i think the best way to learn would be just to dive right in! find a simple pattern online, sit back, relax and handsew it together. maybe use a fabric like fleece - as it's stretchy, doesn't slip about too much and is quite forgiving if you go horribly wrong. i don't recommend starting with either minky (too expensive if you screw up), felt (scratchy 3:) or cottons (they'll show your stitches). good luck! <3
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