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Creepy Bunnies

Tamdoll's Creepy Sock Bunnies

 

The idea was to make an easy, seasonal craft project – sock creature/bunnies.  Intended to be part of a crafty, hand-sewing class for fun.  I thought folks would like the idea of a quick, cute project they could stitch and customize.

These were not cute.  Class was cancelled.

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12 Responses to Creepy Bunnies

  1. Aimee says:

    Oh, I think those are super cute! Not a fail!

  2. Sor says:

    I don’t think they’re creepy either! My son just peeked over my shoulder and wanted one!

  3. tamdoll says:

    Thanks guys! They just didn’t come out like I pictured when I set out to make them.

  4. Lois says:

    OMG, are you kidding?? They’re wonderful! You should sell them on Etsy!

  5. Some of them may be a little creepy, but I think the black one with blue stripes is wicked cute!

  6. Aurelas says:

    I love the argyle bunny! To me the only one remotely creepy is the grey one on the far right.

  7. tamdoll says:

    You guys are giving me encouragement, I may have to revisit this project!

  8. chidori says:

    I think the striped and the argyle ones are actually pretty adorable, and the others are not that creepy. It’s the lips, I think, but that’s what makes them unique! Most of those re-craft dolls end up looking the same, so I like unique touches like that. You should definitely revisit this project … good luck!

  9. April says:

    they’re not creepy, they have personality. i would happily adopt any of them :)

  10. Dusty says:

    I LOVE the two with the lips on the right side! Yes, I know I’m strange, I like lips. ;)

  11. someone says:

    Would you be willing to sell one/give them away?! they’re awesome.

  12. Honey says:

    Are you shitting me, those are adorable.

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