We've chosen a whimsical English floral print from Liberty of London's Classic Revival collection to create our heirloom bunny collection.
Soft and sweet bunnies made with fluffy certified organic cotton terry. This bunny has a hand embroidered face and is finished with either a soft, pink cotton ribbon tie at the neck for the girls or a sweet Liberty bow tie on the neck for the boys.
Bunny is made with certified organic cotton terry and 100% cotton Tana Lawn Liberty of London fabric for the ears -- Powder Blue for the boy bunny ears and Field Flowers for the girl ears (and boy bunny bow tie.)
Field Flowers Liberty - A classic English style, this print features pretty wild flowers which lazily dance in the field, reminiscent of breezy summer days.
Powder Blue Liberty - Inspired by the imaginings and solitary musings from a deserted tropical island, Liberty’s newest collection ‘Castaway’ captures the enchanting world of aquatic flora and fauna, vast ocean horizons and a menagerie of tropical delights in a charming collection.
Bunny head is stuffed with non-allergenic poly-fil.
Bunny measures 10 inches, ears additionally measure 8 inches.
Wash gentle, dry on low
*If you choose to have your bunny personalized, one ear will be embroidered with a name or monogram in coordinating cotton floss (pink to match neck ribbon for girls, or blue to match boy ears -- if you would like a different color please add that in notes section) -- please include the name in the "notes to seller" section at checkout.
For a monogram- please include the initials in the order they will be embroidered in the "notes to seller."
For example: ASG - Amelie Grace Smith (capitalize all letters as some might be hard to decipher what they are -- for example, a lower case l looks like an i. So capitalize the L so we are for certain what letters you would like.)
Bunnies hop into their new homes in March.
$65 - Liberty bunny with no monogram
$72 - Liberty bunny with a 3-letter monogram
$75 - Liberty bunny with full name (up to 10 letters)
Bunnies ship in March. If not sooner. :)