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April 09, 2011


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Adorable! I agree-these would be great napkins on a spring table!


I make these out of washcloths for my students. We call them Boo Boo Bunnies. We put an ice cube in the middle section for their boo boos.

Lovely World

These are too cute!

Sonia / Cozy Memories

they are so so so adorable. Must make that !!
thanks for sharing how to make them, my friend


so very sweet! thank you for sharing.


The sweetest herd ever! You have the best hankie collection. I especially love your Mabel Lucie Attwell :)


So sweet! I love that the hankie isn't ruined by the process. Thanks so much for sharing.

Carol Dee

Oh... I love these. I have box of vintage hankies. I may be using them this Easter. TFS, hugs....


Thank you for sharing the instructions and photos! I was wondering how you did it!


My grandmother used to make these! I had forgotten how she did it. :D Thanks for the sweet reminder.
I shared a link on my blog too.


Such funny bunnies !!! Thanks so much for sharing this gorgeous tutorial with us and for all the time it required to make it. I must show this to my children, they will adore it ! Love that kind of quick and lovely project !

vibram five fingers

I love these. I have box of vintage hankies.


Lovely and very easy. Thanks


Stand with feet slightly wider than shoulder-width apart and hold onto a light to medium.

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