Needle Felting Inspiration

I grabbed my bag of felting, and thought I would try my hand at another little bunny.

I tried a little bit larger bunny this time.

She has blue eyes and a pretty little ribbon around her neck.

I put her in a cupcake box to wrap her for Easter.  I think that this hobby might be very addictive.

I also wanted to share a photo of my favorite little fisherman.

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Oh Karen! Your felted bunnies are adorable! But even more adorable is your handsome little grandson.

Kathleen Grace said...

Your fisherman is precious! I always love all the teeny tiny baby clothes that look just like big people clothes. Precious little guy!
Your bunny is wonderful, I am amazed at the little creatures you can make with needle felting.

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

OH KAREN, the eyes MAKE IT! YES! OOOOO I have spent my "wad" but one day, I need to buy a rabbit! You have captured a very special style with these eyes. HEY.....I wonder, could you needle felt your grandson? Remember "THE LONELY DOLL" book? The doll in that story I am sure was not needlefelted, but she had a certain texture as if she was fabric. I wonder if you could make your grandson? If you find a way to make a child in needle felt, PLEASE SHARE. I would love a little boy doll in needle felt. TRY IT! Anita

Snap said...

I'm loving your needle felting bunnies! Good for you! Keep those fingers busy.... !!!!! Your little fisherman gets cuter every day.

Beverly said...

Your bunnies are cute enough to love forever, but your little fisherman is the best ever.

Vee said...

What a darling expression you captured on this little bunny! Good thing you can take photos of them because they're so cute you'd almost hate to give them away. That grandson of yours is already losing his baby look. In that hat, he looks like a five- year old! Too adorable!

Penny @ The Comforts of Home/From Harvest To Table said...

Both the bunny and little fisherman are adorable Karen.

Angelsdoor * Penny said...

Hi Karen,
Your bunnies are simply adorable.
Your workmanship is great!
I love the eyes... So sweet.. Yes, needle felting is addictive... It is very relaxing for me.

Angelsdoor * Penny said...

p.s. How could I forget to mention your little fisherman. What a sweetheart!