Kawaii Bunnies on Etsy

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When I get bored I sometimes just search on Etsy for “kawaii bunny” and see what comes up! I wish I was joking but it’s the truth. Here are some recent kawaii bunnies I spotted.

Aaaaaah, I really want this bunny pillow from Heart Attack Design. Even though I already have a lifetime’s quota of kawaii pillows in my house. Sigh.

Eeek! The most adorable Amigurumi Bunny ever, at Curls of Sunshine

My Best Friend necklace by Zoe Woods. I sure wish these guys were my best friends.

Who doesn’t love a Pirate Bunny in a stripey jumper? This one is by Tattis Cuties

And finally, this pretty pretty Bunny Hop Skirt is custom made by Bug n Belle, but for kids only. Curses!

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3 responses

  1. Joey avatar

    So cute! I really like the two little bunnies pendant but everything is very lovely! You have good taste (i.e. cute!). But here’s a question for you: does something have to be made in Japan or by a Japanese person to be called ‘kawaii’? Or just in the Japanese-y style? What do you think?

    Joey x

  2. Ally avatar

    the Amigurumi Bunny is really the best i’ve ever seen

  3. mar-c avatar

    Good question Joey! Since the word kawaii was coined by Japanese teenagers, I guess they used it to refer to anything cute, not just Japanese things.

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