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Makebox Beatrix Bunny

Hello campers! Today I’m sharing an adorable new creation. I’ve partnered with Makebox to try out three of their crafty kit boxes to show how easy and fun they are! If you like what you see, scroll to the end for some amazing discounts codes!

This month its the perfect Easter bunny kit. There are slightly different versions and I got Beatrice; with her rosy floral pinafore and pink bloomers, she looks modern and heirloom at the same time.

What I love is that you can hand sew or machine stitch this gorgeous bunny so you can have a quick make or take your time with a relaxing slower stitch.

I chose to machine stitch because I’ve been away from my machine for a bit while renovating and I really missed it. The bunny took two days to make this way because I couldn’t put her down. It’s really satisfying to whip up something so adorable!

The finished doll is approximately 36cm from head to toe. And is robust enough to play with or sit neatly as a decorative item. Mine is about to be parcelled up and posted to my niece. Let’s hope she likes the gift!!

I’m really pleased with the kit. The fabrics are high quality and you’re provided with pins, needles and excess supplies, in case you make a mistake or want to embellish the design a little. Plus the recycled stuffing and vintage fabrics add a reassuring sustainable twist on the craft box concept.

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What was inside my box:

  • Vintage printed linen for the ears and pinafore
  • Plain linen for the bloomers
  • Cotton for the body
  • Recycled Toy Stuffing made from plastic bottles
  • Elastic
  • Embroidery threads
  • Needle and Pins
  • Printed pattern pieces
  • Photo step by step instruction book
  • Bunny Postcard

(1) Comment

  1. Carol Thomas says:

    Spotted the typo, I think they are pink bloomers not punk! The bunny is very cute, and love the vintage materials used. Linen one of my favourite fabrics. A little girl you know will adore it.

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