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12 March 2010

March Hare

Small watercolor print of rabbit."Mad as a March Hare" was a common phrase in Lewis Carroll's time and thus was born the character in his famous book, Alice in Wonderland. I have always loved this book as well as the companion book, Through the Looking Glass, since I was a child. So naturally I had to see the recent Alice in Wonderland movie starring Johnny Depp and Helena Bonham Carter. I was charmed by Tim Burton's original approach to the characters of Wonderland. So in honor of March and the irrepressible hare, here are a few of my favorites from the handmade artisans of Etsy.

Watercolor print of rabbit.
Blackberry is a sensitive, serious rabbit. He is concerned about global warming and endangered species.
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Photo of baby rabbit in child's hand.

Bronze vintage bunny rabbit locket.
Bunny Foo Foo Locket
This adorable locket features a hand finished antique brass / bronze vintage bunny rabbit on a vintage basket weave brass locket.
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Infant bunny hat.
Bunny Beanie
This sweet bunny beanie is here just in time for Easter! It comes in either white or brown for boys and girls!
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  1. sweet bunnies, Julie. I loved Tim Burton's adaptation. my favorite was the Cheshire cat.
    everything about him.. his voice, his fur, those eyes!!!!
    thanks for including blackberry here :)
    have a great weekend.

  2. Adorable selections Julie. I like #2 and #4 - so sweet!

  3. Thank you so much, Julie, for including me in this collection! I love Amber Alexander's work - and Blackberry is adorable! Thank you so very much!

  4. My first thought was Beatrix Potter. Thanks for giving me a peaceful smile.

  5. So adorable! I love bunnies in general so this is a special treat! Thanks so much for including me!

  6. Love the bunnies! These are all adorable.

  7. I love this post, very creative and enjoyable! Thanks for sharing!!! ( I cant wait to see the Tim Burton film)

  8. Love it Julie!! ≈:} Great rabbit selections!

  9. Lovely post ! I loved too Alice in Wonderland and I had few years ago a rabitt, I think somebody brought it from the forest for a child, but the rabbit escaped and on the evening before Easter it jumped in my kitchen from the balcony (I was living in the downtown of a big, industrial town, no forest there, at forth floor....I was puzzled; I raised it and then after few months I went to the country and released it - we don't have any association to take care of wild animals in my town, coz we don't have any wild animals there).

  10. Wow that bunny in the hand picture is tiny! I saw the movie too and thought it was definitely original and enjoyed it. Have a good weekend, thanks for stopping by my blog!

  11. Outstanding! Gotta go visit those folks!

  12. That 2nd pic..It's cute! =)

  13. Oh that baby with the bunny hat is soooo cute!


Contemporary photography of the cities, landscapes, flora and fauna of the American West.
Julie Magers Soulen Photography