Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Timothy's Dutch Shoe


 I just finished this little bunny this morning. He's a Netherland Dwarf Rabbit. It seemed only fitting that he should have his own Dutch wooden shoe yo rest in. Timothy stands at 7 inches tall, ears included. He is scheduled to go up for auction on eBay Sunday at 6:45 pm.  He has a reserve price of $135,00 and a Buy It Now of $224.00.
 I hope you like him.

21 comments:

tom pouce said... [Reply]

So cute!
There is an award for you on my blog Tom Pouce Dream. I wanted to tell you how much I love your work!

Jeanie said... [Reply]

What's not to like?! He's a cutie, as all of your creatures are.

niknik said... [Reply]

Супер-заяц!

Donna S. said... [Reply]

The Bunny is so realistic, like he could hop right away!!!

Dewfall said... [Reply]

oh mine, look at those cute pink ears!

Meri Wiley said... [Reply]

Hi Robin,

As usual, your pieces are awesome and so stinkin' adorable. I would love to be considered for your giveaway, and since I'm a follower and I've commented, I thougt I may as well add your giveaway to my sidebar...who knows, maybe the fairies of fortune will smile upon me and I'll win. Take care,

Hugs,
Meri

Rabbit Liza said... [Reply]

I loooooooove it...Soooooo cute!!! Would like to kiss it in the nose as it looks like my rabbit in her childhood :-)

Robin Andreae said... [Reply]

Thanks for the award, Tom Pouce! And thanks Meri for the mention on your blog.

I really appreciate all comments about my bunny!
Little Timothy has already found a home and will not be going on eBay :-)! He's now on his way to Pennsylvania. I think that's the quickest any of my little guys has sold!

Rabbit Liza said... [Reply]

Hi again Robin! I hope that you will not be against the picture of one of your bunnies that links to your page (just wanted to share with people the link to the beautiful creatures you make)...if you are against I will remove it :-)

Robin Andreae said... [Reply]

Hi Liza,
That's perfectly fine. Thanks for the link and for asking :-)!

The House Of Genista said... [Reply]

What an extraudinary little bunny Robin! He looks so real. Your work is absolutely wonderful!
Warmest Wishes
Hillary Rose

Robin Andreae said... [Reply]

Thanks hillary Rose and welcome to my blog!

Stacy said... [Reply]

I love the lifelike quality of your work. I did like the Baby Bunny you done a few weeks ago as well. I saw a picture recently that looked just like your baby bunny. The similarity was amazing.

Robin Andreae said... [Reply]

Thanks Stacy :-)! I did that one from the little cottontails that we had nesting in our yard last year. The love to hide under our front steps. If your careful you can see them through the cracke in the stairs. Tey're rally cute all snuggled together.

Meri Wiley said... [Reply]

Hi Robin,

Are we supposed to keep commenting on this post for extra opportunities to win your adorable creature? If so, here's my second comment.....that's two chances. I can keep filling up your comment space, or you can just give me the bunny now......LOL!

Hugs,
Meri

Robin Andreae said... [Reply]

Hi Meri,
The give away is for a mouse not yet created. And yep every comment until March 21 counts as an entry.

Cheryl @ Bingle Bears said... [Reply]

Omigosh, Robin! I think you have outdone yourself! Timothy is absolutely splendid!

Josje said... [Reply]

How can I not love this little treasure! He is adorable sitting in that little ´klomp´ (wooden shoe). My 10 year old son just walked in and saw the pictures of Timothy and commented ´Aw, how cuuute!´ He now wants to put an old klomp in the rabbit run for his rabbit to play with.

Robin Andreae said... [Reply]

Thanks, Cheryl and Josje :-)!
I wonder if your son's bunny will play with the "klomp", Josje?

Barby Anderson said... [Reply]

Robin this bunny is so real looking! I had to look twice. Your shading is wonderful! Thanks for following my blog. I think your work is fabulous and will follow you too. I am new to this blog stuff and am not sure what I am doing. I adore your balloon backdrop. I am not savvy enough to figure out a backdrop for myself or how to make my photos bigger. I was just happy to be able to make a blog. Best wishes on your sales and happy felting!

Barby

Robin Andreae said... [Reply]

Thanks Barby! it took me a while to figure out the whole thing too. I started out using blog templates designed by others. I think the website is hotbliggityblog.com. They have some cute templates for free.