Bobbly Bunny Ornaments – Mountain Hare Edition
Welcome to the enchanting world of my handmade bunny ornaments!
Bobbly bunnies bring a sense of innocence and charm to any space. Each bunny is lovingly handcrafted, ensuring its uniqueness.
Whether you’re a bunny lover, a collector, or simply looking to add a touch of whimsy to your decor, my handmade ceramic bunnies are sure to capture your heart and add a delightful element to your surroundings.
Their cute floppy ears and expressive eyes bring these furry friends to life.
Explore my collection of handmade ceramic bunnies and let their charm and sweetness brighten up your space. Whether displayed on a shelf or nestled among flowers, these bunnies will become cherished companions that bring smiles wherever they are.
Designed to be held and loved, each bunny starts as a lump of clay which I shape and form by hand.
Size – Approx 7-9cm tall
Material – Stoneware clay, underglazes and glaze. Stamped underneath with my logo.
Free UK delivery – Please allow 5 working days. International delivery will take longer but is tracked. Cost of international shipping will be added at the checkout.
VAT – Price includes VAT at 20% in applicable countries.
How they’re made
Mud, glorious mud! well, professional-grade stoneware clay from the UK to be precise.
Out of the bag the clay needs, “wedging,” to remove any air trapped that can later cause problems during firing. Wedging is physical and theraputic!
Once the clay is prepared, I create two identical spheres before pinching each into a bowl shape.
The two bowls are then scored and joined before being left to dry a little.
Once the hollow sphere is a little firmer, I then create the bunny shape, before making and attaching the ears, eyes and bobtail. I create a hole in the base so the air can escape (solid structures are more likely to blow up during firing as any moisture left tries to escape.)
I’ll then wait a little before refining the surface further.
Next is the bisque firing. Once I have enough pieces to fill the kiln I will set the kiln off on a progressive heating programme to reach 1000°C.
Once cooled (usually 24-48 hours later) I can then apply coloured underglazes – usually 2-3 layers hand painted on. They’re then left another 24 hours before having a clear glaze applied on top – again another 2-3 layers. It’s important to make sure there’s no glaze on the base of each piece or they will stick to the kiln shelf.
Then once they’re dry, it’s back into the kiln for the glaze firing. This time the temperature reaches 1210°C Again it can take a good 24-48 hours before the pieces are cool enough to handle. Then it’s quality check time, and if I’m happy with them, they get a stamp on their bottom, photographed and added to the website for their new owners to adopt them.