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Rabbits DO multiply quick!

Started with two and we're up to 17, at the moment. Looking at having a dozen or so more soon as I can. I planned on cutting more today, but got a call from a schoolmate whose father in-law had his tax preparer call and cancel on him because of Coruna. *smh* The panic is unbelievable. The white bunnies in the back are getting their faces and drawers painted on tonight.

Here's the Ring Dishes, too. I'm calling them my "Folk Art" Ring Dishes, since I couldn't get them smooth as I would like and the way the stain took to them. I used conditioner on them twice, but still got some unevenness. Oh well. Part of the appeal of hand-crafted, I hope. Still need to use some sort of polish to get them to shine, but this is where I am on them.
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Those look great! I wouldn't worry about the uneven stain, I didn't notice it. But you might need to teach those bunnies about social distancing! 🙂
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you do some really fine work Barb...
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This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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Those look great! I wouldn't worry about the uneven stain, I didn't notice it.
adds character...
I didn't see it either...

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
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Nice job, Barb...very professional...
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Great work Barb , you’ve been a busy lady. We’re going to start calling you the Energizer Bunny
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Great work Barb , you’ve been a busy lady. We’re going to start calling you the Energizer Bunny
Hardly. Lookin to make a few bucks. Wanna finish the insulation in the workshop.

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Everything looks great Barb especially the ring dishes. I like the hand made look of them.
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Nice job, Barb...very professional...
Yeah, right... but thanks for the compliment. As long as they sell. My work is far from professional.

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They look great Barb.
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