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  1. now at home mom
    now at home mom at · Reply

    whoa! I agree that this is one scary rabbit! oh! my , those eyes are really scary, I had to show it to hubby and he agrees it’s really scary too 🙂
    a doll, ah! I’m so scared of dolls too (can’t wait to see yours) I rememberer that when I was a kid I used to line up all my dolls (daytime) in my bed and play with them and when it was dark outside I used to throw them on the floor because I thought they were scary and then kick some of them under my bed to make some space when I needed to go to the bathroom (I’m getting scared now, it’s almost midnight here and I don’t want to stare at your scary rabbit before going to bed) 😉
    you did a great job making him scary ha!ha! 🙂

  2. Jo-Anna
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    LOVE this! What a great theme idea!!

  3. Michelle @ Sweetsuite10
    Michelle @ Sweetsuite10 at · Reply

    God lord he’s creepy looking – well done!

    Nobody in my neighbourhood does any real decorating for Halloween – it’s really rather sad 🙁

  4. Tara @ Suburble
    Tara @ Suburble at · Reply

    Okay – the FIRST thing I thought of when I saw this rabbit was Donnie Darko. We must have had a psychic moment.

    Also, this is rad. Pinning it now. 🙂

  5. Melanie
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    What an awesome transformation!

  6. cred
    cred at · Reply

    I love this, too. Last year we had the same theme for a Halloween party. My daughter & I had been planning an Alice tea party for her friends but b/c we couldn’t make it happen in the summer, we merged it with our halloween gathering. Tons of fun and ways to get creative for gothic Alice.
    That bunny is perfect!

  7. Steph
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    what a great idea!

  8. Victoria • Restoring our Victorian
    Victoria • Restoring our Victorian at · Reply

    The scroll down effect on that was priceless.

  9. Danielle from Storypiece
    Danielle from Storypiece at · Reply

    This is seriously awesome! I would’ve never thought to use an Easter bunny to decorate for Halloween, but he is perfectly spooky. Love the demon eyes too.

  10. Martina
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    This turned out way way creepier than I envisioned when you were talking about your plans for it. Which is AWESOME.

  11. Green Door Hospitality
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    Oh wow! Very scary! I am so loving the idea of doing a gothic Alice theme for your Halloween decorations though! Perfect!

  12. Lauren @ The Thinking Closet
    Lauren @ The Thinking Closet at · Reply

    Donnie Darko still haunts my dreams…and now, so will this rabbit. (Those eyes are other-worldly. Creepy McCreeperson!)

  13. Stephen Hughes
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    That’s an Eeeery Rabbit!!!
    And makes a great Halloween!

  14. Thalita - The Learner Observer
    Thalita - The Learner Observer at · Reply

    Oh Donnie Darko… so weird! Your rabbit looks just scary enough to potentially steer some kids clear of your house so you get more candy to yourself 🙂

  15. fynesdesigns
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    Wowza, thats creeptastic! Great idea, not typical at all!

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  17. sketchy styles (@RebeccaCaven)
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    This will be haunting my dreams. Guaranteed……..

  18. Anne
    Anne at · Reply

    Fantastic! Garden gnomes would also look very scary as well! Off to Value Village I go! Great site by the way 🙂

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