Vintage Lefton bunnies get a
First, he needed a slight paint redo. His
white fur was pretty, but didn't quite match the
Halloween feel I was going for.
Shading and with gray paint
gives him a darker look.
Details! Details! I LOVE Details!
Using glittered scrapbook paper and vintage
black trim, I created
a Victorian cone brimming with
a combination of old and new
bits and bobs.
Can never have too much texture!
Not satisfied with him standing alone,
I created a base out of an old
The other Lefton bunny was a little
harder to figure out by the way she's sitting on
all fours, but I finally came up with the idea of
a bunny wearing a witch's cape and hat.
These bunnies look so serious!
The clasp on her cape is part of an old
bracelet. Her basket is filled with hand-made
goodies. There's even a miniature
bottle brush tree covered in orange glitter.
The wagon is made from a piece of
wood and wooden wheels.
My interpretation of a Halloween
Another reason why I love recreating old pieces
is because I get to use so many different mediums.
Paint, fabric, clay, wood, vintage figurines,
millinery, ribbons, old jewelry, miniatures.....
Put them all together and this is
what you get!
More Halloween to come!