Bunches of bunnies for your basket from two cool artists

7:00 PM on 04.03.2012 // Natalie Kipper
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Spring is here and bunnies abounds! Two very well-known artists are making some absolutely adorable plushes that should definitely put a spring (or hop) in your step. First on the list is Anna Chambers' new orange striped bunny. It sort of makes me think of a creamsicle, but one that smiles back at you and won't melt. Her blog reports that it will be in stores soon. She also will be doing some toy giveaways this April for those following her twitter account

Next up are Lunabee's and Threadbear Studio's bunch of bunny plushes, called Lupins, spotted over at Flickr. It looks like each of the bunnies is holding something different, like an egg or a heart. These bouncy guys will be available for purchase soon over at Threadbear Studio's Etsy shop. You can have a chance a to win one of the plushes by signing up for the shop's newsletter (here is the page with the information).

Isn't this exciting? I wonder what other wonders this spring will bring. Hopefully, they are soft and squishy wonders. Those are my favorite.

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