While chicks and lambs are cute, the bunny has it when it comes to Easter. Celebrate the holiday's favorite animal with everything from modern wall decals, prints, and clocks to traditional stuffed animals and books, all featuring some of the cutest rabbits we've ever seen. Some would make a great addition to your little one's Easter basket, while others can become permanent additions to your nursery. Keep clicking for the bunnies that have us hopping!
With Easter approaching, I have my mind on hip holiday decorating ideas. My memories of the Spring holiday are rampant with floral Laura Ashley dresses and plenty of pastels, but I'm hoping to have a more contemporary Easter this year. Rabbits and dyed eggs should be present at every Easter fete, but there's no reason they need to be trad. Instead, outfit your interiors with these rad modern rabbits!
Happy Chinese New Year! One way to decorate for the Year of the Rabbit is to draw inspiration from its traits; another way is to take a more literal interpretation by decorating with rabbit motifs. The furry animal was in the running for our guess at trendy animal of 2011, so maybe with all the attention it's receiving of late, it will come from behind as the winner!
Turns out the Easter bunny knows a thing or two about staying healthy. Here are five reasons why munching on this nutrient-packed veggie will give you a hop in your step.
- Carrots contain various anti-cancer nutrients, which are maintained better when cooked whole.
- Thanks to beta-carotene, carrots can help maintain your vision, especially your night vision.
- The vitamin A in carrots is responsible for many of the vegetable's benefits, including growing bones and cells, regulating the immune system, and fighting off infections.
- They are low-cal — a cup of raw carrots contains only 50 calories.
- Carrots are a good source of soluble fiber, which can help lower LDL (bad) cholesterol levels, as well as lower your risk of heart disease, some types of cancer, and type 2 diabetes.
Are carrots your go-to healthy snack? Or do you prefer other veggies over this bunny-friendly food?
Source: Flickr User aussiegall
This bunny has evolved into an upright biped all for the love of a good snack. I'm the same way with nachos, little guy. We all have our weaknesses.
This little thing is silent, but deadly — as in deadly cute. From the tiny ears to the teeny hop, it's a good thing I don't have one. I'd never leave my house.
Simon here is a contestant in the ibeatyou stare down competition. Here's how it goes: Players challenge each other and go eyeball-to-eyeball to see who can stare into their webcams the longest without blinking. Simon, a fierce competitor, has beaten many — including one Jessica Alba. His strategy? Distract the opposition with his bunny nose bounce, and when the time is right, turn around and kill 'em with his cottontail cuteness. Works every time.
This bunny had a busy Easter, so what better way to unwind than to get a robotic bunny massage? Wait, what?!
Happy Easter! Did someone in your family or circle of friends receive a cute basket from the Easter Bunny today? If so, I bet all of you eco-savvy Casa readers aren't going to just throw that basket out. Instead, think about how you could reuse it!
For this latest How Would You post, I'd like you to think outside the home-decorating box and find some creative ways to repurpose a woven Easter basket. How would you use it in your home? In what room? For what purpose? Would you use it for holding bath products? For craft projects? For jewelry? Add anything to it? Repaint or refinish? Leave a comment below and let me know how you'd fit a woven Easter basket in your home.