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Making my rabbit a dust bunny!

Happy Halloween gals and ghouls!  By now you’ve most likely already put two and two together that, yep, I am indeed a crazy pet person. I’m quite fond of my little Ada Lovelace. When I first got her we did a fun little photoshoot for Valentine’s day with Betsey Johnson items (because I’m always about that Betsey product placement! I still wish she’d gotten a mascot contract.) Well, it’s been awhile! Not at all thanks to the fact that Ada really isn’t one to sit still and pose. And rather than make myself a costume this year, I took the liberty of making Ada’s. Like all pets when it comes to glamour shots, she was super grateful.

 

Being so excited about my concept, I wanted to share another look into my process and this DIY so you can catch the video below! If you’d like to make it yourself you’ll need a measuring tape, scissors, felt or fabric, craft pom poms, googly eyes, star beads, velcro, fabric glue, a glue gun, and a sewing needle with thread. I measured around Ada’s neck and waist because I wanted to add a belt with velcro to be able to get it on and off with ease and comfort. I also measured the desired width and length of the area I wanted the happy soot family to sit on her body, in my case I chose a saddle like shape and size. From there, it’s pretty self explanatory


In the end, I think Ada didn’t mind her costume. She seemed very comfortable and not to notice it was there. The thing she didn’t appreciate was all the effort I put in trying to get a good photo. She has absolutely no interest in ever being a Covergirl. 

Until next time!
xx Sinéad 


Sinead Kelly

Sinead is recognized by her peers for her appreciation of the bold and whimsical. Armed with her scissors and thread, she loves to create garments that incorporate shape, print and texture. An aspiration that has held unfaltering since she first cut up Barbie’s ball gown.

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