Easter Desktop Goodies Part 1

Just a few pre=Easter treats sitting on my desktop at the moment…

Ah, some evil bunny soap for the guest bathroom:

By Felipe Bedoya (I’ve never seen bunnies look this…high…but they appear to be enjoying their little party):

Aww…

So deadly…

Just tiptoe away.

Bunny is dressing up his taxidermy human again.

Clock-bellied…but kind of neat:

While we’re on the topic of bellies, why not fashion this bread bowl and let your guests scoop the creamy innards from a poor eviscerated rabbit?

Um…I guess that’s better than human innards adorned with some kind of rabbit bride ensemble.

I’m not sure if I’ve posted this…but it’s amazing.

I would love to see the creature casting this shadow.

Show offs:

As far as kitschy holiday jewelry goes, this may be the finest thing that plastic can offer:

No amount of novelty could make this a good cake idea. One of the best things about cake is that you never have to peel it or bite into bits of shell.

Speaking of cake, here’s one for all of your sheep-rabbit needs:

Now this I could use as a centerpiece:

Perfect felted Easter eggs! Does anyone know the artist?

Adorable black bunny from Violetpie who also does some sweet Halloween creations.

More to come…

11 Responses to “Easter Desktop Goodies Part 1”

  1. Those are all so disturbing. I love them! Especially the one with the human sized bunny hiding behind the shower curtain. Reminds me of Psycho. Where do you find this stuff? 🙂

    • shewalkssoftly Says:

      Most of this stuff has been in my image collection for a while now. I’m just a voracious seeker of art and oddities. And sometimes I search *really* random phrases on google images. 🙂

  2. No Frank from Donnie Darko?

    • shewalkssoftly Says:

      I thought of that, but figured he probably gets lots of press as THE evil bunny of all time. 🙂

  3. This is astonishingly eclectic. I’m sort of in love with those felt eggs. And that rabbit with a big knife is almost as ridiculous as when I found out Mothman was a real, live urban legend.

    • shewalkssoftly Says:

      Oh yes, Mothman is actually…a thing…here in the states. There were quite a few tributes to him at the Cryptozoology museum.

  4. Andy Clarke Says:

    Nom nom nom – LOL! ^_^

    I swear I remember that “so deadly” image from when I was a kid – I remember seeing something exactly like that in a story in a horror comic book, about an “easter bunny” who lured people into its house and killed them; the last victim got dipped in chocolate and…

    • shewalkssoftly Says:

      I wish I knew what story the deadly bunny came from. But I must say…dipped in chocolate…THAT is how I wanna go!

  5. The chocolate bunny rings are a must have! Love the idea of the bunny bread bowl. I think I might do this but instead of a bunny, maybe a monster or rat. Instead of serving veggie dip as his guts, serve spaghetti. LOVE the creepy man in handmade bunny suit. I can hear the little boy now, “no, please, dad! Don’t take me hunting for eggs in that!”

    • shewalkssoftly Says:

      The guts bowl sounds AMAZING. One (or both) of us has to do that and share pictures!

      • Oh, gosh! Indeed! I think I might try & do it at our church fall festival this October. I think it might raise some eyebrows but be a big hit to the kids. 😉

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