July 25, 2011

DIY: From Earrings To Necklace

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Here is an easy DIY I did over the weekend. I found this pair of cool earrings and since I have sensitive ears I converted it into a necklace. All you need is a necklace chain (maybe from an old necklace you don't wear anymore) and a pendant bail- And you got yourself a cheap pendant necklace!

I had a quiet weekend with my self timer and my rabbit Turbo. He was pissed when I "featured him" in the black & white photo below since he doesn't like to be picked up, but then all was forgiven when I gave him a piece of banana. If only it is that cheap to bribe people to do things!


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Turbo says "Hi!!"

124 comments:

  1. It makes such a gorgeous necklace! Love it! Turbo is such a darling rabbit. So adorable and looks super soft!

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  2. Love it as a necklace more than earring. Perfect!

    What a cute little bunny!

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  3. Great idea. I have also sensitive ears, should try it too...
    And your rabbit is the cutest ;)

    Christine
    http://district5-fashion.blogspot.com/

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  4. What a great idea! I lost 1 earring but didn't want to throw out the other and now I can convert it into a long necklace! Turbo is so cute :)

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  5. Aww lovely bunny! I love bunnies, also got one<3

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  6. hi Turbo! you are a cuuuuute little wabbit!!!! and good work miss pop c with the custom making ^_^

    xoxo

    http://miss---a.blogspot.com

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  7. amazing DIY! i have missing earring pairs! this is an awesome idea<3
    lovely bunny!

    xx
    http://www.trend-ish.com

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  8. you really look great and your lip color is LOVE! the earing turned necklace complemented your top. :) It looks great together.

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  9. such a pretty necklace and the pic + turbo are adorable :)

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  10. OMG how cute are the pictures with the bunny?! LOVE IT!! :D
    xx

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  11. Love the pendant! And Turbo! Awww he's so cute!

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  12. Hiii sweetie Turboooo you are so fluffy!
    Thanks for the DIY :) you pimped it out great haha

    xx

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  13. Awww so cute! I love the picture! Your bunny is ADORBALE

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  14. omg your rabbit is way too cute!

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  15. Next Month:

    DIY: Turn that old rabbit into a winter hat!

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  16. This is a really good idea. This DIY is simple enough for me to do -- and I lack any and all talent. Kudos on being a genius!!

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  17. I love easy DIYs like these!

    P.S. Turbo is adorable.

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  18. What a great idea for a necklace! It came out great. Your rabbit is ADORABLE!!

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  19. Hi Turbo!!

    Those earrings make a gorgeous necklace! I love how it matches your cardigan!

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  20. BUNNY!!!!!!!!!

    Sorry, I love rabbits. Lol.

    That necklace is fabulous. What a great DIY. :)

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  21. wow! the necklace turned out amazingly! cute rabbit :)
    watermelonthunder

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  22. ooo how pretty!!! ALSO BUNNYYYY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    http://fashionistanygirl.blogspot.com/

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  23. Hey popchampagne, you look so gorgeous Turbo looks super cute!! your necklaces have that vintage feel, it fits you! :) and yes claw machines are quite hard over here, they sometimes programmed them to drop the toys when it captures it

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  24. Great idea..I have some bits that could be turned into a necklace :) Your bunny is sweet, my daughter wants one..maybe when her sister is a bit older..they are super cute! Hope your day is great! x

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  25. Great job hon, they're pretty earrings and a necklace. I love that black and white photo of you and the precious rabbit. :)

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  26. those earrings are gorgeous! it must be big to be able to convert into a necklace like that XD

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  27. Great idea! I have tons of earrings that are too heavy for my ears and this is a good way to get some use out of them. Thank you!

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  28. fun, how you transformed those earrings to such a pretty necklace! :) it goes perfectly with the floral blouse in your photos. really like the purple tank with the peaches & pink, i may steal that color combo, idea. oh, & what a super cute bunny!

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  29. So beautiful! And Turbo is really cute ;)

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  30. That is such a great idea! They look great as a necklace. And I say hi back! ;D

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  31. what a great idea!!! it looks expensive too!!!

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  32. haha - i didn't know you had a rabbit! what a cutie!

    also, love the diy.

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  33. Nice idea!
    Hello Turbo, he is so cute :)
    x

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  34. What a great idea! I love the floral blouse you have on and hi turbo!
    I can't wait to see what photo you send for my giveaway,good luck XOXO

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  35. Cool idea!!! and your rabbit it's so cute!!!

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  36. OMG TURBO! *_* SO CUTE <3 I just uploaded new photos (2. lol.) of Saya. I can't get over how much she's grown since October last year. :'D She's such a big girl now.. <3
    And you look amazing as always! I swear to Buddha I need your camera set-up! *____*;

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  37. HELLO!
    thank you for visit my blog! i also like your pictures!
    follow for follow?
    kisses
    Miriamstella ( from Italy)
    http://isfashionmypassion.blogspot.com/

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  38. What a great idea! Turbo's so cute. :D

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  39. soooo cute!!!
    kisses

    www.thecurlylady.blogspot.com

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  40. Love this! It's great for earrings that I get as presents but can't wear because of certain metals.

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  41. Great idea on the DIY, love the look of the necklace
    andd naww loove the picture of you and the bunny :))
    'If only it is that cheap to bribe people to do things' ahaha ditto :)

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  42. It looks so nice as a necklace~ I'm going to try this one day.

    Turbo is SOOO cute. 'Hi Turbo!' =D

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  43. That's a beautiful necklace. I love the picture of you holding Turbo. Did he get his name from the burst of speed he showed the first time he made a break for it???

    He's a handsome bunny. I feel guilty about the joke I made last night. A friend of my daughter's has a rabbit and a cat--the cat is afraid of the rabbit. Anyway, my daughter was saying the friend got a new cat and it's also afraid of the bunny. My wife couldn't hear the comment and asked "what about the bunny?". I replied, "She said they ate the bunny." That produced the mixture of horror, laughter and denials that I'd hoped for--it was funny.

    But I still regret it now. =)

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  44. PS - Such cute noses in the profile pic.

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  45. Wow, it looks awesome! Aww Turbo is SO cute, what a lovely pictures.

    www.fashionsaveur.blogspot.com

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  46. Turbo is a great name for a rabbit. Your DIY turned out so well. There's a lot of ornate jewellery on sale everywhere.

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  47. Absolutely gorgeous jewelry! And that rabbit is sooo cute:-)
    hugs,
    xx
    Ask Erena
    http://askerena.blogspot.com/

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  48. [Reply] Thank you so much for your caring comment!:)
    Yes, my family and I are okay, safe and dry! :)

    Great idea about the necklace/earrings :) XOXO

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  49. BTW I love your rabbit! SUPERCUTE <3

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  50. You have a nice chin! Why would you photoshop it?

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  51. Awwww... your rabbit is super cute! :)

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  52. Gorgeous pictures! Love the necklace!

    What camera do you use? Do you use external flash?

    xoxo
    Stella

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  53. that is such a great idea to switch up accessories!

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  54. Ha. Of course you have a pet rabbit...how adorably suiting.

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  55. You have a pet rabbit?? How cool!! We have a neighborhood bunny! He always brightens my day! Love how you made the earrings into a necklace, though I would've loved the earrings just as is :)

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  56. Clever!! I've got a few pairs I could do that with...

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  57. thanks for sharing such an easy diy idea! and your rabbit is sooo cute!!!

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  58. Great DIY!! And Turbo is so cute!! =)

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  59. awww what a cute bunny!

    such a smart diy! i never would have thought to do that. & if u lose 1 necklace, u have backup hahaha

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  60. great idea. can i just say how beautiful you look in the first picture! cute rabbit too.

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  61. amazing necklace:)
    your rabbit is so cute:)

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  62. Aw I didn't know you had an adorable bunny! So cute. Great idea about converting earrings to necklace, that one looks heavy too. Agree that animals are easily bribed by food.

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  63. I love the necklace and the rabbit. Do you have the rabbit at home?
    xoxo

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  64. Amazing DIY, thanks for sharing

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  65. LOVE your necklace and your bunny is adorable :) <3

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  66. Hi! Thanks for dropping by my blog. You even left me a comment, I really appreciate that. You look great and your blog is really nice! Thanks again for visiting and I followed you :) Stay fab!

    hearts,
    Melai of Style and Soul

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  67. awh cute bunny :3 I love the name too :p he doesnt look very angry in the photo :p but atleats he's happy with his banana :p and i love the diy pretty creative ^^

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  68. This is such a great idea! Its so cute, perfect for either a necklace or earrings! xoxo

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  69. lovely DIY! and that rabbit is tooo cute!

    jos xx

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  70. i love this! i think i'm going to try it out with some of my old earrings too since the holes in my ears closed up anyways so i obviously don't need them. i'm glad you shared this as now i can put them to good use!

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  71. Hi! I like this post so much, you look really great!Ant the necklace you made is fantastic!
    If you want come and visit my blog, and if you like, follow me!I'll be waiting for you!

    http://cosamimetto.blogspot.com/

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  72. turbo is so cute!! great DIY!
    xo
    MosaMuse

    MosaMuse.blogspot.com

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  73. Wow! Now THAT is a gorgeous necklace - I love!

    And Turbo...too cute! I used to have a rabbit named Cinnabun, but he passed away two summers ago. They make such wonderful companions! :)

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  74. I love your very natural look. So gorgeous! ;)

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  75. Great DIY! Very easy too! :) I have a lot of too-big earrings that I can easily convert! :)

    Your bunny is adorable!
    ♥ laura
    the blog of worldly delights

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  76. that's perfect actually!it's so good!and i just love the earrings :)

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  77. so cute:)
    & I love the earrings!! x

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  78. love the jewelery! and the rabbit is soo cute!,

    xoxo

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  79. omg I cannot believe you have a bunny! He is a big guy too!

    xo Mary Jo

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  80. Hi Turbo!! ang amazing necklace plus, I love your smile, its always so genuine <3

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  81. That necklace is gorgeous. What a great DIY.

    Loved the photos of Turbo!

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  82. Hi Turbo!!!! Love necklace!

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  83. lovely necklace!!
    Kisses
    http://www.lookladymode.com/

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  84. Your bunny is so cute! Turbo looks so soft! ^^

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  85. Woha - great idea! I have a few earrings that should retire (think crappy quality F21) but they're just too nice to go! This is a great way to reincarnate them.

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  86. you look cute:) and your rabbit is the best! cute picture together.

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  87. Good idea! I might just do that and get some use with some of my big old medallion like earrings :) my daughter actually like ur rabbit....she got excited and shouted wooowww bunniess! Lol!

    Oh my twitter by the way: nancylauren add me up! Take care!
    http://nancylauren.blogspot.com

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  88. Love the gold with pink and peach, very cute. Turbo is super sweet, loved him!

    http://styleidnet.blogspot.com/
    http://styleidcloset.blogspot.com/

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  89. great way to recycle them... great photos too!

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  90. aww these is soo cute

    xx

    Rosa

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  91. Ooh, what a creative way to make a necklace! :) I love it, and I simply don't have my ears pierced, so maybe this is an excuse to buy earrings so I can transform them into a necklace hehe! Your bunny is so cute! =)

    xooxo
    http://runawayinla.blogspot.com

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  92. Aww Turbo is such a cutie! And this is a great DIY - very easy to do and useful too, especially if you've lost one of the earrings and only have a bunch of single earrings lying around. Love your silky floral top too :)

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  93. Cute! You're pretty! :)

    btw, I am your new follower, hope you will visit and follow my page too. :)

    jewelclicks.blogspot.com

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  94. That is gorgeous! I've never thought to convert my earrings to necklaces too. You did a great job! Thanks for the idea!

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  95. Pretty DIY piece. Your rabbit is beautiful.

    *Erin

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  96. The necklace is gorgeous. Aww I want a Turbo :)

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  97. aww, hi turbo!!! :D

    and this is such a great idea, i have some earrings i would love to turn into necklaces. :)

    <3, Mimi
    http://whatmimiwrites.blogspot.com/

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  98. Great idea! The pics with the rabbit are my faves! Thanks for visiting my blog! Would you like to follow each-other? Follow me, let me know and I will follow you right away!
    http://www.kikisbookofdreams.blogspot.com/
    xoxo Kiki

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  99. That's a great idea!I did the sam last week! I can assure it works!
    Have a lovely day honey!
    http://chiccastyle.blogspot.com/

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  100. that's awesome! you have golden hands! I looooove Turbo! Wish I met him before I left! :(

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  101. Hi Gorgeous, aww the bunny is so cute:) and that necklace is to die for love it!
    xoxo,
    Katy
    http://katyrosli90.blogspot.com/#

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  102. great diy! i love your blouse and the bunny is soooo cute!

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  103. that earring turned out to be a very lovely fab necklace :) great job girl.

    You looked so happy and cute in the photos super liked and your bunny is adorable! :) say hi to turbo too :)

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  104. btw your new layout for the heading is so cute :)

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  105. I LOVE that necklace...if you don't have anyone to give the other "earring" to I will be happy to take it off your hands...say Hi to turbo for me :-)
    Love K

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  106. loved every detail of it...and the bunny is soo cute:)

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  107. cute DIY that anyone can do--love it! and i love that bunny too. i had a bunny when i was little until my mother said "he ran away". :)

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  108. Hey hun, thanks for your comment on my blog, I would love to follow you but can't find the follow button on your blog... love this idea, the necklace is beautiful! Love your bunny too, I have a house rabbit too, he is pictured on some of my blog entries!! xx

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  109. That is such a great idea! Too often I throw an earring away because I lost its pair, but now I know there's a way to save it!

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  110. OH MAH GAHHHHH Ima steal Turbo!!

    I have sensitive ears too, I hate it sometimes cause there are so many cute earrings out there. I love the DIY though!

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  111. This is a great DIY! I actually prefer the earrings you used as a necklace. They look like they'd be really heavy to wear.

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  112. wow this is so much more interesting as a pendant than earrings!!! great thinking :)))

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  113. I love it. I love reworking old jewellery to make something new. I have a necklace that I bought to turn into a headpiece. I will hopefully get the time to do it soon. Mae xx

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  114. And you have a rex bunny? Love it! Mine is a dwarf hotot. ;-)

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