Not all of my ornaments are rabbit-related, but I do have quite a few bunnies on my tree. All but one or two, I have bought over the years at our local nursery (they do the BEST Christmas displays, they even have an upside-down tree!):
(This one is one of my favorites; it's supposed to be a metal bunny mold,
like the ones used to make chocolate bunnies way back when.)
These two pics (above and below)
are actually the same ornament--it's two-sided.
I used to have two of them so I could show both sides,
but one of them broke last year.
I was so upset because the artist no longer makes them, so I can't replace it.
This is the side I chose to display this year.
I *squee*-d so loud when I saw this ornament;
I ADORE Beatrix Potter bunnies.
The only rabbit you will not find on our tree?
"Hmph...Unless I can nibble on it, I want no part of it.
Call me when Santa brings my treats..."
The reason for somebunny's discontent:
It's not that he can't nibble the tree; we just don't want him nibbling the cords. Also, we use a tree preservative in the water so the tree lasts longer and we don't want him possibly drinking it. His Majesty is lucky he gets to be in the same room with the tree this year--in the past, we've had to block off the room altogether. I was originally going to put up and take down the x-pen fence as needed, but since the grandbabies may be visiting at some point (and we don't want them getting at the tree, either) I decided to just leave it up.
Here's the un-bunnyproofed version:
Note: I'm going to have to update these tree pics post-Christmas--we've had to replace the star and we've added some more ornaments.
Mr. Mick and I wish everyone and everybun a blessed and joyous holiday season, no matter what holiday you choose to celebrate. Treats for everybun, and nose bonks and bunny kisses to all!