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bleach bottle bunny for Easter, need help

Posted by jannashome Utah (My Page) on
Tue, Mar 24, 09 at 9:19

When I was small, my mom made easter baskets out of bleach bottles. I dont think they were cut, except for a hole in the back. I almost think they had some kind of colored plastic bag glued to them. I remember them being fluffy, like when you take a square of crepe paper and pinch it and fluff it, and glue in on something like a parade float? I would ask my mom but she is not here anymore, and I thought this would be fun to do with my own grandkids. If anyone has the same memory, please let me know!!! Thanks ,
Janna


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RE: bleach bottle bunny for Easter, need help

I know exactly what you're talking about. I'm trying to find instructions, too. Did you ever find out how to make them? I'd appreciate any info you can share!


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RE: bleach bottle bunny for Easter, need help

Nope, I have never found anyone else that knows what I am talking about!!! So, maybe we should just make one up and it would be our idea


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RE: bleach bottle bunny for Easter, need help

I think I know exactly what you are talking about. My mom made one for us back in the 70's when I was a kid. It was pink, like the following picture. I have been looking for directions on how to make them as well. Hope this picture helps!

Here is a link that might be useful: bleach bottle bunny


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RE: bleach bottle bunny for Easter, need help

this is the one!!! now if someone will tell me how to make it! I think my memories of these look just like those pictures, thanks so very much for showing me these baskets


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