Meet Darcy, the cutest Easter Bunny in town!
Look at those ears poking out of her straw hat, she has been out picking her daisies in the summer sun.
This lovely bunny has been made under fairtrade working conditions by our skilled artisans in Nepal, and is completely plastic free.
What it contains
A lovely decorative Easter Bunny, handmade of biodegrable felt. Size: 11cm x 5cm - Basket 3cm x 3.5cm
Feel great about where it comes from
- Raw materials from Europe? No - New Zealand
- Organic? Yes
- Manufactured in Europe? No - Nepal
- What's it made from? Sheep’s wool from New Zealand. This natural by-product is processed to the highest environmental standards and always cruelty free. All the dyes used to create the vibrant colours are ‘azo’ free and most are natural dyes.
- What's it packaged in? Nothing
- Shipping packaging from manufacturer to us: recycled or biodegradable plastic bags and recycled postage bags
- Plastic-free? Yes
- Vegan? No - it is made of sheep wool
- Free from testing on animals? Yes
- Reused upcycled or recycled? No
Feel great about where it goes after you've used it
- Biodegradable / compostable? Yes
- Reusable / refillable? Yes - keep it in a safe, dry space and reuse it every year for Easter
- Recyclable? Yes
Feel great about you and your child using it:
- Great for ages: great for all ages
- Shelf life: indefinite
- Awards: not yet
- Safety standards met: As this is a handmade ornament intended for a family to use together, and not a toy intended for a child to use alone, it does not require or bear the CE-mark.
- Solvent-free? Yes
- Gluten-free? Yes
- Peanut-free? Yes
- Soy-free? Yes
- Lactose-free? Yes
- Easy to wash-off clothes skin? N/A
- Improvements we're working on in this product: We would love to see these made in Europe.
If you’ve got any stains, wiping with a wet cloth will remove nearly anything. If the wet cloth doesn’t do it, hand wash your felt in lukewarm water with a plain soap – no perfumes or dyes, then wring it out and leave it to dry.When felt is well-loved, it tends to grow small piles of loose wool fibres. This is normal and happens with all wool products. Simply pull them off the item or use a pair of scissors to cut them off.