Thursday, 17 April 2014

Carrot Cottage - The New Bunny & Piggie House!

If you don't already follow me over on my Vlogging / Random channel on YouTube, you won't know that we had a monumental occurrence at the weekend! I got really excited and just posted the video up on the day that it all happened but then I totally forgot about putting it on the blog for all of you who read over here instead so sorry about that. My bad lol!

So days of Mr B banging and clanging in the garage turned out pretty OK, the girls absolutely love their new house as you will see from the video, there was lots of bounding around and happy girly time to be had!

It isactually really difficult to both photograph and video as it is so big and you can't quite fit it all into frame especially with the worktops / cuboards etc in the way. Here is the overall house so you can see it. Please excuse the really bad angle, it is the only way that I can show it all to you. The girls are all out and about playing, when this picture was taken. The top layer is for the piggies and the bottom layer is for the bunnies. The bunnies are able to have the use of the utility room and kitchen (and the dining room under supervision) at all times. We have a door that you can open up for those times when we would need or want to just shut them away but they have plenty of room in there to go on hind legs and walk around so they are not cramped in. It takes up pretty much all of the utility room!

Both sets of girls have their kitchen areas at the end so it is easier for us to top them up at the same time. The both have hay racks, water bottles, a bowl of nuggets and then the bunnies have a water bowl as they prefer to drink out of that.

I got a little artistic and did a cute little collage for the bunnies door, that was my entire input! I love how it looks. It was created from wall paper with scrapbook paper and all sealed in with PVA.

It is just a cute little girly space and they really are very happy with it. If you would like to know anything about the design, construction or materials used then please let us know and we would be happy to share with you.

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