Best Bunnies Rabbit Pillowcases - Set of 2
These bunny rabbit cotton pillow cases make a wonderful gift for kids, rabbit moms and rabbit dads! They are perfect for kids' and adults' bedroom décor, alike. These pillowcases are made of luxurious Pima cotton in the USA, and professionally screen printed.
PLEASE NOTE: These are currently in production and will not ship until December 10, 2020.
- Screen printed with permanent water-based ink
- Machine Washable & Durable
- Made in the USA
- 300 Thread Count, 100% Pima cotton
- 2 pillow cases (1 set)
Available in white, green tea, mocha or cream:
- Standard size 20" x 31"
- Queen size 20" x 35"
- King size 20" x 40"
Prints may vary in darkness due to the handmade nature of the process. (Pillow forms not included.)
I gave this as a Christmas gift to my brother and sister-in-law who have a pet rabbit named Fiona; they love them!
We own two sets of kitty cases. We've given lots of different ones to friends. With dear friends' children (and the children too are dear friends!) adopting two buns, we knew that we had to get these for them! As expected, the note from the older (she's 16; her brother is 12) of the two raved and said they were already on her pillows! The quality is superb - through many washings, still in superb shape. And the simple drawings mean they complement any bed! The two little pillows were provided to the buns on which they can reset their heads. All around, BEST gifts. So grateful to be able to give gifts that can be used and loved and put smiles on faces when one lays one's head down or arises!
I absolutely love these pillowcases. The fabric is so soft and the rabbits are adorable!
We downsized and moved to much smaller digs as a pre-retirement strategy recently. I pledged that in this new, smaller home I was bring in more whimsy. These pillowcases join the ranks of Godzilla Japanese valance panels in the kitchen and astronaut cats throw pillows in the living room. My new "tastes" in decorating are making me very happy, indeed and after all, I'm getting old enough to be "eccentric" now.