How exactly did the Easter Bunny become a prominent symbol of one of Christianity's most import holidays? One theory is that the symbol of the rabbit stamps form the ancient pagan tradition believed to have started the celebration of Easter - the festival of Easter, which honoured the goddess of fertility and spring. Supposedly, the goddess's animal symbol was a rabbit, which have long symbolised fertility due to their high reproduction rates.
Meet Emi, Earnst, Emma, Ella, Edith, Erin and Espen. They are the Easter Bunnies.
There sizes are:
Earnst is 13cm H x 10cm W
Emma is 10.5cm H x 8cm W
Ella is 15cm H x 7cm W
Edith is 13.5cm x 7cm W
Handmade in New Zealand using hard woods such as maple and ash with the occasional oak. Each piece has been hand painted with plant and mineral based paint that is VOC free.