Bunny Bags From Japan That Turn Your Household Stuff Into Rabbits – Design You Trust

Bunny Bags From Japan That Turn Your Household Stuff Into Rabbits

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Tired of seeing stuff around your house that you kind of need but don’t like the look of? Well, you’re in luck, because now you can turn all that unsightly clutter into cute little rabbits thanks to these funny bunny bags from Japan. Made by the YOU+MORE! brand from Felissimo, the bunnies are designed to add some character to your household shelves and tabletops. Simply put your stuff into the bunny cloth, tie up the droopy bunny ears and voila, your bathroom products or random desk junk are magically transformed into a cute little rabbit.

More info: Felissimo (h/t: boredpanda, rocketnews24)

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