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BINKYBUNNY FORUMS > HABITATS AND TOYS > DIY toy materials?
Last Post by Bunny House at 3/11/2019 11:17 AM (3 Replies)
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User is Offline TiannaRae
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2/24/2019 11:53 AM
I’ve been thinking about making some toys for Paisley myself. There’s a lot of toys that she just doesn’t have any interest in, or they get shredded in minutes. Anyone have any ideas on materials I could use to make some good quality toys? I can get some wood pieces from a local pet store and thought I’d incorporate that, but is there maybe a type of rope or other stuff I could use as well?? I’m open to any and all ideas! Need some brainstorming 😂

User is Offline Bunny House
Texas
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2/24/2019 4:24 PM
Paper towel rolls, apple wood twigs, willow branches, that’s all I can think of! I would check out Pinterest and search diy bunny toys and you should be able to find good ideas! Let me know what you find, id love to make some!

User is Offline TiannaRae
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3/03/2019 6:44 PM
Well. Didn’t find exactly what I was looking for but I made some fun stuff anyways!

Paisley really likes the second one from this list of ideas:
https://www.bunnyapproved.com/diy-rabbit-toy-ideas/

And then I just rolled up some cardboard and cut a little bit off of a toilet paper tube, and stuck the cardboard roll into the tube. Essentially so that the tube would hold it in a roll shape. Then I stuck some treats into the spaces for Paisley to find! She seems to like it 😄

I’ll be thinking of other things to make but those are the ones I’ve tried so far!

User is Offline Bunny House
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3/11/2019 11:17 AM
I love those! Buns often love toys that we don’t spend a lot of money on so handmaking them with old cardboard is cheap and fun!
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