Glindabunny Creations

GlindaBunny is taking a short break.

My shop is currently on vacation.

I need a break. I know my shop isn't busy, but my kids are really high need right now (and getting into EVERYTHING), my husband is struggling with his chemistry and busy career (with a long commute) and needs a lot of support. I would rather not have an order ship late because of family stuff, so my shop is on vacation. I'll be back as soon as I can, hopefully in November.

Merino wool g-tube pads are very easy to make. If you need help or suggestions, please feel free to send me a conversation. It might take a couple days, but I'll get back to you as quickly as possible.

Have a great day! ...and if you're viewing this, I hope you're getting more sleep than I am.


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I make stuff... lots of stuff. Usually I make things to fill a need or to vent creative urges. Art, however, needs no reason.

I stay home with our three young autistic children, one of whom has a hypoplastic right heart. My husband is a busy front end web developer. I'm a believer in neurodiversity and autistic self advocacy. Many of my projects address my kids' sensory needs. If you want to talk about your experiences with children on the autism spectrum, feel free to send me a message. I can help you brainstorm solutions to their unique needs. I know how families of special needs kids can be strapped for cash, energy, and time. We are too (yay never ending medical bills and insurance that doesn't cover everything), but I still have resources I'd be happy to share with other families in need. Even if it's some squares of various tactile fabrics so you can make a sensory book or lap blanket for your child but have no spare money, let me know and I'll try to help. We're all connected.

I post some of my projects with pictures and instructions on I'm a featured author there with the user name SuperSoftDrink. I also have a blog at, but my pictures (taken with my phone) are terrible. Even if I did have a camera, my brilliantly naughty kids would likely break it in a day. "Childproof" doesn't really protect against the bright, analytical, and focused minds of kids on the autism spectrum.

I have too many interests to mention. Some of the things I've enjoyed working with are: upcycled cashmere and other types of wool, other varied fabrics, polymer clay, acrylic and watercolor paint, beads, wire, LEDs and simple soldered circuits, exotic woods, embroidery floss, a sewing machine, a blowtorch, scissors, a lathe, shellac, various paper, sugar, crayons, and pencils. I think that should sum up the eclectic mix of things I have posted in my Etsy shop and might post in the future.

This shop accepts Etsy Gift Cards.