upcycled clothing, ceramic miniatures, dolls and more

334 Sales


upcycled clothing, ceramic miniatures, dolls and more

334 Sales On Etsy since 2009

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Meow and Mr. Rabbit

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Meow and Mr. Rabbit


We like the darkness...

Sitting here in a dark room and trying to think of what to write about us and our little shop is no easy task.
We are a small collective of two people plus one ferret. We all live and work together and are continually working on this shop. You could definitely say that our etsy shop is a work in progress.

We find plain colored shirts at thrift stores, yard sales, and in bargain bins and then turn them into something unique. Mr. Rabbit is the one that does this. There is probably some kind of magic in the bleach that makes the clothing turn all kinds of unpredictable colors.

Tiny ceramic animals, houses and mushrooms are all carefully hand sculpted, fired, painted with glaze, and then fired again before finally being photographed and listed for sale.
Right now these mini ceramics are made exclusively by meow.
Mr. Rabbit creates 3-dimensional works of art with gas masks and such. (Although he does occasionally try his hand at sculpting a shadow creature out of clay now and then for the fun of it!)

Meow also makes jointed porcelain dolls and one of a kind fairy creatures made from polymer clay.

We list just about anything handmade that we have to sale. Sometimes we want to make keychains, magnets, masks, paintings or all kinds of things! We are constantly trying new things when we have the time and we let our shop reflect that. Recently we also have added some vintage items for your pleasure!


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Shop members

  • Meow & Mr. Rabbit


    We are co-owners of this shop. We both contribute our own items and sometimes we collaborate and work on items together. We're like two peas in a pod, yin and yang, peanut butter and jelly. Working together forever!

  • Chompers

    The Ferret

    The incredible Chompers is our resident ferret. A group of ferrets is called a business and she thinks she's the head of our business and that everything that goes on in our home is also her business. She is currently the only pet living with us.

Shop policies

Last updated on November 4, 2014
Hello and thank you for taking the time to stop by our shop.

We are a collective of two. Myself, Leah/meow, and my dear partner Mr. Leo. We sell little handmade things such as dolls and fairies and OOAK t-shirts.

I will try to keep the following policies clear and direct but if you have any questions at all please don't hesitate to send us an email/conversation.

Accepted payment methods

  • Pay with Visa
  • Pay with Master Card
  • Pay with American Express
  • Pay with Discover
  • Pay with PayPal
  • Buy with Apple Pay
  • Pay with Sofort
  • Pay with iDeal
  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
  • Other Method
We accept paypal and credit cards through etsys direct checkout.
We also accept etsy gift cards.

Payment is expected within 7 days of placing an order. If payment is not received within this time frame the transaction will be canceled.
Within the USA, we most commonly ship using USPS First Class Mail for packages under 13oz and USPS priority for heavier packages.

International orders are normally shipped using USPS first class international mail as it is the most affordable option.
Please note that international buyers are responsible for any and all duties and customs charges that their country my put on incoming packages.

We ship within 5 days of receiving cleared payment, though normally sooner and often the next day.
Refunds and Exchanges
In the event that a package is lost or arrives damaged please contact us immediately so that we can work together to resolve the issue.
Additional policies and FAQs
If you have any questions or concerns at all please don't hesitate to contact us.

Thank you very much for taking the time to read.

FAQ #1: "How do you make the acid washed shirts? Is it just bleach sprayed over top of a mask/template onto the shirt?"

The answer to this question is "yes, sort of." That's like asking someone who paints canvasses, "You just use paint and brushes, correct?" So, yes, I use those things (although many of the shirts do not have any sort of a template at all), but it's what you do with those items that makes or breaks the process and final product. Thanks for your interest!