Making Olaf a Snuggli

Hi everyone!

A snuggli is a thing my brother invented (just pronounce it snuggly).  It is to keep outdoor bunnies warm! It’s basically just a warm place for them to hide in, but here is how we made one.

To make the base of a snuggli, just get some cinderblocks and make a square.

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The little parts where there aren’t any cinder blocks are for her water bottle and food compartment.

Make sure to leave a cinder block like this so your rabbit can actually get in!

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To make her food compartment get a wooden box that has both its ends sawed off. You will also need some nails and a piece of fabric.

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Nail your fabric to the box thingy so that it makes a curtain.

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Stick it in the little slot.

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See? Now you can see why we left two parts open. 🙂

Stick her food bowl in!

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Jeff made this food bowl for Olaf, but she uses it as a chew toy too. 😉

Set a rectangle crate on top of the cinder blocks.

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Put a board over the water bottle’s spot too.

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Then get an old rug and put it over the crate.

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Cover the snuggli with straw!

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Ta-da!! And that’s a snuggli. Yoshi has a snuggli in his cage and the doe rabbits have two snugglis but they look a lot different. 🙂
I wrote this post around a month ago, so the quality of the photos is pretty bad. Yoshi now lives in this snuggli, but we modified it a little. 😀

I’m going to do two of the Christmas Challenges because I only have FIVE DAYS LEFT UNTIL CHRISTMAS!  Isn’t that just amazing?

Day Six: Some Christmas Quotes.

By my little sister Carmen: “For some reason, when Christmas is coming, we just get so excited!”


Yeah, only two….

Day seven: A Christmas Poster using PicMonkey.





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