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Stim Toys and Fidgets

Weighted Bunny Lap Pad

17.50

This colorful little friend is great for light pressure stimming. It can be used as a lap pad or for added pressure anywhere on the body.

Filled with two pounds (0.9 kilos) of rice, it is also perfect for putting in the freezer or the microwave for a little extra added sensory comfort!

The fabric used to make the bunnies is 100% cotton and has a neutral texture; not very fuzzy, but also not rough. Many different colors and patterns will come in and out of stock, so if you have your eye on a specific fabric, act quickly!

Color note: Currently available colors/patterns are shown above (square swatches, purple bunny is for display purposes only and no longer available). Please specify your color choice in the comments section of your order. 

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Additional Info

  • Size: 14 inches (36 cm) tall x 6-8 inches (15-20 cm) wide x ~1 inch (2.5 cm)  thick
  • Weight: About 2 pounds (0.9 kilos)
  • Materials: cotton exterior; filled with rice
  • WARNING: Choking Hazard - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years. Recommended for ages 8 and up.

Care Instructions

Avoid contact with water, because of the nature of this product (filled with rice). Suggested microwave time is between a minute and thirty seconds and two minutes. If you need to clean the exterior fabric of your bunny, take a damp cloth with a tiny bit of hand soap to the spot that needs to be treated and rub gently.

About the Artist

Asa is an autistic artist located on the east coast. She grew up in Pennsylvania and has also lived in Ohio and Delaware. She loves to draw, paint, sew, color her hair, sing and play guitar, and experiment with any other artistic medium she can get her hands on! Her current career goal is to be a tattoo artist, but she has studied dance, theater and music as well. She is employed as a barista which she feels helps sate her artistic hunger while she works.

You can follow her on tumblr at clamperls.tumblr.com and on instagram as @ricefu_asa, or she can also be found running with the wild animals under the light of the moon.