This artist, Yulia Derevschikova from Khabarovsk, Russia, has been delighting animal lovers with her adorable menagerie of lifelike creatures since 2015. She crafts wool fibers into woodland animals that appear beautiful enough to belong in a Disney film.
Each one takes at least 20 hours to make. Derevschikova uses a needle to meticulously fuse the woolen fibers, resulting in fuzzy forms that look like they’re covered in real fur. Each delightful creature is designed with the artist’s distinct, cute style, from baby foxes to tiny rabbits. In addition to their fuzzy bodies, many animals feature wispy whiskers, little noses, and big, beady eyes that bring the cute characters to life.
So without further ado, Let’s dive into the article to check the adorable animals for ourselves.
1. Here’s what the fox says: “I am precious!”
2. This little guy won’t prick you, but he’ll enjoy cuddles!
3. These quokkas’ smiles are contagious!
4. This fuzz ball can decorate our Christmas tree anytime
5. This tiny unicorn is so charming it’s practically magical!
6. Very gentle, winter bunny Down Fluffy Kid has a loving home ❄️ 🐇
7. Hamster 🐹 🐾
8. Lil bunny
9. Little Bambi 🦌
10. Fawn 🦌
11. Gray bunny 🐇
12. Rabbit Mickey 🐰
13. Bunnies 🐇
15. Little Fox Redhead
16. Snow Bunnies
18. Little Cupcake
19. Penguins have come to me this winter 🐧
20. Fabulously beautiful! ❤️
21. One more eared 🐇
22. Chocolate Raccoon
23. This foal galloped its way right into our hearts
24. The best way to describe this baby skunk is stinking cute
25. We can’t be the only ones feeling the love for this cub
26. Alpaca a hug for this beauty
27. And those ears!
28. Those cheeks!
29. This doe-eyed sweetheart gives Bambi a run for his money
30. These bunny buddies would make the perfect Easter decorations
31. This doe-eyed sweetheart gives Bambi a run for his money
32. Move over, Stuart Little! We’ve fallen head over heels for this baby mouse
33. Ugly duckling? More like the most adorable duckling ever!
Weren’t these Adorable? They made us feel loved. What about you? Did you enjoy these cute photographs? Let us know in the comments below!
And if you would love to own one of Derevschikova’s felted creatures, you might be in luck—the artist occasionally takes orders, so keep an eye on her Instagram for updates.