Faux fur a chair??? Creative! Then you just go get a fawn and voila! Completed look! :D

Texture - deer on fur chair . beautiful, I wish I could pet this baby deer

Wide-Eyed Wonder, Whitetail Fawn - Big Meadows, Shenandoah National Park | by Larry W Brown, via Flickr

Wide-Eyed Wonder, Whitetail Fawn In The Big Meadows At The Shenandoah National Park. Fawns Are Baby Deer!

And bond, they did. Ip, as she was called for short, was very affectionate, and snuggled up to Audrey when they were sleeping.

And bond, they did. Ip, as she was called for short, was very affectionate, and snuggled up to Audrey when they were sleeping.

Audrey Hepburn Had A Pet Deer Named Pippin ─ Audrey met Pippin while shooting the 1959 movie Green Mansions. Ip, as she was called for short, was very affectionate, and snuggled up to Audrey when they were sleeping.

Deer Tracks Junction in Cedar Springs, MI, is caring for this beautiful piebald fawn rejected by his mother.  It will be awhile before he can see visitors, but he is doing well and playing.

Rare white-faced deer rejected by mom, but in loving hands

Rare white faced piebald deer named Dragon. Despite being rejected by its mother because of an unusual coloration, a rare piebald, white-faced deer is thriving.

Audrey Hepburn and her pet deer Pippin. Photo Credit: Everett Collection.

Audrey Hepburn Had A Pet Deer Named Pippin

Before I started working on Green Mansions, I photographed Audrey and the little fawn deer that was living with her. The animal trainers advised the production that if they wished the fawn to.

Audrey Hepburn Had A Pet Deer Named Pippin | I freaking love Audrey Hepburn

Audrey Hepburn Had A Pet Deer Named Pippin

A list of my favorite images of actress Audrey Hepburn and her pet fawn Pippin, whom she nicknamed Ip. In 1958 the British actress was making the film Green Mansions, directed by then-husband Mel Ferrer

Un hymne à l'amour inter-espèces en 30 photographies touchantes

Un hymne à l'amour inter-espèces en 30 photographies touchantes

If your kids love deer- they will love seeing many of these creatures on Miyajima island - just don't try to eat anything (or read a map or do any coloring on paper around them as they eat anything resembling food ;) this is such a sweet shot: deer love

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