I had seen similar ornaments in ceramic (which I had coveted) in a local craft shop and also on Moonlight and Hares (Karen Davies makes the most beautiful hares which sell out in seconds, but I do have a hare card and print from her which I love) so decided to zhuzh (or zhoosh or zhush, depending where you look) my hare up. As she (I think she is a she) had the night sky decoration, this dictated the gemstones I used. Chris very kindly drilled three small holes along her tummy and I set to work creating the dangles.
I chose to use silver plated wire as it echoed the silver moonlight. I had a lot of fun deciding which of my rather large stash of gemstones to use, but chose those which said 'night', 'moon' , 'ethereal' or 'magical' to me (and are also some of my favourites). I used amethyst, rainbow moonstone, coated haematite and blue goldstone on the first dangle (to the left). The middle one has a pearl, a haematite star and the original moon charm. The third one (on the right) has a blue pearl, crystal quartz and a labradorite on it. I created a wire spiral to hang her from and dropped a little silver pearl from the centre. I am really pleased with the end result and she looks just how I imagined she would (which is often not the case, in my experience).
Edited to add: thanks to Briony for the idea - here are some photos with a ruler to give you an idea of her size -
She's about 16.5 cm in length...