From the top -a gorgeous digital collage from Debby in Canada, a pretty card with a vintage image from ARTchix Studio from Sallie in CA who shares a love of ARTchix images, a stunning felted card that shimmers like magic -and those ocean colors had me swoon-from Patty in VA, the beautiful card with the awesome intricate die cut is from LuAnn-who actually lives only a few miles from me in PA-however, it took her card an extra week to get here arriving only last Saturday. Can you believe it? Thank you lovely friends for thinking of me with your special hand made greetings!
On to the bunnies. I've always adored bunnies -especially the lops ( the long-eared ones) and have a bit of a collection of bunnies. I'll only share a few I thought you might enjoy. But first, you must watch this very short video. And my son is right -this could SO be me :)
Here is a collage of a set of coffee bowls I bought in France some years ago:
And to give you an idea of the size here is a pic of me at my aunt's house having breakfast in a typical bowl for coffee the last time I was in France (almost 6 years ago):
This is a cute but unusual bunny that was gifted to me-do you know what makes it unusual?? Take a guess. I'll show you at the end of this post.
And this is a small table vignette-books and bunnies :)
Since St Patrick's Day will soon be here I wanted to start by making a fabric hanging to decorate:
Asst. fabrics, transparency ( Paper Whimsy), crocheted lace, 4 leaf clover button, vintage buttons, rubber stamp, hand dyed ribbon, dowel, glitter glue. Too bad I couldn't capture the lovely look of the glitter glue all over the lace bottom. No, it's not sewn with any precision and there are loose threads but that's the way I like it and I'm sticking to it!
So did anyone guess about the bunny? It was a gift for my baby shower and here's what's special:
Please feel free to join me over at Elizabeth and Bleubeard's for T Stands For Tuesday and see what all the lovelies are sharing this week. And now I will get a hot cup of tea while I hop along the link ups :)
I thought this quote quite appropriate to end this post since it is flurrying at the moment.
" In every winter's heart there is a quivering Spring..." Kahlil Gibran