Not all bunnies are meant for Easter. I like to make some that are simply all about spring. No eggs. No chocolate. That means you can keep them up well after the Easter candy is gone, which is especially nice this year since Easter came so early in March.
This bunny has been hard at work, tending his garden. He has a wonderful crop of carrots to show for his work.
He is wearing his favorite blue denim overalls and has a little white crepe paper collar. The tops of the carrots are made with green tinsel and he carries a little shovel that I salvaged from a snowman in a jar that I broke. (Don't ever throw stuff away like that!)
This adorable bunny is all dressed up in her favorite green gingham dress, made from paper. She has a matching fluffy green crepe paper collar. Two Swarovski crystals and a gingham bow (on the back) trim the dress.
She carries a bouquet of delicate lavender flowers tied with a white satin bow. She is bringing these flowers to her grandma to brighten her day.
I tried a new way of making the heads and faces on these bunnies. Instead of long and pointy I made them more football shaped. I'm torn as to which face I like the best. David says these. A friend of mine says the other. I guess I will keep doing both!
I hope you are all enjoying your spring!