Thursday, 10 March 2016

Bunny, Bunny, Bunny

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Hello.  Welcome.  Just wanted to sneak in an entry to the MFP Hearts and Bunnies blog hop challenge.  I followed Vickie's tutorial to make this fun little treat basket

I know, it's that wabbit again!!  But he's so cute.  And neglected!  So since he's out I thought I'd make good use.  I scored and cut my 6" piece of Bo Bunny paper, glued and added the handle.  Then I stamped, embossed, fussy cut and coloured the Anitas rabbit.  

Surprising how roomy these little baskets are.  Hmmmmm, sweeties.

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Joining the fun at
MFP Stamp Shop Bunnies and Hearts Blog Hop Challenge
Time Out Challenge 51 - Spring/Easter
DRS Designs Challenge 217 - Cut it Out 
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - A Bit O' Green 
One Crazy Stamper March Challenge - Anything Goes 


  1. Hi Gail! I apologize for not commenting sooner. Your basket turned out soooo cute! Thanks for playing along.

  2. hey Gail! this is super cute, luv the adorable basket! I am so glad you played along with us at simon says stamp wednesday challenge!

    sparkle & shine, kindness *~*

  3. I love this basket but I love that bunny even more - such a great image and I love your coloring. Such a fun project! Thanks for sharing it with us in the DRS Designs Challenge - Hugz!!!

  4. Love your bunny basket. So sweet.

  5. So cute, Gail! I was just looking at that bunny today...I've had that image a really long time. Thanks for joining us at DRS Designs.

  6. Just adorable! A really fun Eater project - thanks so much for playing along with us at Time Out! Jill


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