Bunny Notes

I just love bunnies, and we have lots of them in our yard at our home in Massachusetts.

This little bunny was very special and she used to be very still to let me take her photo.

She lived in our garden several years ago, and rain or shine she would greet me when I drove into the driveway.

So, using my digital paintbox, I took this photo and turned it into a painterly image for a print.

Which became an outdoor pillow to welcome Spring.

My bunny pillows are available in my Etsy shop, Frenchscript.  They are available in three sizes and indoor or outdoor fabric.

Bunnies, bunnies, bunnies.  This time of year they go hand in hand with images of Spring.

Blondie's Journal said...

What a happy little guy! And to return each year must be a sign of love! Going to check out the pillows! :)


Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

OH KAREN! HOW GREAT! I love how you took your garden bunny and made her into a pillow. We too have tons of rabbits in our yard and area, and one year we also had a bunny that would run toward us like a puppy when we got home from work. She even came to the back door once, very close, to sniff around. It is AFTER she demonstrated such a boldness that we started leaving her food and she would come to gather her carrots. Then another rabbit came, wanting a chomp at her treasures, and WOW, she extended her little paw and scratched the other guy on the nose! I'd never seen a rabbit be like that!

Wishing you a beautiful day. Anita

Vee said...

Oh charming! The music, the video, the bunnies. It was a little breath of spring for me.

Donna said...

What an adorable little bunny. Love the pillows. You are so creative, Karen.

CelestinaMarie@SouthernDayDreams said...

Love your bunny friend Karen. What
beautiful art work you have created from knowing him. Love your pillows. You are so creative and your talents always inspire.
Wishing you a Happy Spring and many blessing.

The Quintessential Magpie said...

These are adorable, Katen! I love that she visited you each spring! We had pet rabbits growing up, but the wild ones really steal your heart.