A post-Easter bunny for you today, with a quote from Beatrix Potter. This collage came together so quickly, with a minimum of fuss. I panicked a bit, towards the end, thinking I was going to get all the words on. But I managed to just fit them all in (I really need to get better at mapping these things out before I start them…). I love the vintage bunny, and it was a change to work with the pink tones too.
Have a good day – thanks for stopping by 🙂
Just for something a little different…I used this mini bread board for a collage base, and it turned out pretty well. Nice, flat surface to work on and the grain in the wood adds an extra bit of visual detail. I’d been wanting to use the bunny (actually, I think it’s a hare…) on something and I think it’s just right for this project. I had to add wings of course, and the crown comes from a book of fairy tales in my cutting-up box. There’s now a princess looking a bit peeved because someone has pinched her head gear…
I’m giving myself a pat on the back for the straightest, non-wonky letter stamping I have ever done. A pure fluke, but a happy fluke nonetheless. I didn’t want to ruin the whole thing by doing bodgy lettering which, sadly, seems to be happening to me a lot lately. I have lots of un-finished pieces because I am too scared to put the words on…
Hope you are having a non-wonky, non-bodgy, successful and happy weekend.
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Just an extremely quick quickie post today, showing you what I made for my workmates for Easter. I wanted to photograph it nicely and make things look all prettified and classy…but that didn’t happen, so here’s a picture of the little baggies I made, sitting
un-artistically on a colleague’s desk.
I bundled up little bags of chocolate-covered peanuts (“Bunny Poo”) and some Easter eggs (“Bum Buts” – an Aussie slang term for eggs), made up a little label and bunged it all together in a white paper bag. Not fancy, but I think it was cute enough.
Hope you have a delightful Easter weekend, regardless of your religion and beliefs.
I, for one, am just looking forward to some days off and time at home. It’s supposed to be a bit cool and murky, weather-wise, so time spent snuggled up inside sounds good to me, even if I am bemoaning the start of the colder weather and already wishing it was Summer again. Hopefully I will get some crafting done and just chill, de-stress and rest. I foresee some sleeping-in in my very near future ie tomorrow, most likely.
Eat lots of chocolate for me!