Does the Easter Bunny visit your house? He hops to our place every year. He leaves so many treats for our kiddo that it is obvious those goodies are intended for sharing. Good guy that bunny. In his honor I've created a bunny abode. Down the rabbit hole we go!
The base of this piece is a gift box turned on it's head. The lid is now acts as the base, and the bottom is now the top and home to a pretty Burlap Blossom garden.
Follow the ladder and you can spy where that clever bunny keeps his eggs! Create your own ladder with long and standard match sticks. Those little baskets are simply crocheted with Natural Burlap Trims.
The exterior of this piece has been covered with "virtue" from Authentique's Treasure collection. You'll also find an assortment of Petaloo Fancy Trims, more Burlap Blossoms and some Botanica Petite's too.
Inside, more papers from Authentique's Treasure collection: "enhancements", "cheery", "adorable" and "synthesize". The floor is covered with "darling" which I've toned down slightly with a wash of white paint.
And that's that! I do hope the bunny visits us again this year because heaven knows all of the sweets here will need to be replenished ;)
Sturdy gift box
How cute is this!! I love what you did here with the tiny eggs and the foliage on top! Fantastic!ReplyDelete
lumineux et printanierReplyDelete
This just puts me in fantasy land. So fun. Thanks for sharing your talentsReplyDelete
That piece is very very cute.. love that the bunny is NOT there, but you can see all his/her eggs that have been collected. :) Great piece.ReplyDelete
Nichola, that is so beautiful and magical, thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
This is such a beautiful project Nikola! Dreamy as a matter-of-fact!ReplyDelete
This is just adorable, Nichola! Being a bunny nut, something like this would be a perfect addition to my bunny collection. Love the ladder and the little nests with eggs.ReplyDelete