Friday, February 19, 2010

I have joined in on a challenge that Denise of KKL Primitives is having. This is what she wrote on her selling blog...

*FREEbie Bunny Pattern - With A Small Hitch

I thought it would be fun to share my bunny pattern with my readers. The 'fun' part is that I am only sharing the bunny template with no directions!! ha ha. You do your own thing to the bunny and then send me a photo of your finished bunny so we can see how many different looks this bunny pattern can have. There are 3 pieces, the upper body, lower body ( tape these together ) and leg and arm templates. Will your bunny be primitive, shabby chic, folkartsy, cutesy?

This was a fun project! She is going to post the results from the others that participated on Feb. 24th. But I would like to show you what I have done with her bunny pattern!
This is Ms. Chocolate Bunny dressed in her finest Easter attire!

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I made her out of muslin and then painted her a chocolate brown. She has painted eyes and embroidered nose & mouth. Her dress is a pink floral cotton with a Battenburg collar and apron. I've placed a rusty pin holding a lace & rose on her collar and a rusty heart on her apron. She is holding a mini tin bucket that I've grungied up. In the bucket are 3 fabric eggs nestled in some spanish moss.
You can also see the bunny that Denise made if you check out her blog.

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Blogger KKL Primitives said...

Judy, I just love your bunny!!! I hope you don't mind, but I added your description of how you made her to the challenge photos I posted this morning. She looks great!!! Thanks again for participating & I'm glad you found it to be a fun project. Please be sure to check back at the blog soon as there will be another challenge!!


February 24, 2010 at 8:47 AM  

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