Nina Bunny

We are starting a new challenge over at Crafty Boots and our theme for the next fortnight is Easter. I’ve been busy making a start on my Easter cards, but today I am sharing a fun little Easter themed garden:


You may remember when I transformed Stampotique’s Nina into a unicorn? This time I thought she’d make a pretty cute little bunny so have given her some ears and a teeny, fluffy tail!


She’s also acquired some cute little bunny friends:


These adorable little balls of fluff are by Magda Polakow, who also created Nina, and available as a digital stamp from her Etsy shop. I opted to colour them in different shades of spring pastels. I used a larger version of the stamp to create Nina’s ears. I used an old ribbon spool for the base of my garden, covered it in some designer paper and added fabric around the edge.


I’ve added some stamped flowers, using Carol’s small flower by Stampotique, and a little Egg Hunt sign which is from the Gecko Galz Easter Parade Kit.


Of course there had to be chocolate and those little eggs in the miniature basket are the real deal!


I’m also sharing this over at the Stampotique Designer’s Challenge Blog, for challenge #235, where the lovely Carol has asked us to include spring flowers in our projects.


With Easter being on the early side this year, it seems to be sneaking up all too quickly – I don’t even seem to have time to eat any chocolate 🙂

Thanks for buzzing by.




Nina Bunny — 16 Comments

  1. Love this project from Nina Bunny to the flowers around your garden! So adorable and it shouts Spring, thanks!

  2. This is so creative, amazing work Mrs Beez. I love your pastel powder puff creatures and the cute bunny ears (I can think of one or to little girls who would be very jealous or them). All of the flowers around the edge look fabulous too.

    Dionne xx

    PS This cute scene makes me think of ‘Rag, Tag and Bobtail’ …. takes me back!

      • Rag, Tag and Bobtail were from the the Watch With Mother stable, dating back to the late 50’s early 60’s, they were in black and white of course. Rag, Tag and Bobtail were a hedgehog, a mouse and a rabbit. Five minute stories set along the path they lived on and often featured 5 baby rabbits.

        They were, I assume, glove puppets and I think the reason your little scene reminded me of them was that the path was quite short and looked more like a stage, lots of leaves and flowers in the front to hide the puppeteers.

        I bet they are on You tube.

        Dionne xx

        • I have heard of them but I don’t think it was one that I watched, not sure why as I think it was the same sort of era as Andy Pandy and the Wooden Tops which I loved 🙂

  3. Saw this in the gallery, too. What an adorable decoration! Like Bunny Agatha and the adorable eggs. Pretty flowers, too. 🙂

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