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Sunday, March 4, 2012


The Easter Bunny decided to visit us early this year.
Isn't he cute. He stopped by after we received all that snow on Wednesday. I think there was close to a foot of snow.
Here is a heart pinkeep that I recently made. This can be purchased here in town at The Blue Awning.
I also made these pinkeeps. I purchased the teapot and mug from Goodwill and made them into the pinkeeps. The zinc lid I picked up at an estate sale. You can also purchase these pinkeeps at The Blue Awning.
Here is the primrose that my husband gave me for Valentine's Day. It is such a pretty color.
Here is my Amaryllis. I planted the bulb the end of December and it was blooming for Valentine's Day. It wasn't supposed to bloom until closer to Easter but I had it in a really warm room and it grew like a weed.
This was the first bloom. It had three more blossoms after this one started blooming. They were all this dark red color.


Robin at The Primitive Hutch said...

Hi Becky!
Such a cute bunny!
All your creations are wonderful ~ love the teapot pinkeep!
Beautiful flowers!
Prim Blessings

Sheila said...

Good morning Becky!
I do believe we have some of your bunnies relatives living in our backyard! "They" make an appearance a few times a week when they come out of the scrap wood pile they live in.
Your pinkeeps are beautiful. Love that you used such special pieces to create them with.
LOVE that primrose and amaryllis, the colors are stunning.
Wishing you a wonderful week.

Susan At Glen Oaks Primitives said...

Good Morning Becky:
Sweet little bunny, I never see any around here.
Your pinkeeps are beautiful and I love the imagination you have, putting them on the most unusual and beautiful objects.
Your plants are gorgeous, especially the primrose. I manage to kill my indoor plants somehow.

Sandi @ The Primitive Skate said...

Hello becky-
We have a few of those Easter Bunnies around our place also.
I Love your pin keeps.
And your flowers are beautiful! Love the colors!
We recived alot of snow here in Black creek, too! Warmer temperatures this week, hopefully it will melt! Enjoy your week!


Cynthia Laube said...

Hi Becky, I have come by way of Country Pickins. I love your stairway to heaven music, I put
"your stairway lies on the whispering wind' in my yearbook.
1976. We both love to garden and i LOVE your salt dough ornies. Do you take custom orders? I have a shop on Etsy and wanted to include some of your ornies in my wreaths. I currently use dolls from my collection, and Raggedies from collenscraftshed and craftystitchers. Please slip me a line @ floweringangellc@AOL.COM