bunny on a stick

There's a bunny on a stick party going on!
Check out Barb's blog for more bunny on a stick decor.

Here are my bunnies. I wanted to soften the bright green, so I wrapped them in strips of burlap.
I haven't decided if it's cute or if it looks like the bunnies just got home from the hospital!



This bunny is ready for his close up.

Below is a close up of the toile bunny fabric I used for the background of these photos.


19 comments:

  1. Cute idea! This gives the bunnies a bit more of a vintage look. :-) Love the pots and the fabric, too! Susan

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  2. I love the bunny toile and the urns are so cute! Home from the hospital...lol...you are so funny!! We are all having so much fun with the bunnies!...Debbie

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  3. So cute! Wonder what they got themselves into to be hospitalized!! Love your backdrop.
    Happy BoaS day!

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  4. I think the bunnies are cute, no matter what they're wearing...lol...you could probably put a tutu on them too. But seriously, it gives it a little country look, very inventive. Love those pots too. Debbie

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  5. Well, first I've got to say that the bunny toile is absolutely darling! Where did you find it? I think these little bunnies are cute no matter what we do with them!
    xo...Kathy

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  6. I love the toile!! The bunnies look very cute all dressed in burlap!

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  7. Oh my - that fabric is to die for!!! I actually think the wrapped buns are cute. I like the grouping of three. Thanks for joining in the BosS party, and thank. Blessings, Barb

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  8. So cute! I DO love that fabric - just darling! ~ Robyn

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  9. I'm a big toile fan so I'm loving the bunny toile! Your bunnies look so cute lined up in the urns!

    Manuela

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  10. Bunny fabric is adorable:)
    Joyce

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  11. Love the three in a row and I love the bunny toile too!

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  12. You are so creative! I truly lol with your comment about home from the hospital! I love your urns AND that bunny toile fabric.

    I scrolled on down. Your son IS truly a handsome young man. Your blog is very nice.

    Thanks for visiting me this morning. Do come again!

    Donna

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  13. What a clever idea! The burlap does soften the look. I have a bunny on stick but featured him in my tablescape last Thursday. The bunny toile is divine! Where ever did you find it? Love the vignette in the first pictue. Love the way you have accessorized the table.

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  14. Loved this look..too funny girl..hugs and smiles Gl♥ria

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  15. Love your idea!! I think you really can't go wrong with these little guys!! Love the bunny toile!! Ldydy

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  16. You used some creative thought here! I like it, like the pots and fabric too!
    Linda Q

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  17. Thanks so much for stopping by my blog, this bunny show and tell is FUN! LOL I love your bunnies, you are very clever. And that fabric is to die! Stop back anytime! Sue

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  18. Hi Lisa - I visited you this morning, but had to come back and tell you how much I enjoyed your bunny post. Seems we have very similar tastes - I love all things toile and burlap too. Your Pink Saturday pic of the nest and eggs in the glass jar looks almost identical to what's on my table right now.

    Blessings,
    Tee

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  19. I love how you were creative "with
    the too much green" bunnies ! Great
    job, ~hugs, Kammy

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