Sunday, March 27, 2016

Happy Easter!

A most blessed Easter morning to all of you! It is the hope of all of us here at Really Reasonable Ribbon that you are surrounded by your family and friends as we celebrate this most special day! :)
The projects I am sharing with you today are similar to the ones I posted on my blog for the monthly ribbon club blog hop, if you stopped by for that. I had several requests for some of the wooden rabbits I had made, so I was busy these past few weeks getting them ready to hop to their destinations before Easter morning. ;)
The first pair were going to the same house, so ribbons and flowers are similar.

Items used:  pearl pink roses with scalloped edge grosgrain, brown micro gingham, 5/8" robin's egg satin with stitched center, bay leaf seam binding, moss green gingham, ivory burlap string, parrot green netting, spring moss mini ric rac, Wild Orchid Crafts: magnolias, cosmos, lilies, rosebuds, hip rosebuds, daffodils, aster daisies, light turquoise open roses, and leaves.
The next bunny was going to a home that had a similar color pattern, but I tried to mix up the ribbon choices a bit.  This wooden rabbit is larger than the other ones.  It was already packed up and mailed when I realized I didn't get the measurements of it.  To give you an idea, it's actually larger than the aqua rabbit above.
Items used: pearl pink roses with scalloped edge grosgrain, brown micro gingham, aqua seam binding, aqua gingham plaid, celery gingham plaid, ivory burlap string, Wild Orchid Crafts: magnolias, cosmos, cottage roses, daffodils, rose buds, mini sweetheart blossoms, and leaves.

For more detailed information about these rabbits, head over to my blog, "Just Coffee Please..."

Don't forget to play along in our 'Welcome Spring with Ribbon or Trim' challenge! we'd love to see what you make! :)

3 comments :

  1. wow these creations are stunning and lovely you make a great works. Happy Easter.
    Francy

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  2. Cheers from Japan! ! Happy Easter to you and your family.
    Ryoma

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