Bunny Rabbit Roundup

Because I’m thinking about Easter, and because I still call my 13 year old son “Bunny”, I’m rounding up a few of my favorite bunny rabbit things.

I kind of want everything by author and illustrator Catherine Rayner.
Check out this funny guy.

Absolutely gorgeous illustrations by Sarah Leea Petkus.

8x 10 print of my original painting. Unframed and printed on quality white matte paper.  Each print is hand signed.

This is magnetic wallpaper. I must have it. At Groovy Magnets.


Hey, little bunny nose! Art by Donna McKenzie.

White Rabbit Art Print  Where's Alice by corelladesign on Etsy, $20.00

Delivery Rabbit. Where you taking that Venus Flytrap?  Interesting artist Audrey Benjaminsen.

Audrey Benjaminsen

Birds and bunnies over at Fabrics and Papers.

Harvest Hare Wallpaper Excellent lino print wallpaper with Mark Hearld rabbit and bird design in lead blue.


Bird Tuesday

What can I say – I love bird-centric design.  Why not a Tuesday to round some up?


You can’t help but feel happy when you see Helen Dardik‘s work. Here’s a particularly Spring-y one.



Mid-modern style and birds all in one? Charley Harper is always one of my favorites.

Sing Spring - Click Image to Close



Love the animal illustrations from Ola Liola at TevaKiwi.

Chickadee Song // SALE 3 for 2 // singing bird watercolors art print, size 10x8 (No. 43)



Amazing book sculptures by artist Su Blackwell.



Here Comes Peter Cottontail…

Oh my goodness. Easter is around the corner, which means Spring is here. Woo Hoo!

Because I have the new little one, I have an excuse again to dye Easter eggs! My son is now 13, and finally kind of over it.

Looking for something a bit more beautiful than what I usually do – the supermarket dye kits – here are some inspirational egg decorating ideas.


Gorgeous natural dyed eggs from BigSisLilSis.

Natural Dye Colored Easter Eggs


More nature-inspired eggs. Herb Stenciled Easter Eggs from Adventures in Cooking.


So dainty. From Urban Comfort.



Mixing typography and bright colors, these eggs are so fun. Found at The SoHo.

new york easter eggs


More graphic design inspired eggs. Love these – from Martha Stewart.


Pretty, pretty, pretty – using stamps and decoupage. From Paper-Scissors-Superheros.



What are your favorite ways to decorate Easter Eggs?

Hi There!

Oh, Hello! So glad you stopped by!

Here begins my foray into bloggerland. Don’t you know that feeling where your brain is going crazy trying to keep up with all your ideas? Yeah, me too. That’s why I’m here – to park them and hopefully put some of them to use!

Who am I? Well, depends on which moment you catch me. I’m a mother first – a baby girl under 1 (my sweet little angel bird) and a teenage boy. I’m a wife, an artist, a crafter, a marketing professional, a graphic designer, and… well, just lots of people.  Generally, a lover of pretty things.

I’m hoping to share my inspiration, as well as to gain inspiration from you!

Ready? Let’s do this thing!

The little bird looking at her first snow.