Wednesday, March 19, 2014

A Sweet Girl & her Bunny

I am pleased to be the feature designer over at the blog today!  It has been awhile since I've done any scrapbooking, so I decided to create a springtime/Easter layout using one of Paper Crafting World's adorable bunny files.

My daughter loves bunnies and one of her favorite shows when she was little was "Max and Ruby."  When she was about 15 months old we made the bunny in the photo below at our local Build-A-Bear and dubbed her "Ruby."  Ruby was her constant companion and bedtime buddy for many years.  Now that she is almost 10, Ruby has a place of honor among her stuffed animals.  

I used the Spring Brown Bunnies cutting file from PCW along with an egg and font from the SCAL (Sure Cuts A Lot) library.  The completed bunny measures 5 3/4" tall and is made of scraps from my stash.  I cut two of the grass sections and three eggs in various sizes.  The font is Brush Script.  The background paper and paper I used for the eggs has a shimmer to it -- it is from Designs by Reminisce.

The journaling block reads . . . A girl and her bunny . . . Ruby has been your constant companion since you were about 15 months old.  Shortly before Easter we took you to have your 3 year old portraits made and you insisted on dressing Ruby up and including her in your photos.  Your statement to me was "Momma, Ruby needs her pictures taken, too.  We can leave a copy of it for her daddy, the Easter Bunny!"

Here is a closer look at that cute little bunny.

Thanks so much for stopping by and sharing some of your crafty time with me!

~ Jen

1 comment:

Marie97 said...

Adorable layout! Love the pieced bunny. TFS