Let your soul stand ajar, always ready to welcome the ecstatic experience. ~ Emily Dickinson

Monday, March 24, 2014


We have all been waiting with bated breath for Spring's long overdue arrival, including Miss Grey Rabbit!

She has been somewhat doubtful, as seen by her solemn expression!! 

Her friends have all tried to offer her some reassurance!

Woodley Rabbit showed her his prize winning carrot and his tin watering can!

Primitive Bunny is sitting on his favorite twig bench!

Winfield Rabbit also has a prize winning carrot, his trusty rake and even a bowl full of fabric eggs!

Woodley sees she still doesn't believe it!!

Maybe this bowl with old cookie cutters and wooden eggs will convince her!

Winfield thinks he can show more proof with this turnip!

Miss Grey and her sweet lamb are starting to get a glimmer of hope!!

So are these two bunnies! 
 The large one was made by Country at Heart and the small pincushion is from the talented hands of my friend Mona Holland of My Old Crow Primitives!
 Love them both!

Herbert Hare agrees!!  He even has a bag of carrots to prove it!!
 Another wonderful rabbit made by Mona!! 

Mama and Baby Hare are believers!!

Yes, it definitely looks like Spring Has Arrived....at least in this dry sink!

A table full of the signs of spring!


Happy Spring everyone!!!

Wishing you all the wonderful signs of Spring~~



Primitive Stars said...

Happy Spring Julie, I adore all you wonderful prim bunny's on your dry sink. Such a beautiful display for Spring, Blessings Francine.

jennifer768 said...

Good morning Julie,so many wonderful bunnies! Your home is so beautiful and I loved seeing the touches of Spring.Many blessings,Jen

old crow said...

Happy Spring Julie,
So glad you are enjoying your bunnies!! Loved your punch needle finish too!! Don't you just love needle punching?
Thanks for sharing your lovely jome and decorating!!

A Primitive Homestead said...

Things are hopping into spring at your household. Your bunny collection is wonderful.

Elisabetta said...

I love all your bunnies, they are so cute!!!

Rugs and Pugs said...

Julie ~
Great bunnies!
Your first punch needle project is wonderful. Next you'll have to try you hand at rug hooking!
Hugs :)

Mugwump Woolies said...

Hi Julie...I'm late...I'm late! Your bunnies are all so sweet! We love our bunnies around here...we even have a couple of real ones that munch in our backyard every evening. Great job on the punch needle and I agree, you need to get hooking!
Have a great week,