Monday, 3 March 2008

Binkying Bunny Card

Inspire Me Thursday's prompt this week is 'Leap'. This of course made me think of the binky (the rabbit leap of joy) which in turn seemed an ideal theme for an Easter card. So here is an Easter card featuring our much missed rabbit Anya binkying. The card is made from an offcut from a discarded publication that I rescued from the recycling bin at work, the paper is cut from an old letter.

13 comments:

Janice Thomson said...

That's cute and a nice memorial to your rabbit
"Binkying" - I must admit I've never heard of that

colleen said...

I'm loving the word leap. It seems to go with spring and needs to leap into a poem or a collage.

Charlie said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog. I love all the recycling you do. Great work. Sometime check out my other blog "Picture This"... We have some green going on too.

Crafty Green Poet said...

Janice- I think mostly only rabbit owners have heard of binkying!

Colleen - it is a great word isn't it?

Charlie - thanks I will stop by your other blog sometimes

johanna said...

what a cute bunny! looking forward to easter after seeing this :)

Deb G said...

Very sweet! Love how you recycle.

squirrelmama said...

That "binky" is also a wonderful leap of creativity!!!

Cheryl Finley: said...

The Binkying Bunny is adorable...he's springing into play time! Made me smile... thanks!

FlamingoGirl said...

Wonderful bunny card. It put me in the mood for Easter! I love that you use recycled materials.

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mbc said...

Great way to use recycled materials! Thanks for coming by my blog!

Computerarte said...

Thanks for the nice words!
I like your rabbit:)

AscenderRisesAbove said...

this reminds me so much of the pet the cat book for toddlers. too cute

Laura Scarlett said...

Wow I love it. Great way to honour the memory of your pet. I just noticed you live in my favourite city in the world - I'm so jealous! Hope the weather isn't too bracing (!) at this time of year. I'm sure it looks beautiful as ever though. Best wishes and thanks for visiting my blog. Laura x