Monday, March 29

The "Hoppy" Bunny

When I was a kid, I loved paper dolls. I also loved fabric, glue, glitter, lace and trims, buttons, and anything one could use to be creative!! My mother and dad encouraged our creativity. They appreciated everything we made whether we were a kid making crafts and projects or an adult enjoying our hobbies. It was only natural to make things so in 2004, instead of buying an Easter card, I made this one for my mom and dad. I used it for the "Bunny Button" for the Good Eggs Giveaway that ended yesterday. I promised I would share the pattern.......
And so, here is the "Hoppy" (which means "Happy" in bunny-talk) Bunny and he or she is in dire need of clothes. You can take this bunny pattern and use it to create a card for some-bunny that you love............... can print it on cardstock and let your kids or grandkids have some "paper-bunny" fun!
There is a page of outfits for a bunny named Henrietta Hoppy and she also has her own Easter basket complete with a brand-new baby chick!

There is a page of outfits for a bunny named Henry Hoppy and he also has his own Easter basket but he is looking forward to munching on that chocolate Easter bunny!

All you have to do is right click on each image and save to your computer and then print the page. I'll be posting these patterns to my Seasons BOM Yahoo group where I can post them as PDF files. Sorry, but Blogger doesn't have an upload for PDF's. If you are interested in joining the group, just click on the Redwork Angel button on the sidebar and it will take you to the "join this group" page.
I have been actively working as a Certified Easter Bunny Assistant the past few days and will post photos of that activity in my next post. :-)
Have fun with the "Hoppy" bunny!


julietk said...

Thank you for sharing :-) Mu Mum encouraged creativity too. Even today I miss showing her my latest make :-)

julietk said...

Doesn't it just drive you mad that you can't correct typos in comments :-}

Marika said...

Verry nice , I like it,.
I wish you a nice Eastern,i would go to London,
kind regards Marika

Pat said...

How very cute, Sandi....As always, you are so kind to all your blogging friends!!!

joanne lendaro said...

Thanks for sharing your pattern Sandi! The bunny is very cute and will make for a great paper bunny doll.

Kaye said...

Sandi, its adorable. My grandsons from NY are here for the Easter Visit and we have rain, rain and more rain. Will print these and they can keep busy for a while Thanks for giving these to us

Janet said...

Thank you, Sandi. They are so cute. I loved paper dolls as a child. I don't even know if they make them now. I can remember playing with mine for hours. I guess these were like Barbie dolls are now. We didn't have Barbie then, but we loved to play dress up with paper dolls. Have a great Easter! Thanks for all your work on the Hopp and sharing your talent with all of us.

Nanette Merrill and daughters said...

Super super cute. I love paper dolls. I wish I could draw like you.

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