Friday, March 11, 2016

Why not invite a Pussy Willow Bunny home this year?


Is it a surprise that a willow family should find endless uses and inspiration in pussy willows? Like clouds, these sprigs are just so uniquely special, they've inspired me all week long. Join us and invite a bunny into your home with these super, simple and cute Pussy Willow Bunny Bouquets! 

Hop along with me below...
I've made oodles of varieties all week long and have had a pretty bunny bouquet gracing our kitchen. I'm planning for more this weekend and just couldn't wait to share these with you! I was so so happy when the idea in my mind's eye, met reality.

Let's get started:
Materials:

Pussy Willows
Vase
Card Stock for Bunnies*
Hole punch (or cutting instrument)

(cut a bunny and embellish, as you'd wish: leave plain, paint, color, glitter, use washi --- you know just what do do, I'm just sure of it!)



HOW TO: 

- Cut and embellish Bunnies from card stock

- Punch a hole on the bunny's bottom.

- Slide the pussy willow through the hole to use as the tail!

- Enjoy!


(And: would you like a template for these? If you would, please just leave a comment below and I'll add one this weekend! )

If you make these Pussy Willow Bunny Bouquets,  I'd love to see what you do with them! I can envision so many variations and would just love to see what you do, too! Use #willowdayproject in Instagram  or share them on FB and tag me!

Wishes for a one wonderful weekend!
Willowday Wishes 



Do you love bunnies? We do. You can find more Bunny Projects here: 




I was thrilled with the results and if you follow me on Instagram then  you know we've been very pussy-willowinspired this week: (here) + (here)





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4 comments:

  1. They are simply adorable! What a great and sweet project for Easter. Love it!

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    1. Thank you so much! Sending you the spirit of the season!

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  2. I love these! Did you ever post a template anywhere?

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    1. I didn't not but, I can add this! I'll drop you a note here when I've added a template. Thanks so much!

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Thank you!