Thursday, April 14, 2011

Home Sweet Home # 10

Welcome to the Home Sweet Home Party!  I have really been wanting to make this little rabbit for a special little one.   It was very thrifty I had all of the supplies.  I made it a rattle by putting two jingle bells in it's body.

The vintage eggs were some my Mom and I made years ago in a ceramics shop.  It was a fun way to make something for Easter.

 
Making my little rabbit look very old with some Kim Klassen textures.  The textures are called sweet treat and silence.

There is nothing sweeter than a little one's lovey, blanky, and a wee little book of Peter Rabbit.  Thank you for joining me today!
Sherry

I will link to these lovely blogs also.  Go and check them out.
Show and Tell Friday at My Romantic Home
Vintage Inspiration Friday at Common Ground 
Photo Feature Friday  at A Rosy Note
Feather Your Nest  at French Country Cottage
My Favorite Things at Bargain Hunting and Chatting with Laurie
Thrifty Things Friday  at The Thrifty Groove

Guidelines for Home Sweet Home Party:
Please link up your intended post and not just your blog.  Link up something from your home or your garden that you would like to share. (vignettes, food, makeovers, projects, vintage, photography, flowers, etc.) 
Please put a link or my button IN your post so others can find it and join in. The button is on my sidebar.   If you are new here I hope you will become a follower.  No Etsy link ups or direct advertising, please.  Try to mingle and visit other participants.  Thanks.:)
Now let's see your beautiful homes!

57 comments:

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Your bunny is really cute Sherry:@)

Willow said...

What a lovely basket you have made and that bunny is just perfect. You did a great job.

Olga said...

That bunny is just adorable! And the eggs in the basket are so lovely.
Happy Friday!

Michell @ Girl In Air said...

Thank you for hosting!

Kathy said...

Oh Sherry, this is so very sweet! Just love it - it will become a treasure!
God Bless,
Kathy

Diann said...

Hi Sherry! What a sweet and adorable bunny you made! And I love the idea of having the jingle bells inside it! Just so cute. Thank you for hosting and joining me at TTF! I hope you have a wonderful weekend!

My Wonderfully Made said...

That little bunny is SO SO cute! Did you have the pattern or make it up yourself? Care to share :) And how cute to put the bells inside! Lovely and thanks for hosting!

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Ah, Sherry, your bunny is so cute! The eggs are pretty too.

Blessings,
Sandi

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

So cute, Sherry. Thanks for hosting.

Sylvia said...

Sherry , this little rabbit is simply perfect and this little one is very very special !
Thank you for being such a creative host !

Sherry said...

The little bunny pattern was free too, at Martha Stewart.com. I reduced him to 100% instead of the 150% it would print at and he went together really quick. Easy pattern. Here is the link:
http://www.marthastewart.com/how-to/stuffed-bunny
Sherry

Martha said...

What a sweet little bunny! Love the fabric! Thanks for hosting another party :) Have a great weekend!

Kim @ Cheap Chic Home said...

Your bunny is so cute, Sherry, and looks very at home with your vintage eggs.

Pink Overalls @DIY Home Staging said...

That second photo says it all -- the sweetness of childhood. It's very nostalgic. And who doesn't love that book? The colors are perfect, so comforting.

I found you at A Rosy Note today.

Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

I have to agree there is nothing sweeter! Such a charming vignette of your clever bunny! LOVE the fabric!

La said...

Hi Sherry! Your bunny is so sweet. Any little one would be happy to receive this little guy in his or her basket.

I like the way the texture transforms the feel of your picture.

Sherry @ No Minimalist Here said...

Hi Sherry, The little bunny is adorable! Thank you for hosting this fun party.
Hugs,
Sherry

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Oh that little bunny is just so precious. I love the eggs too. Such gorgeous pictures and you are so right, a bunny, blanket and book are just about perfect. Thanks for hosting such a lovely party. Hugs, Marty

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

Like the Velveteen rabbit I am sure that he will be so well loved he'll become "real". :)

Vintagesouthernlife said...

That little bunny is so cute!

Cheryl~ZanyMayd said...

That bunny is the sweetest, is it Laura Ashley Fabric?

A Vintage Vine said...

Great pictures! Visiting from A Rosey Note!

the little things... said...

I found you through visiting A Rosey Note. This is so fun! I am fairly new to blogging and this is great! I love your photos!

Confessions of a Plate Addict said...

I love your bunny, Sherry...so sweet! Happy weekend...hugs...Debbie

Wendy@Once upon a rose haven said...

Your bunny is so cute! Thank you for hosting.
Blessings ~Wendy

Shirley said...

Dear Sherry, that is the sweetest bunny I have ever seen. So perfect for a little one to hug and squeeze and hear it jingle! I'm smiling from ear to ear..it's adorable...

A Rosy Note said...

Gosh that little rabbit is cute. I love the fabric. I like the texture on your photo too...it does give it a nice vintage look, doesn't it? Thanks so much for linking up to the very first Photo Feature Friday :)

Tricia ♥

Pam said...

Very cute bunny! Love your texture.

Linda (More Fun Less Laundry) said...

Hi Sherry, Your bunny is so sweet and there is nothing like a favorite blanky to make life happy! I have some easter ceramics that my mom made too. Ceramics was a favorite pastime of hers in the 70s and I remember her going out with her girlfriends every Wednesday night to be creative! Linda

La Vie Quotidienne said...

Your little bunny is just adorable and who can resist Beatrice Potter. Love your application of textures ~ very pretty, and thank you for hosting. (-:

Atelier de Charo said...

So sweet little bunnie!

Hugs
Charo

Valerie@chateaualamode.typepad.com said...

That little Easter bunny is super cute. It would look darling in an Easter basket.

Trisha said...

Such a cute bunny! New follower & I just linked up too :) Thanks for hosting!
Trisha
www.roundshop.blogspot.com

sweet european dreams said...

hi Sherry. The bunny is adorable. I have to say that all the handmade gifts that have been given to my children are keepers - they mean so much to me that they were made just for them. Glad I could link up with you & your friends this week! -diane http://www.sweeteuropeandreams.com

Sana said...

ohh. these are such cute little things, simply adorable and these are what make a home more comfortable and fit to be called a home!!

x0x0x0
Dubai Tours and Excursions

Concetta said...

What a beautiful post - thank you for hosting this party and sharing with us today!
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Concetta

Concetta said...

So incredibly cute!! Thank you for hosting this week's party!
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Concetta

imriz said...

cute little bunny:)

i am a new follower here:)

http://www.diyandmore.com/?p=413

Debbie said...

You have just inspired me to drag out some old bunnies and the like from the girls' memory boxes and use them for Easter. Thanks!

Bonnie@Creative Decorating said...

Thanks for hosting! Love the bunny! I am linking up my work office that decorated to feel more like home!

Deanna said...

hi Sherry!
luv your bunny!!!
so cute and displays well.
fun to join your party.
first time for me.

God Bless and may you have a sweet Spring,
d from homehaven

stefanie said...

ahhhh, what a sweetie bunnie!

bj said...

O, I am just sick that I forgot to link with you, Sherry. There's too many parties for this olden mind to think about....I LOVE your meme. I like it so much because it covers so many things..all things about HOME. I love that.

That is the sweetest bunny. You did a great job on it.

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

Awwww, Sherry, that bunny is so sweet. The eggs you and your mother made are lovely, and your photos are always wonderful. Thanks for hosting, and thanks for linking to Favorite Things. laurie

xinex said...

So very cute and adorable, Sherry! The recipient will love it and will be very pleased....Christine

Patricia Torres said...

oh my gosh!! that bunny is just adorable... Thanks for hosting this gorgeous party.. I've linked in again this week :-)

AshTreeCottage said...

Hi Sherry! Your bunny is just the sweetest, cutest little guy!! I love your ceramic eggs too. I long to take a ceramics class after seeing yours! Thanks for being our lovely hostess.

Love,
Susan and Bentley
xxoo

Debra@Common Ground said...

Sherry, this bunny is just so precious. Love the floral fabric! And how wonderful that you still have the eggs that you made with your mom. Thanks so much for linking up with VIF! xoxo Debra

Cozy Little House said...

What a sweet bunny, and I love those eggs!
Brenda

Courtney ~ French Country Cottage said...

Such a sweet bunny Sherry!! I'm all linked up- thanks for hosting and for sharing at FNF! :)

Bella said...

Hi Sherry,
Your sweet bunny is the most darling! Love the eggs you made with your mom:-))
Thanks for being our hostess:-)
Hugs,
Bella

Alabaster Rose Designs said...

Hi Sherry,
I absolutely love the little bunny you made, it is so precious!!! Your photos looks just beautiful!
Hope you have a wonderful weekend.
Sincerely,
Melinda

Bella said...

Hi Sherry :-)
Yes the David Austins OMG!!!
I went to the web page and lost half a day, have you been?
here is a link...
http://www.davidaustinroses.com/
Hugs,
Bella

fairfieldhousenj.com said...

Sherry,

What a sweet vintage looking bunny you've created for someone special! I'm sure it will bring lots of smiles. Thank you for hosting this wonderful linky party. This is my first visit to your blog but I will be returning!

Deborah

Sarah said...

Sherry, that is adorable! Perfect for little hands.
Sorry I'm late commenting. I've been out of town and just now getting to the computer for some time to visit. ~ Sarah

Tiff said...

Your bunny is so sweet, I love that fabric! The photo with the texture is gorgeous too! X

NYCLQ said...

So happy to have found your party today! More great ideas and bloggers to meet! Happy Spring and thanks for hosting!

:D Lynda

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