The Happyish Homestead

Thursday, March 27, 2014

Bunny Bunting

It’s Spring Break here.

Which means rain is forecasted for the rest of the week and Spencer has pink eye.

Ah well.


I made this bunny silhouette bunting.

I used some pom-poms for their tails I had made for something else that didn’t work out.

And, apparently, they’re slightly patriotic.


I saw a music sheet bunny garland somewhere and wanted to make one.



And the kids made some Easter egg and bunny cut out crafts.


I put together some book page burlap bunnies.

I used a copy of Winston Churchill’s Their Finest Hour which for some reason I had two copies of. 

Which was a fine idea.

Until I’m putting the bunnies together and had to hide words like: Hitler, Nazis, and so forth.



Hope you’re day is AWESOME,



  1. :) Happy Spring Break! Wish I had the energy to decorate seasonally. Someday soon I'll muster it. Thanks for inspiring me!

  2. I always feel a little ashamed that, as a mother, I'm not like you. You do the simplest crafts with your kids that are cute and that create a special memory for them. You are very impressive. The sister missionaries were here for dinner and compliments my house. I had to tell them all that cute stuff was done by you and just wait until they saw your house! They are excited for dinner. :)

  3. Great mom and great mom with a sense of humor (which is vital; some days especially!) Cracked me up about having to hide some of the words :) I may be coming over to pick your brain one day...I have finally found the perfect fabric to make a quiet book for J & K's if I could just stop obsessing about it to the point that it's in my dreams!

  4. Apparently it's been much longer than I thought since I visited your blog. I am shamed, but it was fun to catch up today and giggle frequently to myself. (I'd laugh out loud, but then the kids question my sanity.) I think you should also know that every time I see an El Camino now (surprisingly more than you'd think) I think of you and giggle as I picture you driving it.


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