It's a big 'un measuring 32-1/2" across and 41" top to bottom. Six chocolate bunnies are scattered across it and coordinating fabrics are mostly pastels.
If any of you have an interest in giving this wall hanging a new home, leave a comment on this posting, I'll put names in an Easter bonnet (ha-ha) and draw a winner. Entries for a chance to win need to be submitted by 9 p.m. on Wednesday night, March 9th. I'll do the drawing sometime the next day and post the winner.
Here's comes Peter Cottontail, hopping down the bunny trail . . .
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We've had several very welcome days of sunshine lately, and although we can notice the snow levels sinking, the dangerous ice covering all ground surfaces remains. We're supposed to have above freezing temperatures during the day for the next ten days so we're hoping the ice will start to melt. It will be a slow process but all part of spring time in the north woods.
As usual, we've got a boat load of outside projects lined up for this spring/summer/fall season, and we're eager to get started on all of them so an early spring would be nice to have. First on the agenda will be to replenish the firewood supply. It was an easy winter temperature wise, and we're going to end the heating season with our biggest wood shed still full of well-seasoned wood. That means all the less wood to work up and get under cover for the year after next.
Thanks to Sue's kind help and suggestions, I've purchased a five-shelf wire rack (plus lights) that I'll be using for starting my garden seeds this spring. Yep, hubby still has to give up a bit of floor space in his heated workshop, but at least I won't be commandeering the top of his workbench for two months this year. He's happy. I'm happy. Let's hope all those little seedlings will be happy.