Hop and Seek


Hmmm . . . where are my little bunnies hiding?

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There’s no bunny in here, but this looks yummy!

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Oh! Look who I found!

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No bunny in this one, but these are pretty.

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There you are!

Pssst . . . who gets the chocolate?

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“Hoppy” Easter!

May your Easter be full of joy and surprises.

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Yeah, I’m a dork.  I had entirely too much fun making these little bunnies!

c.b. 2012


40 thoughts on “Hop and Seek

    • I’m not one for children’s stories (which I’ve probably proven), but it was fun to try something a little different. 🙂 They turned out so cute, I just had to play with them!

      Happy Easter! 🙂


  1. Cute and clever, I like the visual storytelling! Happy Easter to you! I read your previous blog about scheduling your Posts. I completely understand and don’t want any burnout. I’ve been there and come back, eventually, but it’s better to pace yourself. Best of luck with the writing.


    • The Monday, Wednesday, Friday model is how I started out and it worked really well. I’m hoping by summer, (when the day job is on pause), I can blog a little more. I really do love it and its killing me to give up three days. But, hopefully the trade off will be worth it. 🙂

      Thanks for always being so encouraging and supportive! You’re the best!


  2. I can’t wait until my grandson is old enough so I can do adorable stuff like this with him, too! His mom didn’t have much patience with crafty things. I’m counting on her son to have inherited the creative gene. Glad you had so much Easter fun with your Peanut. 🙂

    As for your new schedule, hope you manage to get lots of writing done – and a little time for your creative projects, too. We don’t want a ‘dull girl’ if you become too focussed on ‘all work’. 🙂


    • It’s fun to do something like this with rocks, too. I’ll bet your grandson would have loads of fun painting and glueing little eyes to make a pet rock. 🙂

      I don’t want to walk around like a burned out zombie and I definitely want a little more time to work with my hands. Craft projects are so inspiring and very often give my brain new ways to think about a story. 🙂


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