The little bunny from the Fable Friends is absolutely squeal worthy.  How can you NOT fall in love with something so stinkin’ cute as this sweet little guy or girl bunny?

As a little girl, one of my ALL time favorite books was the book called The Little Country Bunny and the Golden Slippers. Its a sweet little story about a momma bunny with entire passel of baby bunnies and her dream is to earn one of the coveted spots as an Easter Bunny with the Gold Shoes.  All the faster boy bunnies won’t take her seriously and pick on her for even trying.  So she spends her time getting all the little pairs of baby bunnies organized and working to help one another out but when injury befalls one of the Easter Bunnies, she’s needed to deliver the most special egg up a dangerous path to a sick little child.  It’s such a heart warming story.  Seriously, this story still makes me a little teary eyed.  i’m such a sap and I now i need a Kleenex again. Ugh….I’ll bring the book out from the loft and have it here in the studio if anyone else would like to read it.  It’s just the cutest little story with delightful illustrations.  I’m not sure if I was more in love with the idea of organizing a bunch of children to be productive or the idea of a little old momma bunny could do anything her heart desired.  It’s a lovely little story…

So i’ve just fallen love with that Fable Friends stamp set.  The bunny makes an adorable Beatrice Potter style Peter Rabbit or a sweet little Momma Country Bunny.  I found this adorable layout on pinterest by one of our Artisan Stampers, Stesha Bloodhart.  I loved her little Peter Rabbit and was inspired to create my Country Bunny version.  I needed a Baby Card and used the flower from the Well Said framelits to make a feminine version of this little bunny.  This was one of the stinkin’ cute cards we stamped this week at my Critters Class.  🙂



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So make sure this little boy or girl bunny is on YOUR April Order.  It’s just too sweet!

Don’t forget to use the April Host Code of REDJNN6U to be entered in a drawing for a stamp set. 

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