DSC00834_1 How else can you explain the colors of the holiday, the treats, the chocolate, craftiness (egg dyeing), and the association to flowers?  I have been led to believe that the bunny is a boy, but I am now leaning toward the girl bunny thought.  No, not the Playboy type, as scantily clad and Easter doesn’t fit at all.

I can see Mrs. E. Bunny doing all the preparation, coloring the eggs, decorating the candies, preparing the baskets, and the like.  Then she passes it along to Mr. E. Bunny to make the deliveries and handle the manual labor.  He is just the muscle, the brawn, the method to make the deliveries.  That is the E. Bunny vision that I can live with. 

karen broochMy E. Bunny came in the person of Karen.  She was my second partner for the Easter Bunny’s Chicks Swap.  Look at the goodness she put together for me.  I received some handmade cards, wallpaper pieces, candy, flower seeds, millinery flowers, stickers, a frame, and a fabric quotation for collage making, a pink bunny, and a vintage green container to hold it all.  She had it wrapped very prettily in some white tulle and tied with some pink ball fringe and a pink satin bow. 

Thanks, Karen, I love it!  Now off to eat my candies that Mrs. E. Bunny surely created.  

 I have signed up for another swap, Roxi’s Not Too Shabby Summer Swap

Here are the details:
1. Create a ‘Summer Themed’ item for the swap valued at $10.00. (All styles are welcome—vintage-inspired, shabby chic, primative, etc. All items also welcome—soap, jewelry, accessories, paper products, etc.)
2. Gift wrap the item as pretty as you like! (we all love to open pretty presents),
3. We will accept entries until May 15th, 2008,
4. Names will be assigned to participants by May 20th, 2008 (shh, don’t tell who you got!),
5. Packages should be mailed by you no later than May 26th, 2008 (in order for packages to arrive to each participant by June 1st.)