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A Bunny and Some Flowers

This week's Squigglefly challenge (#10 SFC1013) is "Spring Is Near." I always think of yellow flowers and bunnies when I think of Spring. Isn't this bunny cute? It is called Funky Bunny and is drawn by Cheryl Alger. Hope you will join us in this fun challenge - it isn't even our team's week but I had to play. I am SOOOOO ready for Spring.

I also wanted to share a few of the flower arrangements I made for Crystal's wedding shower this weekend. Let me know if you see something I can change because this is out of my comfort zone BIG TIME!



  1. Love your sweet bunny card but the flower arrangements are gorgeous! Don't change a thing!

  2. Nancy, your bunny card is hopping adorable! I think your flower arrangements are stunning--keep on doing what you have been :-)

  3. Your bunny card is super cute! Love his big bow. The flower arrangements are absolutely gorgeous! Love the white hydrangeas.

  4. Such a cute card Nancy! I love the pop of color on his scarf and how you've popped him up on the card. Flower arranging is way out of my comfort zone too, but I think they look really pretty!

  5. That bunny is adorable! Great card! Love the flower arrangements too!! You rocked them big time :)

  6. Just perfect for this week's challenge. Thanks for joining in Nancy!! That bunny is too cute. Cheers, Holley

  7. Gorgeous Card Nancy, I like the sweet image, the flowers are beautiful!
    Kevin xx

  8. Love it!! That is one exceptionally cute bunny and a fab card to boot :) Can't advise on the flowers as they look gorgeous to me and I wouldn't change a thing!

  9. Your little bunny card is so cute, I really like how you popped up the bunny. Nice coloring. The flowers look beautiful. You are one busy lady.

  10. I love that bunny image and have used it. Your card is adorable.
    The flowers are have another talent, I see. Go, Nancy!

  11. Beautiful card,love the design and colours....Your flowers are

  12. excellent flower arrangements, flowers are soooo beautiful, feel proud about your choice and selection, the brilliant and joyful radiance from these gorgeous flowers will be loved by all..I wish and pray that He showers His unlimited love, kindness and blessings in this most important event..

  13. Wow, your flower arrangements look stunning! I would not change a thing, really. They have such a Zen look to them. So exciting for your girl!

  14. Whoops, I missed the How did it go, your flowers are beautiful. Love those Hydrangeas-they're gorgeous. Your card with the bunny is so super cute too. Love it.
    Bear Hugs,


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