But speaking of Snow and Bunnies... I made one for the alter project this moon, the Snow Moon. We are marking our transitions through the project not in months, but rather in moons. It's a refreshing change to the calendar and I feel like I'm getting more into the rhythms of the earth and planets. Why, if the tides can change with the pull of the moon, then why not try and see how the waxing and waning of the moon affects the creation of art (or lack there of depending on the phase).
Then, my next bit of inspiration came from the "Love Me". My parents are kind and thoughtful people. One day when we were out on an antique treasure hunting adventure, they gave me a box with 3 chocolate frogs. Well, the frogs were delicious. Then as I was getting ready to toss the box, I saw the words "Love Me" and wondered if they'd fit. How cute and appropriate would it be for a bunny to profess or even accidentally pose in front of a sign that said "Love Me"? It's like all bunnies say, "I'm cute and cuddly. Love me!" So, in the sign went. I used temporary tape and gazed on it for a week or so before I secured it permenantely.
Lastly, the itsy, bitsy washi tape flags. I love miniature things. Always have. I had and made doll houses in every corner of the house, much to my mother's chagrin some days. :) To make these 1/8" - 1/4" wide flags I used the width of the washi tape itself as half the height of the flag. Then to ensure I had a tiny enough width to allow for lots of flags over a mere 3", I cut strips that were ~ 1/8" or so by 1/2" (width of washi tape). The result? A magical, miniature, banner of flags fit for even a Lego guy
to hold! Yay! I love the whole thing, just like the words say, "Love Me".
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