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March 27, 2013

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Kim Kenward

Can't wait to play with my vintage cupcake picks on Friday when I'm officially on spring break with the girls! Thank you for sharing your "trade" secrets. Easter hugs!

Sheryl Remy

Thanks for sharing the creating process. That little gal's skirt blends beautifully with her complexion.
Sheryl

Maureen

Oh Laurie, these are too cute! Thank you for the tutorial - it is so neat to see how you put these treasures together. What a great inspiration you are!

Erica

One word: Pinning!

Thanks for sharing some of your secrets. Shouldn't you be getting ready for Texas?!

Erica

Doreen

Thanks for the tutorial! I do love my bunny that was in my package :-) It's so much fun to find a little extra goody along with your creations.The straw body ones are darling too.
Have a great day :-)
***Have my coffee in my hand

Into Vintage

Your creative process is fascinating to me -- how all those random parts come together to make something so fun & happy.

Hot glue loves you too. :-)

Annette

When you found some of those bunnies at an estate sale I thought they were kitties. Oh,well. You make it all seem so easy and those are so precious. I love the one with the skirt. That is a great little bonus you send along for your buyers!!

Mary B. in Oklahoma

I haven't found little bunny heads but will enjoy making these when I do. They are so cute and would be fun to attach to almost anything for Easter. Thanks for showing us!!

Janet Johnson

These are cute. I will try to make a few. As you know I am NOT good at finding vintage heads so I thought I could use a wooden bead for a head and make chenille ears and paint the face.
Thanks for sharing.

Kathy

These are adorable and I'm sure your customers are delighted with the little bonus! I never would have thought of gluing the hanger on the top with hot glue. You always amaze!

Heather

These are so cute! Thanks for sharing!! xo Heather

Sally

Oh! Those are so darling Laurie! Thanks so much for sharing the how-to's with us. Hoping I can find vintage picks and get to play too.

Happiest Easter to you!

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