Bashful Bunny Blog Hop

We have a winner….Kathy Jo…who said….

“Love the projects! I really love the idea of having a tree up all year and changing the decorations.”

Congratulations KathyJo…please send me your mailing address so that I can get your prize out to you. Thank you to everyone who participated and joined us on our blog hop and thank you for all your kind comments.

Welcome to the last jump of the Bashful Bunny Blog Hop. We are a group of ladies that are participating in the Bashful Bunny Hop Swap on the Cricut Message Board and many of us are beginning bloggers. All of us enjoy our crafting and revel in sharing with our fellow CMB members. You should have arrived here from Paper Crafter’s Anonymous.
The beginning location for the Bashful Bunny Blog Hop is …My Little Corner. Some of the Bashful Bunnies will be offering some awesome BLOG CANDY! Be sure to see the very creative projects they each have on display and follow the instructions on each individual blog to enter their drawings.


…My Little Corner

Skrappindiva’s Musings

Dreaming of Paradise 82



Cuttle Fairies Express

My Little Craftin Corner

Divine Scrapper

Somewhere over the Rainbow

Cove of Creativity

Scrap Occurs

My Lazy Crafternoon

Two Hands Creating

Paper Crafter’s Anonymous

~ Simply My Crafts ~—You are HERE!


Since we are empty nesters now, we do not decorate for Easter as we did when Hais and JMorgan were li’l darlins. So in following our new tradition of decorating the tree that is still up in our family room, I added little bunnies for a festive touch. At Valentine’s the tree was covered in kraft and dark red hearts and for St. Patrick’s it was shamrocks with faux stitching around the outer edges. Everything was cut with my Cricut Expressions.

Hais was home for a short weekend visit, so I decided to make some sorority door decorations for her dorm room at the house. The following Cricut Cartridges were used to complete this project:
A Child’s Year
Cherry Limeade
Designer’s Calendar
Easter 2010

Of course, it only seemed fitting to make matching door decs for Hais’ sorority sisters, as well.

Now for the BLOG CANDY! WooHoo! Follow Simply My Crafts and leave a comment on this post for an opportunity to win some ??????

Making Memories Just Chillin’ Set of (17) Clear Stamps

Thanks so much for stopping in for a visit!
Several of the ladies in the Blog Hop are offering drawings, so be sure to stop by all of the blogs for chances to win! And if you want to start all over again? Hop back over to My Little Corner.

23 thoughts on “Bashful Bunny Blog Hop

  1. The tree idea is great! I think I’ll have to do something like that with the small tree I put up in my kitchen at Christmas time.

    Thanks for the chance to win some (mysterious) goodies!! Hahaha..

    aka Doodles on the Cricut MB

  2. What a great idea on the tree! Love the door decoration! Thanks for the chance to win some blog candy!

    Donna aka ScrappinMT CMB

  3. Love the cute bunny tree! For a minute I thought you posted the wrong pics to the blog hop! Lol!! And I bet Hais and her sisters will love the signs!

  4. Hey Janna! Love the projects and the idea of having a tree up year around.. I bet the girls loved the signs and it was great to see them hanging on the door

  5. Oh I love that tree and your bunnies are so cute! Eggscellent idea to do a large easter tree!

    BTW, thanks so the chance at the blog candy, I am following! Great hop!

  6. Jana! Very cute Easter ideas! I bet your daughter and her sisters LOVED the door-decor – How thoughtful! Is has been so fun hosting this swap with you and getting to know you better. GREAT JOB bringing this special group of ladies together and keeping it fun! Thanks for posting and inspiring (and enabling a little bit too…) πŸ™‚

  7. I love your tree. If I had room, I probably have christmas tree up to decorate each season. I love the bunnies on the tree.

    I especially like the tp mini book. I could have enough tubes saved up in a week to make 10. πŸ™‚ I like the detail that you put on each page.

    The stick pins are probably going to be my next adventure. I love your designs. Wonderful work


  8. Love the fact that you keep a tree up all year and change it according to holidays. That is sooo sweet and clever. I love the bunnies in the chocolate brown and pink…the door decals are soo cute.

    thanks for allowing me to peak in on your blog.


  9. Jana- your house looks so warm and homy. Love the tree that changes with the holidays. I’m surprised my mom hasn’t ventured to that.. she is obsessed with Christmas. You are such a wonderful host – and looks like you are a wonderful mother as well making all those door decs for your daughter! I really enjoyed this swap AND this hop! Man, I’m sure tired now! lol

  10. Jana this was a super fun hop! Thanks for hosting it. I like your idea of the tree, we have a mini mini white one in C’s room that we will make Eggs for this week sometime maybe.

  11. Jana, your ‘bunny tree’ is just too neat! I am afraid I could never convince dh to leave a tree up year round though. (Yet another reason why we sometimes call him GRANDPA GRUMPY!) It must be so fun decorating it for all the holidays.
    Love the door decorations too. I bet all the girls liked them! Hope they don’t start expecting something every time Hais comes home to visit!!
    Have enjoyed the hop that you and Julie put together! Thanks for all your work on it and the swap, and for offering the chance to win the blog candy!

  12. OK now i know that dh can not say i am the only one who wants to leave a tree up all year.. but mine is just a small one.. but i love it..I hope that you and julie come up with another idea for the next swap as we all have had so much fun.. and this blog hop has been great..maybe next time it won’t take me two days to finish..

  13. Jana, I just love that bunny tree…what a great idea and you never have to take your tree down…LOL

    Your craft room is amazing as well…I want to come over and play one day.

    Thanks for the chance to win blog candy.

  14. I would love to have a tree up all year round. i love that you decorate for all the holidays. Thanks so much for sharing.also thanks for doing the blog hop it has been a blast seeing everyones great projects.

    amanda aka moosesmommy

  15. Thank you all for such kind words. I very much appreciate you all stopping by my little place here.
    You know? I HAVE to decorate the tree for the seasons, because THAT is it’s storage area and it has to stay there…heehee. Actually the area there is raised, and was originally for a wood stove, so it looks pretty bare without the tree hangin’ out. Not sure what decorations I should put up after Easter. Any suggestions?

  16. Oh please, please, please can you tell me how you are making your Greek letters?? It’s funny cuz I am an AGD alum from Theata Delta North GA College mid to late 1980’s!! I would really like to be able to cut Greek goodies for all my friends children who are now entering college….

    Thanks soooo much!

  17. Hi Peggie Sue! Thanks so much for stopping by. I am in the process of uploading a youtube video showing how I made the AGD. Don’t know about some of the other alphabet, but it will help you with what I have done in these photos. Hopefully, the video will be up by late afternoon today. πŸ™‚

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