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Knuffle Bunny

Hi!  The Greeting Farm had their Customer Challenge & Chit Chat Night "A Night at the Bookstore" and introduced a few challenges.  I have to say chatting was too fast for me and I couldn't really keep up.  It was still early here, and I had to pick up the kids from school and activities and make dinner and eat and so I guess the timing didn't really work out with our schedule. You can check out the challenge details on the SCS forum HERE.  I made this card for Favorite Child's Book category.  It is based on the Mo Willems book Knuffle Bunny.  It's one of my kids' favorites and it's such a cute story.  We actually love reading Mo Willems' books especially his Elephant and Piggie series.  Those books are hilarious!  This challenge also made me realize that I haven't read many books recently except kids' books.  I used to love reading but just haven't given it much time lately.  Anyway, here is my card.

If you've read the story, you know Knuffle Bunny gets left behind in the washer at a local laundromat.  So that's what I made.  A washing machine and a TGF version of Knuffle Bunny.  I used one of the bunnies from TGF's Lucky Bunnies (rubber version).

So I stamped the bunny and wiped off his face and drew in features similar to Knuffle Bunny.  I also added some clothes from TGF's Wardrobe set and flower soft for soap for this shaker card.  The word bubble die cut is from MFT.

I think that is it.  Thanks for reading and have a great weekend!

Comments

Lorraine said…
EEK - how cute is this, Eva, LOL! I know Knuffle Bunny, too, lol. You are sooo creative and I totally love your card. So stinkin' cute I tell ya!
Cheryl said…
What a cute card! Love your bunny's face! Totally looks like knuffle bunny!
Barb said…
i love this! what a sweet, creative piece of art...genius!
You are so amazing with your inspiration Eva... This is darn cute and actually looks like a washing machine... Clever idea, cute knuffle bunny.. TFS!
Rachel Parys said…
That is AWESOME!!! I love the washing machine, and I love the alterations to the bunny! Super cute! Friday night was crazy! My keyboard was smoking when I got done.
RiNNE said…
Hahahaha!!! This is too cute! Your washing machine is amazing! And so is your bunny!!! I'm gonna have to check out this book too!!!

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