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Lavender_Lass: Not Bunnies... (Again)

Posted by oldbat2be (My Page) on
Sat, Oct 6, 12 at 13:20

That tile struck a chord with a lot of us... saw this one and thought of you. The 12-20 layers hand-applied may mean it's a tad on the expensive side but it still reminded me of your bunnies.

Here is a link that might be useful: Rococo Whimsy


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RE: Lavender_Lass: Not Bunnies... (Again)

Thanks for thinking of me!

I think that's very nice tile, but the more I look, the more I miss the bunnies. I'm going to have to find someone to paint the tiles for me. I just can't imagine our kitchen without the bunnies :)

From Lavender Lass farmhouse pictures


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RE: Lavender_Lass: Not Bunnies... (Again)

Have you considered doing rabbit dinner plates to dress up the kitchen?

Here is a link that might be useful: Rabbit dinner plates


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RE: Lavender_Lass: Not Bunnies... (Again)

Laugable- Those are cute! I think I might need a few, just to tie in with the backsplash :)


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RE: Lavender_Lass: Not Bunnies... (Again)

lavender- NONE of us can imagine your kitchen without the bunnies!


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RE: Lavender_Lass: Not Bunnies... (Again)

Lavender, here is one more idea (ok, I guess it's 2 ideas.) Something you posted about on my thread made me think of it. Below is a link to an adorable bunny wallpaper border on ebay right now, complete with a few other woodland friends.

There are lots of other bunny borders out there, too.

There's even a bunny toile wallpaper! How cute is that?
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Hooray for bunnies. : )

Here is a link that might be useful: Bunny Border


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RE: Lavender_Lass: Not Bunnies... (Again)

I found these tile murals when hunting down stuff for the Tudor DAT:

She does custom work.

Here is a link that might be useful: Artworks by Julia


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RE: Lavender_Lass: Not Bunnies... (Again)

Cawaps, that is so neat. I hope Lavender sees those tiles!


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