13 Apr 2018

Spring Joy




Well it looks like Spring might have actually arrived - at last ! I have been playing with my new Distress oxides, and after experimenting I ended up with a colourful background for this Spring Joy scene. 

I love Hares I don’t think I have ever actually seen one in the wild in person, but I adore them. I sat this darling hare by Hobbyart in his meadow, and stamped and fussy cut a flower stamp to keep him company. I love using dried flowers and items from nature, so of course they made up the meadow too. 




Some Hares were so full of Joy they jumped into the air over the meadow! I stamped my hares by Clarity Stamps which have always been a favourite of mine, but then when Lavinia Stamps released some similar hare stamps, I had to get them too! I wonder if there are any hare stamps I don’t have... no, no don’t tell me ... : )




 I stamped my assortment of hare stamps in a curve over the main hare, they look like they are having lots of fun! 

By the time I was finished it was much too large for a card, so I punched some holes in the top and hung it up with some pink raffia.


Thank you for visiting the hares today, have a lovely day.

I would like to enter  Spring Joy into the following challenges

15 comments:

  1. I adore this Hobby Art Hare stamp Jannet, such a character and looks fabulous where ever he is and he works fabulously with the clarity jumping Hares. I love your mixed media piece with your layers of nature, such a beautiful touch.
    Thank you for sharing it's certainly brought some sunshine today.
    Creative wishes this weekend Tracey x

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  2. In turn adorable, cute and fun! Plus the 3D garden elements look fab...
    BTW there is a bunny themed challenge you may want to enter here: https://craftynomad.blogspot.no/2018/04/its-bunny-hop-linky-post.html

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    1. Thank you, for letting me know xx

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  3. Hello Jannet, this is quite beautiful, I love the hare popping up in the grasses, the design is amazing, Kate x

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  4. This is great! Love the jumping hares in the background and the slightly grumpy looking star of the show! I love how he's peeking out of the foliage, Jo x

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  5. I love that raggy looking hare, and the real flowers, and those joyful hares jumping all over the place. This is a beautiful creation. Thanks for joining my bunny hop. Hugz

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  6. What a wonderful project, love that you use dried flowers, quite delightful. I too love hares and am always looking in fields for them, I've seen a few xx

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  7. What a fab mixed media project it is with real flowers in it and I just love that cute hare popping up. Brilliant ! Hugs Sue xx

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  8. Lovely reminder of spring! Your Oxide background is so soft and beautifully blended! That large hare is so adorable hiding in the grasses and flowers! Gorgeous make! Hugs!

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  9. I absolutely adore this Jannet - gorgeous make! Thanks so much for joining my challenge at stamps and stencils! hugs rachel x

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  10. Lovely with the bunny in the grass peeping out!

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  11. I love your take on our theme ,,In the meadow". Thanks a lot for sharing your beautiful piece with us at Stamps and Stencils this time. Hugs!

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  12. Ha ha! Love this just right for our in the Meadow theme. Thank you for joining us over at Stamps and Stencils. Toni x

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  13. This looks amazing and the bunny is just tooo sweets.

    Thank you for sharing with us at Fashionable Stamping Challenges.

    Crafty hugs from Shirl x x x
    www.shirlsartwork.com

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