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Friday, February 1, 2013

It's Flashback Friday again and another finished bunny

Good morning everyone!

The snow and cold are back after a couple days of lovely warm weather.  The wind was howling all of yesterday and it ushered in this blast of chilly air and snow.  I am so ready for Spring, but shall remain thankful for my wood stove and warm, cozy home.

If you saw my Flashback Friday post last week, you will recall that I shared a picture of Mister Whimzies' grandfather in his garden back in 1961....and I promised you that I would have one of him as a young man.  I simply adore this picture and it hangs in our dining room.  It shows Henry as a dapper and handsome young man, together with several of his lady relatives (I can't quite recall who is who, so I will leave it at that).  Don't you love their winter attire??

I finished this lovely bunny the other day. I think she is my favorite so far!   If you are interested in purchasing her, just let me know.  I will be listing her either on Ebay or in my Etsy shop this weekend, if I get a chance...it's going to be a busy one.





For those of you who joined in my Second Annual Pin Keep Swap - I will be getting your partner's information out to you by tonight.  Thanks to everyone who joined!

Have a blessed weekend friends!

18 comments:

  1. Love the photo. And I adore little Miss Bunny.

    Have a wonderful weekend and stay warm 'n safe.

    Hugs

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  2. The lady's hand made hat is wonderful to see and the man is VERY handsome!

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  3. I am really enjoying the vintage photos! Miss Buns is adorable and i can't wait till I find out who my partner is!!! Thank you for the adventure!

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  4. I love looking at old pictures! He was very handsome :)
    Your bunny is adorable, love the flowers.
    Kim

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  5. How cool is that photo ..I just love it.
    And your bunny is soo precious. I just love her face.
    Woolie hugs

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  6. I love old photos. He was a handsome man. Your bunny is sooo cute. I am looking forward to the pinkeep swap.

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  7. Hi, wonderful memories, love the picture to....such a sweet bunny, Blessings Francine.

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  8. That is a sweet bunny, wonderful for spring.
    Hopefully I can get back into things next week and make a few things to decorate with.

    Debbie

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  9. That is a fabulous photo!

    I'm visiting from Martha's today...enjoy your weekend : )

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  10. What a wonderful old photo. He is indeed very dapper and look at the beautiful ladies. Don't you wish that we could 'dress up' sometimes? I love their clothing! And your bunny is the sweetest! Happy Friday!

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  11. LOVE the photo! I can certainly see why you have it hanging in your home. I love the photos from that time period, just beautiful! Love your bunny too :)

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  12. I do like his picture as a young man. I wonder what were going through their heads as the photo was being taken; what adventure they might have been of to, etc. Your bunny is adorable!!

    betty

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  13. Love the bunny! Very charming.

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  14. I always love the old photo's and seeing the clothes that they wore. Your bunnies are cute! Reminds me that Easter will be coming soon. Thanks for sharing with us. :)

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  15. I'm so taken with this vintage image!
    ... Imagine Henry and the ladies are smiling from above at having been featured here.
    As for me, I'm smiling at their fashions; and not for the first time, wishing they'd come into vogue!

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  16. hello dear, its me cucki from south africa..
    a happy smily lady..love to stitch and wander around with my kitty..
    i love your blog so much..so sweet..
    aww super cute bunny..
    big hugs for you x

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