This month for #pinandcreate we have chosen Celina's dust bunny board. As soon as I started looking through the pins, The Velveteen Rabbit came to mind along with warm, cozy childhood memories. Running with that inspiration, I started to draw and came up with a cute little bunny rabbit.
From there I decided to use the illustration to create a bunch of fun printables, from coloring pages to a full color pattern and also a printable poster with a quote from The Velveteen Rabbit.
First up are the coloring pages for the cute dust bunny illustration and there's a page of clothing as well, so you can color up and dress your dust bunny! Remember how fun paper dolls were? Now you can do it with bunnies! This is a great Easter day activity for the kids as well.
Next we have the repeating pattern of bunnies, Easter eggs, tulips and greens - which I actually created as a full color design. However, I also made it into a coloring page that is a bit more complicated for the older kids or grown-ups to color. The full color design can be used to print out for papercrafting fun - making notecards, decorative tags or table decor - see where your creativity will take you!
Finally, going back to my memory of The Velveteen Rabbit, I thought it was only fitting to create a printable poster with the dust bunny and matching quote. It's a lovely reminder of how important our childhood toys really are. This print would be great for a kids room or pop it in a frame and gift it to a newborn!
I hope that you will enjoy using these dust bunny inspired printables and remember you can make your own spring plush bunny following Toya's tutorial and pattern post from yesterday.
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