Tuesday, 3 April 2012

Bunny jars for Easter

I have moved to Torie Jayne.com

You can find me in craft tutorials...Bunny jars

Have a sweet day!





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56 comments:

  1. These are just sooo adorable!
    *swoon*

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  2. It's funny: I've made something quite similar for a creative project I'm working on... Your bunnies are really cute and the jars are very nice! :-)

    HAPPY EASTER!

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  3. These are great! I'm pinning them to remember for the future!

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  4. Where did you get your bunnies? I love the jars!

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    1. Thanks, just click the blue lettered "Sitting rabbit" link under "Tools and materials" and it will take you to the store where I bought them. Same goes for all the blue lettering on my blog posts.

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  5. These are so, so, cute! I've saved jars and painted the lids like this for sewing supplies and things, but Oh, I just think these are so, so cute!!!!! I wonder if you could find really little bunnies and use baby food jars and put them out with little candies for easter egg hunts!

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    1. Thanks, such a great idea! I have some teeny bunnies I got last year from Acorn & Will that would work.

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    2. wow they r cute

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  6. I'm definitely going to make something like this! That spray paint you used is such a lovely colour! Especially the pinky coral one :D

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  7. Que cosas tan bonitas hay por ahi. Un beso

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  8. BRAND NEW FOLLOWER! I love these jars, so love. I am sharing them on my COM-FB page! winks, jen

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  9. Wow, Torie they are amazing, I might have to make some for the kids now we have some time together over Easter :-)

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  10. Super cute! Pinned it for next year! Happy Easter!
    Jenn :)

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  11. Just discovered your darling blog through Pinterest and I just looooooove the upcycled glass jars!
    Groetjes from Belgium,
    Liesbeth

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  12. ok..now this is the sweetest idea you have ever done {well for this week anyways}...I LOVE these...I must remember this little project. xoxoxxo

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  13. Love this to bits and can see the concept having a lovely twist for all types of celebrations.

    Happy day!

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  14. So pretty and cute!

    Bee happy x
    Have a delicious day!

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  15. Very cute idea, and as Felicity mentions this could be useful throughout the year!

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  16. This is an amazing idea and I share it on my blog! GREAT and thanks!

    GLORIA
    { Scacco alle Regine }

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  17. These are to die for Torie! I would have loved to share them on my blog but featured something similar not too long ago. I've shared them via my Facebook page instead - they're inspirational! I'm so glad I've found your amazing blog x

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  18. Looks great! Love the pastel colors you used

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  19. Oh my gosh, these are perfectly adorable. Wonder if DD would give up her wee bunnies?

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  20. Adorable, je suis compl├Ętement fan!!!!!

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  21. This is the sweetest Easter idea ever! I really love how they came out. You chose the perfect colors for Spring. Love, love, love them! And your styling for your photos is wonderful! xo

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  22. Saw these for sale at a shop in town.What a brilliant idea to get the kids helping to make them.

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  23. I love your blog!
    So creative!
    This is a very beautiful project!
    Thank you for sharing it with us :)

    Silvia

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  24. I love love LOVE your bunny jars! I bet they are adorabel filled with candy. Anyways, I’m doing an Easter link up today over on my blog…http://rustsunshine.blogspot.com. Would love it if you joined us!

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  25. So sweet! I've shared on my Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/TheaandSamiStudio

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  26. Really Cute!! Where did you find the bunnies? I'd love to make these next year. Can you email me with where you found them? RN20990@yahoo.com

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    1. Thanks, just click the blue lettered "Sitting rabbit" link under "Tools and materials" and it will take you to the store where I bought them. Same goes for all the blue lettering on my blog posts.

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  27. oh my goodness. these little jars are just too cute. love your blog!

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  28. These are simply gorgeous! LOVE those bunnies!!!
    :)

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  29. TThank you for all your lovely comments, for all my visitors from the USA who want to make there own, you can buy the bunnies from Amazon here and here
    and the Montana Spray paint from here.

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  30. These are fantastic, Ican't wait to make these as well. I will need to find the bunnies here in the states but that shouldn't be too hard,

    Thanks, Lynnie

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  31. I think these are nicer than the original animal jars on House and Home :) Thanks for the great tutorial... and I agree, Fred Aldous rocks!

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  32. Hi,

    I’m from Mining Family Matters – we’re an online support network for families in mining and resources and our website www.miningfm.com.au now attracts more than 10,000 visitors from across Australia every month. As a courtesy I just wanted to let you know that our online shopping writer Kathy Ranford has featured you in her column this month. If you’d like to take a look, here’s the link: http://www.miningfm.com.au/ask-our-experts/online-shopping-guru.html

    Warmest regards,
    Alicia

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  33. These are adorable and I pinned them only after doing some research to find you. I saw this on pinterest and was a little suspicious of the source ... Thought you'd want to know that it looks like someone is reporting your content.

    <3 Christina at I Gotta Create!
    Wildly Original linky party is open

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  34. I love this idea! I am going to recreate it as soon as possible :D

    Love xx
    Melanie ~ www.mlncrd.com

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  35. ohh it´s wonderful! we are trying to make it virtual.Come to Tarroland, and know different and wonderful manner of congratulate with jars.

    www.tarroland.com

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  36. Finally made them !!! check them out here http://www.thatcutelittlecake.com/2013/03/craft-easter-animals-jars.html
    Thank you for making such beautiful things and sharing your ideas !!
    Virginie

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  37. I made these this week for my grandkids, cant wait to give them to them on Easter !

    Cindy

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  38. Thank you for the awesome idea and tutorial! I think I need to go and find some plastic animals and paint :) These would make so cute little gifts to hand out in easter or why not in other holidays as well if you put other treats inside :)
    I shared a link to this tutorial in my blog: http://whiterabbittreasures.blogspot.fi/2013/03/6-cutest-easter-bunny-crafts.html#

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    1. Thanks for sharing a link to my tutorial, Happy Easter!

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  39. Hiya Torie.... thanks for giving me the inspiration for my Easter decoration ;)
    I had ago at making my own bunny jars (http://coriannedesign.blogspot.com)

    I just love making them ;)
    hug Corianne

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    1. Your Easter bunny jars look great! Happy Easter x

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  40. Love the bunnies' transformation! Our Preschool's children play with the exact same ones you use - love Schleich animals! Your blog is fabulous, and it's so wonderful that your amazing ideas are being published in so many magazines - congratulations and best wishes with aloha, Ann

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  41. Awesome!
    This so cute, like your idea!

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  42. Hi Torie,
    These are really amazing! I loved all the creation.

    glass jars

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Thank you for your sweet comments. I love reading them all.