moon bunnies Art Print
Set the tone of your room from the walls out—"from the ground up" is so dated. Mix and match your favorite art prints on a gallery wall showcasing everything that makes your style unique. Art prints available in five sizes, from x-small to x-large. *Exact sizing may vary slightly due to printing process, we advise waiting to buy frames until the prints arrive. - Natural white, matte, ultra smooth background - 100% cotton, acid and lignin-free archival paper - Custom trimmed with…
Greeting card, "Winter White" by Maggie Vandewalle 5" x 7" card with envelope
Winter White is a 5" x 7" greeting card by artist Maggie Vandewalle. This card is blank inside, making it perfect for any occasion.Winter is settling in with the first snow and the white rabbit blends nicely with the season's colors.Each card comes with a white envelope in a clear plastic bag for safekeeping. It ships in a rigid cardboard envelope for protection during the mailing process.
These downspouts were part of the reason I wanted to see the church while in Scotland in June. I found out about St. Conan's Church on the web. It is actually one of the newer churches with lots of cool things about it, including rabbit-head downspouts, a replica of Robert the Bruce and beautiful architecture in general! It's right at the top of Loch Awe. "The coming of the Callander and Oban Railway in the late 1870s opened up what had previously been the largely deserted north shore of…
Trademark Global Jennifer Paxton Parker Animals Canvas Art - 15.5
Shop Trademark Global Jennifer Paxton Parker Animals Canvas Art - 15.5 x 21 online at Macys.com. This ready to hang, gallery-wrapped art piece features a rabbit sitting over a floral background. Gallery-wrap is a method of wrapping an artist's canvas around a hidden, wooden frame allowing for a frameless presentation.
Bunnies of fortune
'Glastonbury Hare' by Christopher Fry Rabbit and hare blessings through the ages The myth of the Moon Gazing Hare has a connection to ancient Pagan beliefs and beyond. They believed that seeing a moon gazing hare was an affirmation of femininity and would bring growth, re-birth, and abundance, new-beginnings and good fortune. The hare was sacred to the goddess Freya and to Ostara, goddess of springtime. This link with the goddess Ostara/Eostre led to the modern day Easter Bunny. At Easter we…