Little Bunny Tin Can Spring Home ~ Display
Kentucky Primitives folk artist
Victoria Lynn
Simple Primitives done in the tradition of old

At the edge of the garden the little bunny has made his home in a rusty tin can. He has been out gathering eggs all day and is worn out so he curled up inside his home with his Easter basket running over with eggs. Easter eggs still lay around his home. There are rocks around his home and small dried logs.

This is such a wonderful display for Spring. The rusty tin can is mounted on a fabric covered box. Moss and dried wildflowers and tiny rocks are around the tin can home. The teensy little bunny lays inside curled up to his Easter basket that is filled with colored eggs. A grubby tealight candle sits out front. This will give a warm glow to your Spring evenings while you are waiting for Earth to come alive and the flowers bloom. There is a banner made from aged paper applied to the front of Peter Cottontail.

This sweet little display measures approximately 7 1/2 inches wide by 7 inches tall. You will receive two grubby tealight candles with this.






God bless you.

This Little Bunny Tin Can Spring Home will come signed and dated.  Design is Copyright Victoria Lynn, KentuckyPrimitives.




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