Invitation from Deborah Davidson, Japan--Rabbit Mail Art Call

The rabbit may mean different things to different people, but generally they are thought to bring good luck and prosperity. Here in St. Paul they multiply like there's no tomorrow and eat away the best bits of our gardens, leaving wide trails of what looks like Cocoa Puffs® (except they're not). Thanks, Debbie--I'll be sending something in soon.

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Comment by Carla Cryptic on May 27, 2011 at 5:57pm

How did I miss this!?  I'll send you some more. :D  I've already made 13 rabbit pieces this year - so much fun!  I loved seeing the stuff on your blog because some is the same as things I've received and others are from people I don't know at all.  Really cool.




Comment by Marie Wintzer on February 24, 2011 at 11:43pm

Cocoa Puffs :-)))) mort de rire!

I've already answered my call, quite happy with it, for change...

Comment by Katerina Nikoltsou (MomKat) on February 24, 2011 at 9:17pm

oh sh*t! Snooky!

But let's make bunnies...or rabbits...or hares....It's the Year of the Rabbit.

Will be a calm and prosperous year, they say.



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