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April 1, 2011

Friday Rabbits!

Lest you think we here at Strangely Dim take ourselves too seriously, we thought we'd ease your concern on that score and provide you with a lovely weekend project to enjoy. Or--go home early today, pick up the kids or some friends (it's Friday, after all, and raining--well . . . here in Chicagoland, anyway, and it's kind of a holiday) and try out this adorable bunny art project, which you can access by clicking here. The link will take you to a blog by Carla Sonheim, who has helpfully created a tutorial on how to do the project.


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(The bunny drawing is from Sonheim's blog; the link was helpfully provided by Sally Craft.)

Posted by Christa Countryman at April 1, 2011 1:10 PM Bookmark and Share | TrackBack

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