Thursday, January 17, 2013

Some Bunny Loves You!

It's still very frosty here, so glad you enjoyed the photos of my garden friends in my last post.  I'll share a few more photos I took this morning at the end of this letter to you :)  Before then I have been busy drawing these new friends that would love to help you show those you love how much you care.  When I was little my Granny always gave me a Valentines Card, how about you?  These "Some Bunny Loves You!" Postcards, on pretty linen textured card, can be personalised with initials to make them extra special to give.  Available from my Etsy Shop .  Don't forget postage can take up to 14 days to arrive outside Europe so don't let these hop along too late for Valentines!

As an extra Valentines Treat, I have got this special offer for my 

Right back to my pencils for me! In the meantime I will leave you with a few more photos I took this morning!

Stay Warm or keep cool (for those in Australia!), Catherine x


  1. These are so precious. I'm off to look in your shop! Sweet hugs!

  2. You are very talented! And I love the photographs of the birds...great close-ups! Thanks for stopping by my blog this morning, and have a great day!

  3. Such talent...sweet, sweet, sweet!!! Love your bird photograph, beautiful!
    Thanks so much for visiting and for your sweet comments. Sure hope you have a wonderful weekend!

  4. What sweet illustrations, you are enormously talented.

    And I do love that little yellow bird, so cute.


  5. Valentines already...of course. I've kind of got caught up with January. Love your bunnies.

    Have a fabulous weekend...more snow?

    Nina x

  6. Love the cards Catherine, and very impressed with the organisation - valentines day already. Brilliant stuff.

  7. Oh, dear, it does look incredibly cold, Catherine! But your illustrations are so charming, they chase the chill away. And your sweet puffed up Robin is delightful!

    Stay warm!



  8. Hi Catherine...I love your latest postcards...Your designs are always so lovely! The little sewing kits are such a fun idea too...Such beautiful photographs from your garden!
    Keep warm,
    Susan x