The house of Higglety Pigglety
Hoppity hop to the post office, I hope they have these stamps in the US. Love the purple shadows.
Somebody show Elvis - that little bunny on the needlepoint lady's blog! He was afraid he would wind up on a sampler! No - a stamp!!! Yeay Captain!
Hello Joanna... I really like the layers of colours you've got in the rabbit here :) Rima
That's so sweet ! I sell carrots in my farm shop, this could be another use for them, to pay for bunny stamps !
Brilliant Joanna, I love it! Jackie Mx
Oh my goodness this is absolutely adorable. I love it to pieces!
Captain Rupert is just like the queen on that postage stamp. Is he thinking of taking over the throne ? ~ love Julia x
Oh that is just adorable - can we petition the Royal Mail to replace the first class stamps with these? I can dig up a few carrots to pay for stamps hehehe
Brilliant! If only stamps could really be like that!
Oh I would love to be able to buy stamps like that! Post would be far more lovely.
What a lovely stamp!Sigrun
Joanna,Everytime I drop by your blog, there's a wonderful treat for the eyes! Your work is so lovely, whimsical, and magical. Thank you for sharing it here so I can enjoy it from a "world" away!Cindy at Rosehaven Cottage
That is absolutely fantastic.
I wish the post office would issue this as a stamp...It is delightful!Michelex
That carrot looks much better than the Queen's head!
What a brilliant idea! My cousin sells bags of rabbit hay in her farm shop. Perhaps she should sell your cards, too!I've been remiss with blog-visiting too. Lovely of you to comment. Thank you.Sue
I consider that Captain Rupert is a very lucky bun to have such a talented artist create his image on a postage stamp. But isn't there some rule that you have to be dead before you get your portrait on a postage stamp, unless you're the queen.... maybe I'm mistaken. Or perhaps that's the rule in the USA, they have such crazy rules there!Anyway, what a nice stamp!
What a sweet stamp.P.x
that's beautiful :-)
have you any inkling to put your stuff on cafe press for like note cards or something? Lola's mum did and I tell you i'd buy notecards of your lovely paintings in a heartbeat!i don't know what it would cost you to do it and may not be worth it but let me know!
Gorgeous stamp Joanna, you have such lovely ideas, and I guess we know who inspires you.
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