And then I introduce them to Harvey…

… and he’s bigger and grander than anything they offer me.” Jimmy Stewart, Harvey,1950.

bunny garland003 Wilson: Who’s Harvey?

Miss Kelly: A white rabbit, six feet tall.

Wilson: Six feet?

Elwood P. Dowd: Six feet three and a half inches. Now let’s stick to the facts.

It just wouldn’t be Easter without giving a nod to the bunny, and to the late great Harvey. Harvey definitely adds a bit of “mystery” to all the pastels and bright whites of spring — it’s the perfect match.

So, I  gathered up some extra map paper, and cut out some bunnies. Yes, it would have been better to use black paper… in honor of Harvey’s “invisible nature,”

but these, are cuter. I also gave them some  pink rose felt tails. bunny garland002I gave them proper holes in the ear, and used Raffia to string them up.bunny garland004

So here they stand, across the mantle, and in the kitchen. Like Elwood says,

 You see, science has overcome time and space. Well, Harvey has overcome not only time and space, but any objections.

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2 comments to “And then I introduce them to Harvey…”
  1. I have NEVER seen that movie!
    By the way. I am seriously worried about the maps in your house. Have you given in to Google and Tomtom??? What have the maps ever done to you to be decimated in this way?????? 😀

  2. The “maps” are OUTDATED Atlas books that we have bought over the years. We used them to plan vacation and bike routes over the years… new roads have been created, others have formed since we bought them… so we are “recycling them”!!

    And… I just love the colors hanging around the house. I love picking lots of water for some folds, and lots of highways for others…

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