17 March 2017

Bunny Rabbit Giclee Print Giveaway & Easter Trivia


It's been such an early Spring for us in Texas, already many of the trees are turning a lemonade green.
You know that fresh green hue of newborn leaves so unlike the deep forest green of mid-Summer.
So with the longer days of sunlight, the chirping of happy birds, hopping cottontail bunnies it seems to me to be the perfect time to celebrate Spring with some precious art and Easter Trivia.
Please join me for this giveaway and for some interesting facts about the season of rebirth!
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Today Darren Gygi and I are happily offering you our final giveaway on my blog, and just in time for your Easter and Spring decorating too!
Please leave us a comment on what your favorite Spring flower is and you are automatically entered.
Winner will be notified by email one week from today.
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This concludes my year-long contract with them, it's been a congenial and pleasant journey and I have only the best of the best of things to say about them.
Many of you, including myself have their charming pieces in our homes.
I have a few new adventures left in me to embark upon and as the months unfold I will be sharing them with you.
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You can shop 24/7 for festive, seasonal and various themes of  art pieces online at Darren Gygi.
Now on to the Easter Trivia.

Easter Trivia

*More than 90 million chocolate Easter Bunnies are manufactured each year.
*Easter always occurs between March 22 and April 25th.
*In the United States, traditional Easter foods include ham, chicken and lamb.
*Americans consume over 16 million jellybeans on Easter, enough to circle the globe more than 3 times.
*The Easter egg is said to symbolize joy, celebration and new life.
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*Americans buy more than 700 million marshmallow Peeps during Easter.
*"The White House Easter Egg Roll" event has been celebrated by the President of the United States and their families since 1878.
*Chocolate sales in the UK account for 10% of the annual total.
*According to a recent UK survey the average child in the UK receives 8.8 Easter eggs every year.
*Eggs have long be associated with the Spring Equinox, having been seen as a symbol of  life since  the ancient Egyptians and Persians. 

Bunny Rabbit Giclee Print Giveaway
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Thank you for joining me today and be sure to leave a comment on your favorite Spring flower to be entered in the art giveaway.



Wishing you a beautiful weekend!
XO


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Jemma's home is a quiet spot nestled among the trees. You might find me writing, reading, or puttering in my Greenhouse, tweaking a recipe, crafting a wreath or loving on my grands. Always living with a grateful heart.

29 comments:

  1. LOL, Easter Trivia readers want to know....just how many jellybeans are consumed BEFORE Easter? I know we're sure helping encircle the globe in this household! Love the daffodils - my true harbinger of Spring.

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  2. Charming post Jemma and lovely giveaway. Spring is here and it is a wonderful feeling. The prints are so pretty. Everyone loves bunnies. I do adore the daffodils. Happy St. Patrick's day. xo

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  3. What a sweet giveaway. I love all kinds of flowers but Daisy's make me smile . Hugs and blessings, cindy

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  4. LOL on the consumption of jelly beans I think I consume my fair share for sure! Love all the trivia this morning. Happy St. Patty's day. My fave Easter flowers are the bright yellow daffodils they just always have said Happy Spring and Happy Easter to me. Have a wonderful weekend.
    Kris

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  5. Charming photo and loving all the pretty spring decorations. Mine are of course boxed up so I'm resorting to fresh flowers. I have bunnies on the brain so many are running through the pastures right now. Which means Dixie has been a busy chasing them.

    Hugs,
    Carole

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  6. Gorgeous print! Love spring and all the decorations that go with it. Even more so than Christmas. I have made that Buttermilk cake before and it is delicious! Thank you for sharing. Have a great weekend!

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  7. Lovely post. Happy St. Paddy's Day to you! My favorite spring flower is tulips in all the variety and glory.

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  8. I LIKE PRETTY MUICH ANYTHING BUT IF I HAVE TO CHOOSE THE DAFFODIL AND THE DAISY.

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  9. Hello Jemma! These are all such pretty Easter displays. That bunny picture is so cute and looks like my daughter's bunny! I love hyacinths, daffodils and tulips for spring flowers but the Easter Lily is my favorite!

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  10. Bearded Iris is my favorite, I think! It is so hard to choose just one because I love them all!

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  11. Very sweet print to give to somebunny! My favorite flower is the peony! They bring a smile on my face. I have a few of them in my yard and will be adding more this year. I have white, pink and the deep pink ones.
    Thanks,
    deb

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  12. I'm loving pansies at the moment. Sweet bunny print.

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  13. This bunny is so sweet! I love peonies the most 🌸

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  14. My favorite flower is the daffodil!

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  15. Interesting trivia about the Easter season, Jemma. That is amazing to hear about the chocolate Easter bunnies and the jelly beans. The bunny art is so cute, and I think you know what my favorite Spring flower is. ; ) (although, I'm pretty fond of daisies too).

    love, ~Sheri

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  16. I love tulips.Love the blog and that bunny is so cute.

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  17. Love the art work! And my heart melts at the sight of peonies.

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  18. I love tulips.Love the blog and that bunny is so cute.

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  19. It's a beautifully sunny day here today. Even warmer tomorrow. If I thought cold weather was really over, I'd get to planting!
    Brenda

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  20. JEMMA! Oh to see this sweet bunny is making me smile. He looks like one of the regular bunnies we have in our garden! When I saw your photo earlier on Instagram, this rabbit made me CHUCKLE!!!! May I enter? And how fabulous that you are experiencing an early spring. We may do just that as well, as Sunday it will reach about 60!

    Thank you for this sweet post. Its warmth and love comes through. Put my name in the bunny basket!

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  21. Well, no surprises here, I am a tulip fan, tried and true. I am also a huge bunny fan...and a huge Darren Gygi fan. And ps...that's a lot of jelly beans!!

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  22. Jemma,
    A fun post with all the Easter trivia and beautiful bunny print. I think my favorite spring flower is Erlicheer daffodils because they are a creamy white, double blossoms with many blossom heads in a cluster, and they are almost always the first flower to bloom in my yard. Oh, yes, they smell divine, but not overpowering like paperwhites can be.

    Judith

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  23. My favourite flower is the snowdrop! Thank you x

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  24. Such fun trivia about Easter, and especially the candy :) I have definitely eaten my share of jelly beans over the years, haha. My favorite spring flower has always been the iris, especially the sleek Japanese iris. Thanks for the chance to win the pretty art, Jemma!

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  25. Love the Easter trivia. Fun facts! And such a cute bunny print!

    My favorite Spring flower is the iris. So many colors to choose from and they remind me of my mom. But seriously, anything blooming after winter is such a delight.

    Have a wonderful week! Hugs,
    Cecilia

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  26. I love the print, Jemma! It's a bunny -- what's not to love? Oh, and my favorite spring flower is the daffodil, maybe because it's first and so darned cheery!

    Your list is great fun. I'm going to save that one and maybe do some sort of Easter trivia thing if we end up with a gang for the holiday! Thanks!

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  27. Love that cute print and your darling Easter accessories. Easter trivia was very interesting. You learn something every day. Enjoy your week, Jemma.

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  28. just found your blog love it
    We have a bunny that visits our yard and we have named him
    charlie"Love pink tulips!

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  29. You've featured my favorite spring flower, the daffodil. When we lived in New Hampshire, its bright yellow flower was such a ray of sunshine after months of snow.

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