There's a lot of creepy Easter stuff from days of yore.
Yup. That pretty much sums it up. Did I tell you guys I was an Easter Bunny for a photographer one year? That costume is hot, not to mention hideous. Poor kids. There was one little boy who had only recently moved to the US (I think he was from the Middle East) and he was TERRIFIED. He had no idea what the big creepy bunny was all about. That must have been really confusing.
Why the weeping child? Is the bratty kid whipping him with a cherry blossom branch? I guess this was what Easter was like during The Great Depression.
No Mommy-I don't want to ride the demonic chick with bloodshot eyes.
And now for oddities that I dooooo like:
Charming. I'd happily fill up his little goatie gut with jelly beans. Or as my youngest daughter calls them, "jellabeans".
I made this suitcase years ago and I still think about it. I really wish I'd kept it. Especially since Adam took me on a hot air balloon ride. What a happy day.
Here's a taxidermied bunny blowing a bubble. When you think about it, you realize that glass would be molten lava hot if it was being blown into a sphere, so that's yucky. But adorable. Delightful AND creepy.
These are a tad on the coffiny side, but I still like them. Nice soft palette and well-made, tiny costumes.
Eeeek! That one has hands!!! Imagine if this was your toilet paper holder.
Okay, that's all for now.