• Christmas

    ‘Tis the season!

    ‘Tis the season!
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    I just wanted to say thanks for sticking around and hanging out with me and the Crunchy Bunnies, it really means a lot.
    As a thank you, I am giving away an ORIGINAL Crunchy Bunny drawing!
    For a chance to win just:
    1: Like Crunchy Bunny’s Facebook page.
    2: Share this Facebook Crunchy Bunny Christmas post (Make sure your post privacy setting is set to “public”, otherwise you won’t be entered).The winner will be randomly drawn on December 16th!
    Merry Christmas! <3
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  • Autumn,  Thanksgiving

    Happy Thanksgiving!

     

    May your turkey be juicy, your mashed potatoes buttery, and may your conversations not get too out of hand.

    Love you guys and thank you for spending time reading Crunchy Bunny, I really appreciate it. Enjoy your holiday!

     

    Jess 

  • Autumn,  Halloween

    Trick or Treat (A short story)

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    Every year I get excited for October, for the fall season and Halloween. “I’m going to decorate, make pumpkin bread, build a monster for my brother’s Halloween party, make costumes for Michael and I, host my mom’s birthday…) Then inevitably every year I get stressed out and don’t do any of that (except my mom’s bday). 
    I’ve never been prepared with an outfit for Halloween, which means I always end up throwing together a panic costume (How many stuffed animals can I pack into my T-shirt? Do I have any fake mustaches? What about fake teeth?). My costume always ends up leaving people confused and/or uncomfortable, which is the general state in which I like to leave people. 

    Last year I dressed up as a crazy old man with a blond frizzy wig, and ran around telling everyone my name was “Old Jeff” in a raspy voice. “I’m OLD JEFF gimmie a kish!” No one had any idea who I was, so that was loads of fun! 

    This comic short story only took me about an hour to sketch a first draft, then 45 HOURS to complete. So that’s mostly what I’ve been doing for the past two weeks. Whew!
    I hope you enjoy! Don’t forget to stock up on candy before the trick o’ treaters come knocking!

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    Happy Halloween!

    <3 Jess

    My sister-in-law Kristian and I from last year’s Halloween