Bunny Rabbit ATC scrapbooking collage sheet DIGITAL DOWNLOAD

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This is a DIGITAL DOWNLOAD of my original watercolor paintings of rabbits, hares and bunnies, including The White Rabbit from Alice in Wonderland. Perfect for Easter or any rabbit-inspired crafting. Set includes one 8.5 x 11 page sheet with 6 images.


each .jpeg image is 2.5 x 3.5 inches at 300dpi in a single letter-size file (8.5 x 11 inches)
DIGITAL FILE ONLY - you will receive download instructions from Etsy upon payment.

the fine print (please read for usage rights!)

As with most original artwork, the copyright for these images always remains with me, the artist.
That means you may not reproduce my artwork without first obtaining my permission and the appropriate license. Listed below are the allowed ways you can use this product.

You MAY use these images UP TO 100 TIMES (please contact me for a commercial license for larger quantities) for personal projects as well as alter them for resale as a real, tangible product to sell on Etsy or other online marketplace, craft and art fairs, etc. An example would be, you may use this image to make collages, greeting cards, pinback buttons, etc. to sell on Etsy, in your shop, or at a craft fair.

You MAY NOT resell as digital artwork of any kind, either as-is, or altered. An example would be, you may not offer any of my images, either as is or altered, for sale - it needs to be printed on a tangible item that you have produced.

You MAY NOT publish for sale on any print-on-demand distribution sites such as, but not limited to, Zazzle.com, CafePress, or any other similar site.

Due to the electronic nature of this item, there are no refunds. If you have any questions about my policies, please contact me prior to purchasing.

Please read my Shop Policies for more information: http://www.etsy.com/shop_policy.php?user_id=5541697

Thank you for looking and if you have any questions not answered here, please send me a message!

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I LOVE this!!! Cannot wait to use to make some Easter cards! Thanks so much!
Mar 3, 2015 by J McGee

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It's easy to reach me with any questions. Either send me a convo through Etsy or send an email to: christyobalek [!at] gmail.com

Returns & exchanges
I gladly accept returns and exchanges
Contact me within: 14 days of delivery
Ship items back within: 30 days of delivery
I don't accept cancellations
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
The following items can't be returned or exchanged
Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
  • Custom or personalized orders
  • Perishable products (like food or flowers)
  • Digital downloads
  • Intimate items (for health/hygiene reasons)
Conditions of return
Buyers are responsible for return shipping costs. If the item is not returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value.
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I stand behind the quality of my work 100%

If you aren't happy, please convo me with details and we will work out a solution that makes everyone happy.

If you have ordered a custom painting, I will send you a proof before shipping your order - if you don't like it I'll either refund your payment or redo it to suit. EXCEPTIONS: if you decide after giving me the "ok" to start on a piece that you would rather use a different photo, and I have already started painting, I can only issue a partial refund (to allow for the cost of materials and time involved)

Additional policies


The best portraits start with good lighting. Shadows are very important when painting a portrait, as the shadows cast by the nose, cheeks, and other features, are what the artist uses to depict the features.

If you are taking your own photos for me to use for a child's portrait, here are some guidelines:

1) Single source lighting (no flash).
You can achieve this in a few different ways. The easiest method is to choose a bright day and put someone outside the window to attract the child's attention. Keep the lights dim in the house, and start taking photos of the child while her attention is focused outside. Say a few words to get her attention, and be ready to snap away, when she looks at you. Half of her face will be lit by the light from the window - gorgeous!
Another method is to set up a lamp (like a desk lamp - so you can focus the light on one side of her face and a little above it) beside the child while she is engaged in a favourite activity, either watching TV, playing a puzzle, listening to a story (my fave) etc. Then try and take photos without the flash if possible. 

2) Natural Expression.
The best portraits are usually when the child is not smiling, but more pensive or thoughtful. 
This way the eyes can be painted naturally open instead of creased with a smile. You'll have lots of snapshots and school photos with your child smiling, but a painted portrait is better if they are "at rest". 

3) Profile.
A slight profile is the most flattering. If you cannot achieve the correct lighting conditions to create pleasing shadows, the next best thing is to photograph your child's face in profile (turned away from the camera a little, or full profile makes for an interesting portrait also)
note - my fees are less for full profile portraits - please inquire if you are interested.

I cannot stress how important it is to NEVER USE A FLASH for portrait studies.