Friday, March 29, 2013

Easter Wrapped ... We End with Bunny Tails

We end our Easter Treats with some Bunny Tails for Caden's classmates.  Ok I couldn't just send chalk for the kids, a little sweet treat was needed also.  So it's only a marshmallow in a bag but it's still a cute treat to give.
Super simple to make but so adorable!  I found this simple Bunny Tails treat on Eighteen 25 Blog.  And you know my love of people who include FREE printables, well you have two to choose from!

what you'll need:

step one: print out toppers and trim off edges
step two: cut white cardstock to 6 3/4" x 4 1/2", score (or fold) in half
step three: place marshmallows in bags and zip closed
step four: staple cardstock to bag.

Alexis Notes: I think she used the EXTRA Large Marshmallows.  I was cheap and went with the large marshmallows, they were on sale at Target for $.99 verses $3.49 for the Extra Large.  What can I say I'm cheap :).  I put 4 marshmallows instead of two like her picture.  She also taped but I skipped that part since they are Kindergartners didn't want to make it too hard for them to open.




Hope you have a wonderful Easter Weekend!  
God Bless!

12 comments:

  1. Such a cute idea! Hope you and your family have a wonderful Easter!

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  2. Cute as always! Have a great holiday with your family!

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  3. Those are really cute! Love that you print out those toppers. I've never tried that.

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  4. So cute! I love that it was simple and fun. I'm with you and would buy the .99 cent smaller marshmallows... they taste just as good and you save a more than a few bucks, too! Happy Easter!

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  5. Those are super cute and look like something that even I could create. Love the projects you're always making!

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  6. Those are adorable! You find and create the cutest things. Happy Easter!

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  7. These are adorable! I've always done them with MINI MARSHMALLOWS but I like them with these big ones! Thank you for sharing the idea and pics!

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  8. Cute! Marshmallows are so versatile...they were Jesus in our house for the Resurrection Rolls! ;-)

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  9. I could see taking those treat and making spoon races with the Marshmallows. Have a kid put one on a spoon and race to the other side of the room or lawn without dropping it. Whoever doesn't drop it, gets to eat it.

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