We will use or milk jug bunnies for today's Easter Party Egg hunt.....maybe a treat or two will find it way inside as well.....
Love these bags of bunny tails that Taylor brought for our Easter party breakfast. She brought strawberry straws that turn you milk pink when you drink! Yum! Love the picture she drew of a bunny on the tag....darling! even our baby bunnies loved them!
Yummy idea...peeps s'mores! It was fun to watch the Peep puff up in the microwave. It was even more fun to squish him between 2 graham crackers and eat them!
OOOHHHH! These chocolate ducks we made today will taste so good. The cute bunny bags for transport home makes them all the more yummy! We talked about the Spanish word for bunny - conejito and duck - pato.
I love the dollar store and I go up the isles looking for inexpensive items we can use for our weekly projects that will be fun, yet inexpensive. I know the kids love these juice jigs and they came in a 6 pack for $1. What a bargain!! Perfect bodies for a bunny project I thought. Didn't they turn out great?
Whats better than rice krispie treats? How about rice krispie treats molded into edible nests topped off by malted milk eggs and peeps chicks? Hmmmmmmm...." for AFTER dinner Gavin reminded everyone!"
Did you love these cute, soft chenille chicks when you were a little kid? These guys sure loved them. They cuddled them, talked sweetly to them and rubbed the soft fluff on their cheeks.....then twisted and mangles them so by the end of the day most were without eyes and wiggled into unrecognizable shapes!! "Can we eat them" asked Stella!
How could I resist buying these matching outfits for all of these "best buddies?" Dont they look sooooooo cute!!