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Tuesday, January 29, 2008

For Some Bunny

I know, Valentine's Day isn't even here yet and I'm showing you Easter "stuff." I will try to be careful not to post any more Easter until after Valentine's Day. I remember how I felt in December when I was shopping for Christmas and I saw Valentine's Day stuff out. And I am guilty of purchasing some before the "season." But I just had to have a pair of these adorable socks!!!! I was upset but yet purchased. Doesn't make sense, does it!!! LOL

I got this cute little bunny stamp at Michael's (for a dollar!!!). Above the head of the bunny it reads "Some Bunny Loves You." Awww, isn't that just cute??? I stamped the bunny on card stock and cut it out. I colored in the ears and nose.

I then took a Treasure or Nugget, either will work and I wrapped a plain white mailing address label around it. If you don't have any mailing labels you can use a regular piece of white card stock. Measure and cut it to fit. I would be that copier paper would work too but if it's 20 or 24# you may have to double the thickness to cover the wrapper better.

I then took a 1/2" pom pom and taped it to one end of the candy and I taped the head piece to the other end.

I saw these done on SplitCoastStampers last year using other bunny stamps. I didn't have any bunny stamps that were small enough then but now I do!!!

These are SO easy and fun to make. I also got the pom poms from Michael's and they were only 99 cents a package. Such a deal!!! These are pretty inexpensive to make and a great project for the kids since there is no glue involved. The tape runners work just fine and hold well. You can have bunnies all over the place with this project. You can even have the kids write their names on it or they can write the name of the one they are going to give them to. Aren't they adorable. And again I can't take credit for the idea, it's an oldie from last year!!!

Thank you SO much for stopping by,


Anonymous said...

What a cute idea, I love it! Perhaps I make some bunnies for my elderly neighbours. I am sure that they would be so excited to find them on easter morning on their doorstep.


Anonymous said...

What a cute idea, I love it! Perhaps I make some bunnies for my elderly neighbours. I am sure that they would be so excited to find them on easter morning on their doorstep.


JoAnna Goodman said...

These are absolutely adorable! They will be perfect in the kids' Easter baskets! Now, I'll just have to find me a bunny stamp!

Anonymous said...

simply adorable! I thought I'd seen everything you could possibly do with nuggets, but I stand corrected! These are just stinkin' cute! TFS

Unknown said...

Great Nugget idea, love it!

Alex said...

These are darling and such a great project - I may have to do this for my mommy and me class I have! TFS! *STAMPIN HUGS* Alex

Mary Fish said...

Adorable idea. Nice to see a new candy option!

Unknown said...

You can put me in the column of readers who are glad to see the Easter ideas coming out. For those of us who do craft shows or are in swaps these ideas really aren't that early. And this is such a cute one. Plus it looks kind of craft! LOL

dasimonds said...

These are adorable...Who wouldn't love to receive these....great for any age!
Thanks for sharing!

Bikingmom said...

Cute, Cute, CUTE! I'm SO copying these. I've made many "treasure/nugget" treats that match the DARLING tins from Michael's. I'm making more tonight for a birthday. Thanks for sharing.

Diane said...

Oh so cute!!!

Dorothy said...

Wanda, Wanda, Wanda - these are just toooooo stinkin' cute. Please re-post closer to Easter as a reminder. I know I will forget. I'll try to get out this weekend to Michaels and look for that stamp!! Thanks for sharing! Have a good weekend!

Anonymous said...

"Some-bunny" out here in blogland(me!) thinks these are just sooo cute! What a neat idea!
I have to try it! I have just 'found' your blog & I am enjoying everything I see! Very inspiring - TFS!
Sunshine New Zealand

Bridgett Owens said...

Thank you for the inspiration. I have wanted to do these for a while and finally tried it! Mine are not nearly as cute as yours but my daughter's second grade classmates loved them! LOL
If you want to see mine go here:
Angel Hugs,