Monday, March 24, 2014

PART ONE: mini marshmallow bunnies

let's just get started shall we?














hey i almost made it thru the post without  my normal jib jab!
anywho this is
part 1 of 3 mini marshmallow bunny posts. 
so there's more fun to come!

but first don't forget to enter my giveaway here for fun stuff!

then stick with me and find out where the bunnies go this Wednesday...






14 comments:

  1. Awww...these are so cute! You are the best BBFF in the world! This is something I can do with my great g-kids! Your awesomeness overwhelms me!! I bow in your presence, oh mighty maker of edible goodness! Dona

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    1. oh my goodness Dona i take it you like these?!?! lol :>D seriously though i'm so happy you do because sometimes i think my food crafts are a little much and nobody really makes it so there you go again, making me happy!!! :>D btw i'm still giggling over your comment!

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  2. Cute little bunnies! My first thought was to package them with a slice of chocolate and two graham crackers - s'more bunnies! But then the horror of reality struck me! My 3 year old granddaughter would not tolerate a "bunny murdering" grandma under any circumstances! I think I need to learn to stop tweaking things and just leave well enough alone! But really, she'd enjoy making these and I'd love to be the painter of bunny faces. Now I need to go see the plastic egg homes you designed for them to live in - been gone a week and feel like I've missed a month of your great posts!

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    1. a bunny murdering grandma?!?!? well that's a new one! HAHAHA :>D how about if you just have their little bunny heads peeking out of the graham cracker? perhaps your granddaughter won't think you're such a murderer and let you off on good behavior! HAHA :>D!

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  3. Love the little bunnies! That would be a great craft to do with my little one :) Thanks for the post! Stopping by from the MaMade blog hop!

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    1. yes the kids could make a bunch-only problem is preventing them from eating them before their bodies were completed-lol thanks SO much Jodi! :)

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  4. Super cute treats. Hugs from Bacon Time.

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    1. super nice comment Mindie! hugs back! :>D

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  5. These are so incredibly adorable! I lurve them!!!

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    1. and i lurve that you lurve them Morgan! heehee that's a new word for me-i lurve it! :>D

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  6. they are so cute! love the use of "candy glue"!!

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    1. candy glue rules! all our sweets we make together proves that point doesn't it Michelle? :) thank you SO much!

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    1. heehee glad they gave you a giggle! :>D thanks so much April!

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