Tuesday, March 8, 2016

easter bunny egg utensil holders

because i can't leave things 
well enough alone,
and because it's bunny time,
i took some utensil holders 
and easterized them.

look:
i was just minding my own business at target's easter aisle and 
drooling over all the colors 
when i came upon the fun 
gold utensil holders from spritz.

i love spritz stuff.
it's like everything colorful and fun 
so it's right up my alley.
i wanted to easterize the utensils 
that went in the egg holders 
so i did this:
here comes Peter Cottontail. 
hopping down the bunny trail,
hippity hoppity easter's on its way. 
i dunno.
it needs a little sumthin' sumthin'

does that look like a cat maybe?
oh well.
maybe the whiskers or triangle nose 
are to blame.
still, i like them.
i think its the colors.


so there ya go.
maybe these will encourage kids 
to eat their veggies.

i know bunnies love carrots.



20 comments:

  1. Look at what sweet and fun things happen..all while you're "minding your own business"! I love it! Happy Easter Lisa. :o)

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    1. thank you Karen! i have a tendency to "minding my own business" and then getting completely sidetracked at target! lol ;) happy easter to you too! :>D

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  2. Awwww...adorable! I really must (or must not) visit Target more!!! I've been house sitting so much, the holidays just seem to slide by....Fortunately I have my BBFF to come up with great ideas for next year!!! Dona

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    1. well BBFF, maybe I should housesit so i can stay away from Target and save my money! LOL :>O

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  3. Super cute! Great way to transform a store-bought item into your own. Visiting from Weekend Retreat party.

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    1. thank you DazzleWhileFrazzled! i am forever changing store bought items! lol :)

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  4. You're so creative!!! I love what you've done with these utensils and the utensil holders! I'm pinning these. Thanks so much for sharing at Submarine Sunday!!!

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    1. YIPPEE!! thank you T'onna! you 're so very sweet :)!

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  5. What a cute idea! Thank you for sharing with us at #OvertheMoon and I hope you have a lovely week.

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    1. thank you Sue! i love the bright cheery colors :)

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  6. What a clever idea, so cute. The kids would love these.
    Bev

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    1. thank you Bev! i think they're fun for kids of all ages :)

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  7. What a fun addition to the Easter table!!

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    1. thank you Kim! nothing like more fun huh? :)

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  8. Thank you for sharing your blog post! We appreciate it. #HomeMattersParty

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  9. Such a cute craft. Even the kids can help! Pinned and shared. Thank you for partying at #overthemoon.

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    1. thank YOU Marilyn! i guess it's a fun way for the kids to help set the table! lol :)

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  10. Hi Lisa, Love this DIY for Easter it's so quick & easy. Pinned & shared. Thanks for joining the Inspiration Spotlight party. Have a happy Easter!

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    1. thank you Theresa! i need to do more quick and easy crafts! lol :)

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your comment warms my heart on any winter day :)