Some quickie Easter Treats!

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I got a wild "hare" yesterday morning while I was shopping in the Easter candy aisle and decided to put together some quickie Easter treats for my kids teachers.  At first I looked at the Easter Peeps but remembered that it is a bit difficult (read as I was a mess after doing this last year) getting sticky marshmallow treats into a cello bag so I opted for some Easter candy bars. 🙂


I made eight but my daughter had after school orchestra yesterday and I sent one with her to give to her violin teacher. 

I did get a couple of close-ups for you.  I used the Reese's, Milky Way and Solid Hershey bars for my treats.  I could get two in a 4" x 6" Cello Bag and then used my Top Note Die with my Big Shot Machine and some Pink Pirouette card stock for the topper.


Here is a close-up of the bunny.  I used a 1 3/4" Circle Punch for his face, two 1/2" circles for the cheeks and two 1/4 circles for the eyes.  I added a Pretty in Pink brad for the nose and hand drew the whiskers.  The ears are one large and one small oval punch.


I am pretty happy with the way they turned out and they were pretty simple to put together.

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7 thoughts on “Some quickie Easter Treats!”

  1. So cute.What a great way to make those cute little bunnies. I love the pun you said. “I got a wild hair” I think you should of spelled it like this….”I got a wild HARE” Hee Hee happy Easter. sue


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