Tips & Tricks as told by Sarah Willig, The Crafting Mama
My kiddos needed something to hand out to their friends for Easter, so we put our head together and came up with the cutest little treats! With just a few materials and no time at all, we had cute little Bunny Tails to give out!
First, you need to gather all of your materials. You will need cello bags (I love the self sealing ones), some sort of backer cut to fit the cello bags, a cute bag topper, glue dots or a stapler, edible Easter grass, and your bunny tails! There are so many options that you can use for bunny tails, such as marshmallows, sugar cookies with swirly white frosting, or white gumballs.
Place your paper backer into your bag. If you don’t have something to back it with, you could skip this step, but I think it just makes the whole thing a bit cuter! Next, stuff your edible Easter grass all the way to the bottom of the bag and top it off with your bunny tails. Seal your bag to keep everything fresh, and then finish it off with your cute little Easter topper!
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Mommy of three (two girls & one boy)
For the last 6 years, my life has pretty much revolved around these three little munchkins! My husband works a lot and has luckily supported me being a stay at home mom. I LOVE planning parties for my kids and little get togethers for our close cul de sac. My favorite holiday is by far Christmas, especially now that I have kids. It doesn’t hurt that my birthday is three days later! My husband is a huge Saints fan, so I have become a football fan by default. I really dont have a choice but to watch it on Sundays, although I must say that I do a little secret jump for joy when the season is over. 😉
Welcome Sarah, you are so talented!