Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Easter bunnies (for Lawn Fawn)

Hi there!

I'm here and on the Lawn Fawn blog this morning with some sweet Easter bunny party decorations:

bunny party (for Lawn Fawn)

I used the bunnies from Some Bunny to create all of the decor.

bunny party (for Lawn Fawn)

I popped the bunnies into Mini Picture Frames for simple and sweet cupcake toppers.

bunny party (for Lawn Fawn)


Kraft and blue gingham are a pretty match! I used our Stitched Scalloped Cupcake Wrapper for the cupcake bases. Just an aside: I've had to cut dairy from my diet this year, and to be honest, baking is the only place I really really miss it. I meannnnnnn.... butter! I can do the cakes with no butter, but the frosting is where I keep struggling. I hate the way shortening coats your tongue! It feels so gros. This peanut butter vegan frosting is delish. I should have thinned it out and whipped it more, but it was so tasty. In case you're in the same boat, I used this recipe for the frosting - click!

bunny party (for Lawn Fawn)

Back to the party! I created little treat boxes using our Scalloped Treat Boxes.

bunny party (for Lawn Fawn)


I not only cut a gingham roof (using the Scalloped Treat Box Spring House Add-On) but I also cut a second handle out of the gingham so that it continue to the top.

bunny party (for Lawn Fawn)


The Happy Easter Line Border and little carrot die made for a cute table sign. I cut all of the pieces out of white cardstock and used copic markers to color the carrot. I find that much simpler than taking out all of my colored papers, and I love the soft look that it gives!

bunny party (for Lawn Fawn)


These water-bottle wrappers were the last pieces I created for the party.

I hope this sparks your own creativity! Thanks for stopping by.

bunny party (for Lawn Fawn)

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