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Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Easter Bunny Cupcake Wrappers

Uggh, Easter is less than two weeks away.

I mean that in a "Oh crapola!!!" I don't have enough time.. panic filled way. Not in a "I hate holidays" way. Because as you know if you follow along, my most favorite thing to do is make holiday themed treats and goodies of the edible and non-edible persuasion.

The hubbers and I have been doing some re-organizing throughout or home for a sometime now. And as I've been told, when you have kids it's a never ending type of cycle. Anyways..... we really became sick of the insane and extreme levels of childproofing we had constructed throughout  the house. You see our kids have a crazy ability to be able to scale anything with those little toes of theirs and they have.

But now that they are a little older and are able to follow direction "slightly" more. We thought it time enough to have take our home back. Needless to say, huge organizing projects have been occurring  which is fabulous. But the process of it is very difficult for my  "Need to control" personality.

Simply stated..boxes and bins of stuff EVERYWHERE.

Moving on......

As you may or may not know I like designing and creating new cupcake wrappers. I try to push my creative limits to come up with fun ways to display cupcakes and treats. And I can't lie, I think this little bunny is no exception to that.


The best part is his feet...look at them :) Seriously cute!


I created two versions and two sizes. I personally like the miniature version the best because there were so many options of what to use them with. Like mini cupcakes, naturally.


But you could also fill up little cups with jelly beans....


Or those serious delicious yet addictive Cadbury mini eggs...


Or these cute little Easter basket cupcakes that I will  share how I made in another post...


Or you can use the standard big ole' wrappers for cupcakes!


Don't they look lovely all together!!


I made two version of the miniature wrappers. The first has a blue gingham background.

The other has a brown gingham background, which reminds me of an Easter basket.


The standard size wrapper is available only in blue.


All wrappers can printed out on a standard sheet of 8-1/2 x11 paper. You can use regular old printing paper, but for sturdier wrappers I would suggest using a thicker type of card stock that can be purchased at most craft stores, by the sheet or in packages.

All you need to do is print the amount you would like, cut them out and attach the ends using tape or glue of some sort. For the feet just fold them up after you cut. 


An adorable way to add some color and "hoppy"  holiday fun to your Easter day!

You can view and print the wrappers out from {{HERE}}

Hope you enjoyed this post! If yo have any questions, please feel free to leave a comment below!



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