How adorable are these little bunny butt cookies? Bay helped me make them and I LOVE how they turned out. So simple too. We used a sugar cookie package to make these. Because, sometimes….we just don’t have time to whip out the mixer and make a hot mess. lol.
All you need is your fave sugar cookie recipe. Or a packaged mix. A bunny cookie cutter. I found this one on Amazon after searching all the stores in town (with NO luck) and Amzon delivered in 1 day. Well done Amazon, well done. And a cute dab of frosting for a cotton tail.
This is a great cookie to make with little ones. You can’t mess it up. And they take no time at all. Nothing gets you into the Holiday spirit like a cookie baking day anyway.
Took a trip down memory lane. Rounded up all the good Easter posts. So, now there are in one spot for you! From Kid Easter lunches. Lunchbox jokes included. Festive desserts for adults. Classroom treats. Bunny food toppers. Easter Tic-Tac-Toe. Fun DIY projects. Unique egg dying methods. Easter basket stuffer ideas. My favorite charcuterie board to date. And a kiddo board to keep their dirty little hands off the fancy cheese..lol. And lastly, Easter table settings.
This is one I’m going to miss this year. Pretty sure Bay would be mortified if I packed her a cute lunch in Easter eggs for Middle School…lol. And the cutest + easiest bunny ear cupcakes. Super easy ways to makes things extra festive for kiddos.
One of my first naked cakes. It’s kind of our signature dessert these days.
One of Bay’s creations. Store bought brownie bites turned into a festive treat.
This years sweet treat was a hit. Have you tried it yet? The donut cereal is the game changer.
Free printable. Toothpicks. Dollar tree pom-poms. And you’re set with an adorable cupcake topper. I’ve seen these used at buffet food markers too. There is just enough room on the bunny to label each food item.
Perfect game for Easter Morning. This will keep the kids occupied at the table. I used this as a kid table place setting and it looked really cute.
The famous sharpie mug. I LOVED seeing everyone making these last Easter. Bake the mug once you’ve customized it to keep it forever.
Just last year I colored these eggs. I told myself I would do ONLY natural egg dying this year. Already tried beets for a pink color. It was an epic FAIL! Might be pulling out the nail polish + napkins again this year. I recommend the nail polish egg DIY being done outdoors. It can get pretty stinky!
Back in 2016 we gave the shaving cream egg dying method a try. Super easy + inexpensive. Kids dig playing with shaving cream for some reason lol. And I can’t get over how little Bay looks in these photos.
2018 Easter Basket ideas. I’ve rounded up this years and I cant wait to share. Currently waiting for my Easter grass to grow a little more for this photo. I have it all planned out in my head…lol.
2017 Easter basket suffers. Man, this one feels like it was 10 years ago when I created it. We still do swim suits, googles, towels and pool floats. I like grabbing things that I know I’ll need to purchase anyway..lol.
One of my favorite Charcuterie Boards to date. Already coming up with a fun salad to make for Easter this year. Can’t wait to share. The golden bunny bowl. The ranunculus. And the micro greens.
All the finger foods kids love on one board. You should have seen this when they were done. It was cleaned off. And this is a great way to keep their little fingers off the fancy cheese boards too…lol! Just sayin!
Last years Easter Table. Wish I would have unpacked my bunny napkin rings before I bought new ones. Forever using white flowers.
The Spring Table setting is a great option for Easter too. The rose napkin fold is the perfect finishing touch.
This years Easter Table is my favorite to date. I’ve got a thing for white flower arrangements.
Hope you find this post helpful. All the things Easter in one spot. Each image in ready to “pin” to your pinterest page for safe keeping. And remember to tag me if you try out one of these ideas. Totally makes my day!