Thursday, April 1, 2010

Sweet Treat Bunnies

Happy Thursday!

We had thunderstorms all day Sunday so I spent the day in my craft room making these Sweet Treat Bunny Chocolate Bars:


I used SU Almost Amethyst, Certainly Celery, Mellow Moss, Pretty in Pink (for the ears), & So Saffron card stock and Delicate Dots (retired), Hostess Patterns Pack III, & Tea Party DSPs. I made 'trap doors' so the candies can be accessed without ripping the wrappers. The girl bunnies have bows on their heads to pull the trap doors and the boy bunnies have bow ties. The reason one bunny is shorter is because that one is made with a package of Reese's Peanut Butter Cups and the taller bunnies are Hershey bars.

Here is how the bunny looks when the candy is removed:


And, here is a 'rear' view:


This is how I packaged them:

I printed each person's name on card stock and punched it out with a MS bunny punch. The Happy Easter sentiment is from the SU Well Scripted set (Occasions Mini Catalog). Love the font! After much debate back and forth, I ordered this set in the new clear mount option. I was so uncertain about not getting the traditional wood mount. Guess what? Yes, I am very happy with the clear mount!
Thanks for stopping by.
p.s. If you are looking for any retired SU DSPs or In-Color Card Stock, click on over to Raissa's blog. She has great deals on her retired papers.



5 comments:

Raissa Spatola said...

Wow! You outdid yourself again! These are super adorable. My favorite is the one bunny with what looks like a Reese's Peanut butter cup as a nose! Too cute! Thanks for the linky!
Raissa

article said...

Those sweet Treat Bunnies are perfect for Easter Sunday. They're just innovatively created. Great job!
bow ties

Susan (peebsmama) said...

How adorable! You even added puffy tails.

naturecoastcrafter said...

These are adorable, Lisa. Wish I had been more up to date with my google reader and blog following BEFORE Easter! Great idea and so colorful and "sweet."

Beth said...

Lisa this are gorgeous I am going to save this for next year such darling little treats my grands would love them.