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These tasty white chocolate bunny treats are so cute for Easter. A simple and easy to make treat that every chocolate lover will love.

White Chocolate Easter Bunny Treats MOT PicWhite Chocolate Easter Bunny Treats. Will make 24

Ingredients: All Supplies Purchased at Wal-Mart

  • White Chocolate Melting Wafers
  • Sprinkles of choice
  • Easter M&M’s

Instructions

  1. Lay out silicone bunny tray and prepare ingredients/supplies
  2. Place 3 M&M’s in each bunny then fill with sprinkles
  3. Melt white chocolate in microwave bowl. Warm for 30seconds at a time till melted. Stir after ever 30 seconds.
  4. Scoop 1 tablespoon of chocolate into each bunny. Tap silicone try till chocolate is evenly distributed.
  5. Cool in refrigerator till chocolate is hard. About 1 hour. Pop out of silicone try.
  6. Enjoy! Place in treat bags with ribbon if handing out as Easter goodies.

Photograph Instructions Below

Bunny Treat Instructions MOT Pic

With Easter just around the corner, I am sharing a fun DIY tutorial to turn those fun Berry Baskets into a Mini Easter Basket. I promise this will be one of the easiest projects for you to do!

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Supplies:

Any type of Berry Basket you have on hand

Fun scrapbook paper

Goodies to put inside your Berry Basket
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After you gather all your supplies,  you simply cut about a 1 inch strip of your 12×12 scrapbook paper.

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You will then take your strip and fold it into your Berry Basket. I would recommend using a hot glue gun or a stapler to attach your paper and make sure it stays together.

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After you attach your handle, you can start filling your Easter basket with lots of goodies! I use fun color grass for my base and filled up my basket with a fun spring nail polish color and a little starbucks card. This would make the perfect gift for a teacher or even a friend!

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I first made this jelly bean garland last year and decided I wanted to do it this year, too! My kiddos loved it and everyone who came in the house always thought it was so fun!

It really is a three dollar project! I bought three bags of jelly beans. I think I used about 2.5 on this strand. I already had fishing line and a needle. Basically, you just thread it right through. My needle could have been thinner, but it did the job! You might have a little build-up, but you can just wipe it off with a wet paper towel pretty easily.

Knox & Sloane enjoyed watching me, and eating a few jelly beans:)

I feel like garlands can be used for a number of things! I usually have a little holiday tree, so I added some to that. I also thought they looked cute on the chandelier. Knox & Sloane were a bit confused why they couldn’t eat the garland, ha!

This was a VERY inexpensive little DIY. The trees you can find on Heart & Home.

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