We made enough of the Bunnies in the Jar to use at every place setting and made the Bunny Poop treats for the boys. What little boy wouldn't love to have Bunny Poop? I know that my 4 and 5 year old nephews will!
I wanted to use the snack size bags but came home with ones that had printed markings on them, so we made do with full size sandwich bags. We folded the printable over and "sandwiched" (no pun intended!) the bag in between. The ribbon is threaded through 2 small holes that were punched through both layers of cardstock and the sandwich bag.
Save these to your computer and make some Bunny Poop Treats for your crew!
I really love the Bunnies in the jars - country elegance and will look great on the dinner table. You will need edible Easter grass (found ours at Walmart and Walgreens), small chocolate bunnies, malted milk eggs, mason jar, jar lid insert and ribbon or baker's twine.
I used kitchen shears to cut the grass into small pieces.
Place the bunnie in the jar with 2 malted milk eggs in front and
2 behind (will keep it from leaning too bad).
Here is a sheet of inserts in case you want to make your own -
Super quick and easy! Can't wait for everyone to see what the Easter Bunny brought for them!
Wishing you all a blessed Easter!