Bunny Tails Easter Favors with Guests Eighteen25

hi there!
it’s jennifer, jamie and jodie from eighteen25.
we are so excited to be here at the idea room sharing an Easter favor with you!
bunny tails!
the marshmallow kind of course.
what you’ll need:
step one: print out toppers and trim off edges
step two: cut white cardstock to 6 3/4″ x 4 1/2″, score (or fold) in half
step three: place marshmallows in bags and zip closed
step four: staple cardstock to bag and adhere topper to the front
 
now the big choice is which size “bunny tails” to use!
have you seen the HUGE campfire marshmallows? they are just too fun!!
of course the regular size marshmallows look pretty cute lined up too.
or you could do a bag of miniature marshmallows…. it may be the hardest decision you’ll have to make all day!  :)
thanks for having us amy!!

Comments

  1. Janet says

    What a fun and creative idea! The bag topper makes me smile. :) I’m sure I’ll be printing more than a few of these–thanks!

  2. Suzanne says

    Those ladies are awesome. I wonder if they have stock in snack bags because they use them for great treats and crafts.

  3. Ali/IL says

    So cute!!! How do you print these out to be the correct size? Mine are almost 8 inches wide…

  4. says

    Thanks for having us today Amy!!

    Ali… the download is an 8×10. i usually just have mine printed at costco and then trim it down.

  5. Tara says

    Thanks for sharing the cute printable. You guys are seriously talented and also kind to share with us all. THANK YOU!

  6. says

    This is just absolutely too cute. I will be making a set for every easter basket that i make!

    Thanks for sharing :)

    Hugs,
    ~Amber

  7. Debra says

    TFS appreciate those who are so willing to share their talents with those of us without any :) DEB~

  8. says

    Marshmallows! So clever! We were trying to come up with a candy that would resemble bunny tails, but got stuck on cotton candy… Haha!

    • says

      This was a guest post…but I believe that font is called Budmo Jigglish. They have it on Picnik.com which is a free site. Unfortunately it is closing in April. But you could hurry and use it now.

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