|We couldn't leave our plates plain so we added carrots--I already expressed how endearing those little guys are this time of year. And again with the crepe paper. It is so much fun and versatile!!|
Now I went with two bunnies and a carrot and it seemed to be a happy bunch for me. Dot's bunnies and carrots didn't seem to agree...
Her bunnies are just too cute on their own and needed their own banner...aren't they so cute!!
Ahh, much better! Now the carrots almost look like specimen art!
I love this by the way Dot...might be copying that at my house
After I hung these I thought to myself that they looked like dinosaur eggs and now that's all I see! But they're staying up! And I just might buy more and use them for a dinosaur birthday party this summer!
The best thing about these bunnies (besides how cute they are) is how simple they are to make. This is really something you can make with your kids. You cut one plate to make the 2 ears, glue them on to another plate and embellish how you wish.
If you want to embellish like ours...
So have with this and if you do make a bunny banner we would love to see!!
What darling Easter decorations! I'm absolutely loving those carrots -- and that is a great idea to save some egg plates for a dinosaur party later in the year! So clever.
I agree with you about Target. I swear they put something in the air to make us buy more. What a totally simple and sweet Easter craft you have going on here...
I'd LOVE if you could share this with my readers tonight @Creative Juice Thursday. Party starts @ 7pm CST. Get your crafting shoes on. Hope to see you there...
LOVE.THIS!! Featured you at Ucreate with Kids. Here's the link:
Those are fabulous!!
They look so cute. I saw you at Friday Flair by Whipper Berry.
Today is my blog's first linky party. I would love for you to add both: http://koolbeenz-blog.blogspot.com/search/label/Funky%20Fresh%20Fridays.
Love the paper plate bunnies!
Awesome decorating idea, love it! Thanks for linking up at my party:)
Super creative! Target's always killing my budget.
I hear you about the Target thing. The Happy Hubby has asked our local Target to black-list me so that they won't even let me in the door anymore. :-)
Thanks for a wonderful, affordable project!!!
thanks for stopping by and linking up last week. hope to see you back soon.
p.s. your blog name is so memorable!
Just stopping by to let you know that I've featured your craft on Family Fun Crafts! You can see it here:
If you have other kid friendly crafts, I'd love it if you would submit them. :) If you would like to display a
featured button on your site, you can grab one from the right side bar of your post above.
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