Friday, April 6, 2012

Bunny Easter Baskets

Hey everyone!!!!  Oh, I have been the worst blogger and bloggy friend!!!!  I have been really doing a lot to keep myself busy lately...  I am so glad that I have this beautiful 4-day weekend to unwind and catch up on some things that I have been neglecting (ex. my blog, house cleaning...).  Yesterday my mom, sister, and I drove all around my little town taking pictures of a family friend for her senior pictures.  Her family couldn't afford to get them professionally done, so we hooked her up with some really nice looking pictures.  We have a local park that has a lot of nice, big trees and a duck/goose pond (I had my senior pictures done there 12 years ago!), so we took pictures there (and several other places)...  It was actually really fun!!!  I have a lot of crafting to do today for my design team posts, so I can have tomorrow off and hopefully go to the local swapmeet in my town & possibly see "21 Jump Street" (that movie looks hilarious)! 

Anywho, enough about me!  ;)  Here is a cute little Easter project that I have been doing for the last 7 years with all of my classes.  They always turn out so cute, and they are extremely easy to make!  I love how kids illustrate things, no adult can duplicate the whimsical details that they can capture!!!  The bunny on the right must have looked intimidating to my kiddos because they were calling it the "bully bunny".  It kind of does look like a bunny you wouldn't want to mess with!  :)  To make this I just trace the bunny outline on a white sandwich bag and have the kids cut it out.  Then you fold the sides down and staple the ears at the top.  I then put the Easter grass in there, and we cross our fingers that the Easter Bunny fills it with treats (and he did)!



Hope you have a great weekend!  Hopefully I can make it over to your blogs and leave you some love!  :)

6 comments:

Amy said...

Aren't they adorable!! Your kids did a great job! I hope you have a wonderful Easter! :)Amy

Sunshine HoneyBee said...

I miss the days when my daughter was younger and did wonderful crafts like this.
Melissa
"Sunshine HoneyBee"

Yoshira aka cricutalltime said...

Great baskets.i will try it with my son.

Shelly said...

OH my gosh these are so ADORABLE! They did such a GREAT job. What a great idea!
Shelly

Dr Sonia S V said...

Amy they are so cute!! Happy holidays!
Cheers
Sonia
cardsandschoolprojects.blogspot.com

Lisa said...

Oh my gosh, absolutely adorable!! They did such a fabulous job!! Thank you for sharing these with us :)

Lisa
A Mermaid's Crafts