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It’s that time of year again and if you hear your kids begging for a cuddly little  bunny, think twice.

Quite possibly Hans Wagner gave in to his kids, and just look at what he has now!  A weally, weally big Wabbit weighing in at 22 pounds!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Could this the Easter Bunny’s daughter?

If your kids are still talking rabbits, give making these napkin rings a try.

Hop over to Creativity for Kids and learn how with one white pipe cleaner, a couple of googly eyes, and a pink pom pom nose, you can twist, bend, and glue your way to a sweet little bunny napkin ring.

 

Another wabbit trick you can learn from Martha. Bunny napkin folds it’s a good thing.

P.S. If you think the giant wabbit is a fake – it’s a nope from snopes.

It’s that time of year again and if you hear your kids begging for a cuddly little  bunny, think twice.

Quite possibly Hans Wagner gave in to his kids, and just look at what he has now!  A weally, weally big Wabbit weighing in at 22 pounds!

Could this the Easter Bunny’s daughter?

If your kids are still talking rabbits, give making these napkin rings a try.

Hop over to Creativity for Kids and learn how with one white pipe cleaner, a couple of googly eyes, and a pink pom pom nose, you can twist, bend, and glue your way to a sweet little bunny napkin ring.

Another wabbit trick you can learn from Martha. Bunny napkin folds it’s a good thing.

P.S. If you think the giant wabbit is a fake – it’s a nope from snopes.

We’re not crackn’ any eggs this weekend, saving that task, but with Easter just a week away, there are some other special projects on our list.

First off this Egg Shaped Lantern from the Chocolate Muffin Tree looks ideal brightening up a gloomy gray Minnesota Saturday.

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Kick off an Easter candy high or if you have will power of steel, how about making pizza with left over candy? Left over candy, what’s that? French Knots has this sweet Easter Candy Pizza recipe for you.

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For us, egg coloring will be next weekend when we really get crackn’.

This eco-eggs coloring kit is made from natural plant, fruit and vegetable extracts. It includes three natural dyes (orange, blue and purple), a color chart for creating 6 colors and instructions for coloring eggs. Packaged with creature cutouts for the cutest and healthiest Easter Eggs ever!

How do you like your eggs? Aren’t these cute? And so appetizing at the same time! Peep peep….