Monday, January 10, 2011

Marshmallow Bunny

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It's getting closer to the Chinese new year! Do you know it will be the year of the rabbit?
Check out these marshmallow bunnies I prepared! Aren't they adorable? Hey......this could be a fun dessert idea for the Easter too!

















3 marshmallows can turn into 2 bunnies!
 
- Use scissors to cut the marshmallows

 - Place the ears on the bunny

- Add face and tail, then decorate your bunny
Tips: I prepared a cup of hot water and paper towels on the side so that I can clean my scissors anytime.
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29 comments:

  1. Cute...you are really a creative mom..^^

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  2. Sweet bunny! Kids will absolutely love your creative idea :)

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  3. 你终是这样的有创意!!喜欢这可爱的小白兔

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  4. So cute! You have some great ideas for kids. I plan to come back and look further for some ideas for my grandsons.
    Rebecca

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  5. Thank you both so much for the nice comments. Don't forget to come back in the future for other marshmallow ideas! I'm working on another one right now ^^

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  6. Hi! Yesterday I received my first prize: STYLISH BLOGGER AWARD from BUBBLES ON MY PLANET. Who is awarded must write a post to be grateful with him/her, publish 7 things on him/herself and reward to another 15 blogs that she/him had discovered last year and he/she like it a lot. I´ve prized your blog, the motives appear in the post named “STYLISH BLOGGER AWARD”: http://lilandcloe.blogspot.com/
    Best regards and thanks for your interesting and fantastic job in the other side of the Atlantic Ocean, Lila&Cloe.

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  7. These are adorable! Great job, Tiffany! I'd love to feature them on my site for Easter, if that is ok?

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  8. Hi LiLa, thank you so much for the award ^,^

    To Michelle, sure sure, and thank you so much!

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  9. oooh I'm so making these I have marshmellow overload and wanted to make some rabbit treats for chinese new years. You saved me thanks!

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  10. You are so welcome, and so glad you likt it! Don't forget to check out the marshmallow teddy bear on the blog. It's also very easy! Thanks for visiting :D

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  11. OMG I LUV BUNNIES AND ME AND MY FRIENDZ R GUNNA HAVE A LITTLE VALENTINEZ DAY PARTY AND EVERYONES GUNNA BAKE SOMETHING AND BRING IT IN AND EVERYOEN KNOWS IM IN LUV WITH BUNNIES SO U BASICALLY SAVED MY LIFE BY GIVING ME SOMETHING 2 BRING IN!!! ILY!!! xD

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  12. Hooray~~~ my bunnies safe your life :D :D so happy!

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  13. These are so sweet! I'm including them in my Friday Favorites this week!

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  14. Thank you so much Staci. Can't wait to see these bunnies show up on your blog ^^

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  15. just searching around for bunnies online, and these are my fav

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  16. Really? aww....thank you so much!

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  17. Love these bunnies! Me and the kiddos are planning on making them for easter. One question though...What is holding the pieces together?

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  18. The sides that's been cut open are so sticky, so the only thing you need to do is pressing the pieces together. Or you can use cookie icing as glue! Hope this helps. Also, thank you for the comment :D

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  19. Your blog is adorable. Love the idea to use marshmallows. Always looking for ideas that are safe for my child, who is allergic to milk. Since we can have marshmallows, I love this idea. Thanks!
    Suzanne from Going Milk-Free at http://kidsallergies-goingmilkfree.blogspot.com/

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  20. These are perfect for my pre-school class! I plan on putting the bunnies on a cookie base with green colored coconut grass and jelly bean accents! So cute. Thanks for the great bunny!

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  21. Hi michelle, you are so welcome. so glad you like this bunny! I love your coconut grass and jelly bean ideas so much! I think I will do it on a cupcake ^^ Thank you, and have a nice week!

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  22. thanks Tiffany
    my cousin is having her birthday party soon and she loves rabbits/bunnies so when I saw your idea I knew I had to make them for her party all her friends will love them it will be the coolest party ever! thanks again

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  23. It's so sweet of you doing these for your cousin. Hope she and her friends like it. Have a fun party ^,^

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  24. Hi,
    I mentioned your tutorial on my blog. Hope it’s ok with you. Cheers, Alex
    http://cecrisicecrisi.blogspot.com/2012/03/10-idee-fai-da-te-per-una-pasqua.html#more

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  25. Your blog gave me a lot of inspiration !

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  26. Hello, please excuse my novice ignorance... but how do you "glue" the pieces of the rabbit together? :)

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  27. You don't really need "glue". The marshmallow is sticky when it cuts open.
    Or you can use cookie icing

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