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Yesterday, I had the fun opportunity to help with the Easter party at Sawyer’s preschool. I think the kids had a great time at the celebration. We made bunny masks, ate bunny shaped Rice Krispie treats, read Easter books, and did an egg relay game.
Bunny Bait Play Dough Carrots
I wanted to make a quick, inexpensive little treat for all of Sawyer’s classmates. I know this weekend will be filled with chocolate bunnies, jelly beans and other sugary deliciousness, so I wanted to stay away from candy. Sawyer loves play-doh and I am a huge fan of this flour and salt recipe. I make it all the time! I usually try to blend up different and unusual colors with the food coloring, but a batch of all orange worked perfectly for these carrots. I mixed up the dough, squeezed it into these triangular candy bags and then just tied the top with green ribbons! So easy! I think they are so adorable!
If you are looking for a quick, last little item for those Easter baskets this weekend, give these play dough carrots a try!
The free printable “Bunny Bait” tag is available in the Just Add Confetti Printable Library. The library is a password protected page available for all subscribers. Not a subscriber? No problem! Just enter your name and email below and you will receive a welcome email with the password to log in!
The printable PDF file contains editable fields (for the name). Open the PDF in Adobe Reader and click where it says “Happy Easter! Love, Easton” and type the name you would like to include. Then, click “save” and print.
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