Felt Bunny Treats

As mentioned before in the past weeks, my daughter's fifth birthday is coming up, but I'm getting out of inspiration when it comes to treats. Just in time I found this Bunny Treats, as there are just a couple of days left to make them.


My daughter (almost 5) is asking for a little rabbit for ages, but because we have two cats that both are quite fond of a little game, we have hesitated for months. 
At NYE we had a party with some friends and when the time was there, we let up a wish balloon. My little one came up to me and said 'Mommy, you know what I wished for? I wished I'll get a real little rabbit for my birthday. And I will call him Little Hare.'
Be honest, who can say no to such?! So the rabbit will come! It won't be little, though, because it has to be able to scare the cats off, so we choose to get a Flemish Giant. It has to stay with its mother for two more weeks, but pictures will follow soon! 

Anyway, because of this present, the theme of the treats had to be something to do with rabbits of course. Excellent treat, this felt bunny bags, that I filled with jelly beans!

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Comments

  1. Liz these are so sweet and I feel an Easter project coming on! I found you through a linky party quite some time ago and have been following for a while. I'm launching my own Five Star Frugal linky party today, focusing on elegant living on a shoestring, and I'd be honoured if you would share your lovely post there. Happy Blogging New Year.. Mimi xxx
    http://atrayofbliss.blogspot.com.au/2015/01/the-five-star-frugal-link-up-premiere.html

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    1. Thanks for inviting me to your party! I just tried to link up some projects, but the link party is already closed, so I will wait till next week. Thanks for visiting and following me!

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  2. What a great idea. It must be fun to have a treat in such a bag. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. So sweet and a sweet story too! Tonight I was on a walk through out quiet city with my daughter and all of a sudden on a little grassy hill I saw a large rabbit which looked like it belonged to someone. I did think about trying to catch it, but decided against it, though it was so very cute. And then of course my daughter reminded me that a few years ago I promised my kids a rabbit......the problem is we don't have any yard where it could enjoy grass etc, so I am wondering how kind that would be..... not to mention that we usually go away for a good month and that is a long time to give your rabbit to someone!

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    1. We had to think about it a lot, too. We will keep the rabbit in the house in winter and when it's warmer it can live in the garden (in a cage). My best friend is living next to me, she takes care of our animals when we're on vacation and such.
      Tomorrow we're going to pick Little Hare up!

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  4. ohhhh i would love a hare! so cute and cuddly and what a great name :)

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  5. So, so cute! These would be great for easter also to put in the baskets. Thanks for sharing on Merry Monday!

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  6. What a great way to use felt. I have quite a few scraps at the moment that I could use to make these!
    Thank you for linking up over at the Talented Tuesday Link Party :-)

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  7. What adorable bags! I love them! Thank you for linking-up with us at the Oh My Heartsie Girls Wordless Wednesday Link Party.

    Wishing you an awesome week!

    xx
    Lysa
    Co-Host OMHGWW

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  8. These are so cute! So sweet for birthday treats :) Thanks for sharing at the OMHG WW!

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    1. Thanks, Joy! Are you from the Netherlands, btw (because of your last name, meaning 'nice weather' in Dutch)?

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  9. Adorable! I love them! Thanks for linking up to the Bloggers Brags Pinterest Party. I have pinned for to the Bloggers Brags Pinterest Board.

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