Thursday, March 25, 2010

SHHH!!!!! I'M HUNTING WABBITS!!!!


Here we go ladies....the Easter/Spring Break ritual...I always try to have a little something for the kids at my girls' school the weekend before Easter. This year I scoured the internet looking for an idea that wouldn't break the bank and found just the right one...you may have seen it, but I'm gonna share it with you and thanks to Sister's Stuff blog for the inspiration.

Cheese Puff Carrots!!

What you will need:

12 inch frosting bags...I used Wilton $12.99 for a pack of 50 and a package of 12 for $3.99(I had a 40% off coupon from Michael's..woohoo)
2 packs Green cocktail napkins...Walmart $1.50 each
Green ribbon
Cheese Puffs...any brand...I used Walmart brand $1.68 for a 10oz. bag

I made approximately 60 Carrots and used 10 bags of cheese puffs














I'm participating in:

Easter Decor Day


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22 comments:

  1. Wow! That idea is so super cute for kids! I love it!!! And yummy..cheese curls!!! I saw your post on "fingerprints on the fridge".

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  2. Hi! I'm stopping by from Follow Me Friday. I love the cheese curl carrots. I especially love that they aren't candy. I think my boys and I (cheetos-lovers) will do this as a project this week. Happy Friday.

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  3. How cute! What a great idea and very unique! I love it!

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  4. Very cute!Stopping in from Follow me Friday! Glad I found you - I'm looking forward to following you!
    Susan
    www.BlackberryJamCafe.blogspot.com

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  5. I'm totally doing this for my daughter's Easter basket. Thanks for sharing this.

    Thanks for joining Get Your Craft on Thursday. Please join me next week for another great party. Don’t forget to stop by and enter my giveaway. I’ll announce the winner at next weeks party!

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  6. This is fantastic! I am a new follower from Friday Follow and will be checking back often:)

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  7. Oh I can't wait to make these with my grandson. Thank you for sharing.

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  8. Very fun! I love that it is not a sweet treat! A little something for us salt lovers! :)

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  9. LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS!!! I'm featuring this at somedaycrafts.blogspot.com. Grab my "featured" button.

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  10. So cute! I've seen these with goldfish and jellybeans as well. Thanks so much for linking up to my Easter party, have a great weekend!

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  11. This is fantastic! I am going to include a link to this post in my Inspire My Saturday Post today. Thanks so much for sharing.

    XO*Tricia

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  12. That's a great idea! I might steal it for the kids baskets! Thanks!

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  13. What a cute idea! Thanks for sharing. Have a blessed Easter.

    Debbie

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  14. That is a great idea!! My hubby would be eating those"carrots" like crazy though!! LOL!!
    Debbie

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  15. What a fantastic idea! Something different than the usual chocolate or candy treats at this time of year. Thanks for sharing!

    DD

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  16. What a great idea and it looks super simple! I'm sure all the kiddos at the school will be super thrilled to see you before the break!

    Thanks for joining me for my first Easter Decor Day! Happy Easter to you and your family!

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  17. I'm bringing something like this to work on Saturday but was lucky enough to find bags that look just like carrots. All I have to do is fill them and tie on some ribbon.

    Your alternative is tooo cute. I'll have to remember these. Thanks for sharing the idea.

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  18. Oh my gosh those are so fun. My son LOVES cheetos so he would think these are awesome, love it. Thanks for the great idea.

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  19. Those Cheeto carrots are the cutest thing ever. They made me LOL!!
    Now that's a carrot I could enjoy.
    Great job!

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  20. that's so cute!!

    have a lovely day

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