Easter Bunny Tails Gift Bags #marshmallows #eastergift #labels #packaging #giftbags

Looking for a cute Easter treat that’s a bit different than chocolate eggs? These favour bags make for a fun gift to give after the hunt, or perhaps they can be used for the hunt!

Easter Bunny Tails Gift Bags #eastergift #marshmallows #labels #giftbags #packagingEaster Bunny Tails Gift Bags #eastergift #marshmallows #labels #giftbags #packaging

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Send marshmallow-loving families home from Easter brunch with a bag of bunny tails “collected from your garden.” Use a white tin-tie bag with a window to show off the collection. Add an Easter themed tag with a poem or message to your guests:

The Easter Bunny has been working hard,
Delivering Eggs in Everyone’s Yard.
Hopping here & there,
Oh No! He lost his tail!
Easter Bunny Tails Gift Bags #eastergift #marshmallows #labels #giftbags #packaging

It’s a simple project, no doubt. Isn’t that just what we could use right now? Something that is simple? Yeah, we can! So in the event that marshmallows aren’t the sweet that tickles your fancy, then here is a list of other confectionary treats that would work just as well:

  • Coconut covered marshmallows
  • Powdered sugar covered doughnut holes
  • Coconut covered doughnut holes
  • White jellybeans
  • White Lindor chocolate balls (wrappers removed)
  • White chocolate truffles
  • White chocolate rum balls
  • White candy covered nuts
  • Yogurt covered nuts or raisins
  • White Jordan almonds
  • Scotch mints
  • Peppermints
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Now all there is left to do is order easter labels and you have an easy but pretty-darn-adorable Easter gift.

Easter Bunny Tails Gift Bags #eastergift #packaging #giftbags #labels #marshmallows [printfriendly]

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Stephanie Rose (96 Posts)

Stephanie Rose is a gardener who lives in Vancouver, BC, Canada, where she has grown over 100 edibles, 400 perennials, and countless other plants in her small urban yard; a hobby that continues to grow with each season. Stephanie writes DIY garden projects, yummy recipes and crafty goodness at Garden Therapy where she hopes you will find something to inspire you to get outside for a little, well, garden therapy.


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