Easter Craft: Bunny Tail Treat Cups

 If these bunny tail treat cups don't tell ya how much of a tush gal I am then I don't know what does. Bunny tushes, baby tushes, puppy tushes.....heck, I'll even take one for the team, restraining order & all, & give Ryan Gosling a pinch to his bum just to prove to you all how much I like a good, cute tush. Yep, that's right I'd do that JUST for you.

Adorable and Easy Easter Idea for the kids! Bunny Tail Treat Cups

Adorable and Easy Easter Idea for the kids! Bunny Tail Treat Cups

So last we chatted I told you I was spending some time this weekend putting together some Easter treats for my nieces & nephew. Nice transition in conversation there, ay? We go from booty talk to Easter. That's right folks we cover it ALL here on the DN.  Any who, I came across these fun & spring colored cups at Target a few weeks ago.

I admit at the time of purchase I had no brillant ideas of what I was going to do with these here cups. I figured at the least I'd fill them full with jelly beans, just enough to send them kiddos into a raging sugar high. Surely, my SIL's would thank me later.

Then while I was perusing the aisles at Michael's I happen to see those styrofoam balls that you can use for miscellaneous crafts and immediatly butts came to mind.  I mean really who doesn't think of butts everytime they see those polystyrene foam spheres?
I'm talking bunny butts of couse! Isn't that a cute wittle bunny bum? Go ahead. You know you wanna give it a little tush squeeze.

So the anatomical breakdown of how I created this bunny bootie {there's something you don't hear everyday} is I just simply glued on a small cotton craft ball then cut out feet & pads from some thick white foam paper and pink cardstock. I adhered the rabbit's tootsies to the styrofoam ball with some more craft tacky glue.
I then placed a small treat bag of jelly beans in the bottom of each cup, then layered some green Easter grass on top of that, & lastly, the best part.....I topped them with the bunny butts.
Bottoms up! No we aren't drinking........yet.
So what do ya think of my bootays?
Tushes & tails...you get me every time.
I love these little guys. Curiousity got the best of them.
They've fallen and can't get up {will that line ever get old?}.
I think the kiddos will get a kick out of them too {or on the other hand my hubby said they would be traumatized by the decapitated bunnies when they remove the balls from the cups....men, I swear always the poopers at the party.}

I have officially used the word butt or some form of the word butt one hundred billion times in this post. That makes me a winner. Which is funny because I also happen to win the Mega Millions this past weekend as well. Oh wait, nevermind, that was just a daydream I had when I left work last Friday. Sigh, maybe someday.

Do you have any Easter crafts you've been working on lately? Styrofoam butts, perhaps?

PS. Check out how I packaged these cuties here (free printable included!)

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Regina of Live Delightfully said...

Haha!!! How adorable!!! I love those and you did a great job on them!

Happy Monday! At least looking at bunny butts makes it a little happier. Never thought I'd say that.

Anonymous said...

Ha! You crack me up Jen! Those cups are too cute though! Brings me back to the days of Easter egg hunts and face painting!

Lolly Jane said...

Hee hee! Too cute! :)

ms.composure said...

stumbled onto your blog and just wanted to leave you a little blog luv! Def enjoyed this post!! def a SUPER cute idea!


Lindsay @ Delighted Momma said...

Okay this is seriously freakin cute!! Love love it

DIYbyDesign said...

That is so cute. I was at Target today and I saw those cups and thought they were adorable. Love what you did with them. Thanks for sharing at the Bunny Blog Hop...you shared the perfect post!!

his little lady said...

these are absolutely adorable! what a great little decorator ;)
xo TJ

jas said...

so cute!


Alexa said...

Oh adorable! Love love the little feet!

Katie said...

those are adorable!! I wish I had time at school to have my kids make those! so cute!

Unknown said...

My kids would get such a kick out of these! I'm going to have to make some for this weekend.

Jill ~ Jillify It said...

Hey! Just a note to let you know that I featured you on my blog!!


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Anonymous said...

Very cute!

Lindy@Itsy Bitsy Paper said...

You are too good! Love it. Everything you post is always so darn cute. Great job on these little adorable bunny butts!


Lady Behind The Curtain said...

Why is it when I see a bunnies butt in the air I think it's cute. I don't know why but it is! This is such a cute Easter Party idea. Would you come over to Cast Party Wednesday and share your idea with us?
Thanks, I hope to see you there!

Jennifer said...

So stinkin' cute!! And so fun!
Sharing on Vintage Gwen's facebook page! :)

Christine said...

This is soooo darn CUTE!!!! Great idea!!!

I hope you'll share this at The DIY Dreamer... From Dream To Reality!! PLEASE :)

Lady Behind The Curtain said...

CONGRATULATIONS!!! Your party idea is being featured at Menu & Party Idea Round Up.
Thank you for sharing your idea with us at Cast Party Wednesday. Please grab a "featured" button.
http://www.ladybehindthecurtain.com/?page_id=1844 ---Sheryl---

Melissa @ LoveBugLiving said...

These are super cute! Love the bunny butts. :-)

Craftberry Bush said...

I just did exactly the same thing...but I can't say I thought of it myself...I was ispired by those bunny butt cupcakes that are everywhere...so adorable...happy Easter.

How to Nest for Less said...

These are so stinkin' cute!!!

Unknown said...

The name in the frame with birds is my favorite! I wish I had space in C's room for that!kids wall decals

mari of {crab+fish} said...

Of course I had to come check these buns out (heh)....and aggghhh! I love them! So cute!

Unknown said...

Wow, that craft is awesome! I'd love to try that for this coming Easter. I prefer some Easter crafts for kids that are easy to make so that my nieces could join in the making. Thanks for sharing your creativity.

Unknown said...

These are sooooo cute! I'm going to get the kids doing this one lol

I'd love to hear from you!