Little Bunny Brunch

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We worked with Avery & Grey (local children's hair accessory brand) to throw a fun Easter crafting event! The children made their own pair of fancy bunny ears, painted Easter egg cookies and enjoyed some delicious brunch snacks. For the table settings, we used Liberty floral & gingham patterned plates and napkins. The backdrop was inspired by a DIY from The House that Lars Built. We added the chick balloons as a fun Easter touch and they were a big hit with the kids - they always love the balloons!

Bunny Ear DIY:

Find plastic bunny ears you like, there are lots of styles out there. We ordered off Amazon.

Paper was the easier option for a kid DIY. We traced the outer ear shape on a fun patterned paper. Make sure you have an edge that you can glue to plastic ear. We put thin amount of tacky glue around the plastic ears and pressed the paper on, pattern showing through the front (reference pictures to see how ours looked). You can then add fun adornments like paper flowers, bows, rhinestones, etc. Let dry before wearing. We found hot glue was best for flowers along the sides.

Happy Easter!

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