Shy Bunny Cupcake

This little guy must be shy. Maybe he’s nervous about the “big day”  He’s hiding!

Well, maybe he fell over his big feet?

I just love the edible grass, such fun!

Melted white and pink chocolate to make the feet, on wax paper. Chocolate frosting on cupcake, with a bit of white frosting on top for the body, then a mini marshmallow moistened then dipped in nonpareils. Edible grass is available at Easter time, I just cut it into small pieces and stuck them in.

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  1. 7

    Paula says

    Still laughing at the cupcake but never heard of the edible grass before. You folks in California have everything! LOL

    • 8

      Diane says

      I found it last year it’s from Germany, I buy it at Target (don’t think Taget is in Canada, I have no clue what stores are in your area. I’m no help! I used it last year for bird nests for my macaroon chicks http://www.createdby-diane.com/2010/03/macaroon-c… this year I bought some just in case…so glad I did, I cut it into short pieces. It’s watermelon flavor, very odd but looks great!
      Hope you had a wonderful Easter.

  2. 12

    says

    What an adorable bunny! I’m a fellow Camp Blogaway camper. I figured I’d calm my nerves by saying hello to everyone online before this weekend, though it just seems to be getting me more excited (hence the 1:45am comment!) I’m looking forward to meeting you :)

    ~Danni with LambAround

    • 13

      Diane says

      Hi Danni,
      Looking forward to meeting you this weekend. Let me know if you’re on twitter, I have a campblogaway list. I looked on your blog but didn’t see it.
      ~Diane

    • 20

      Diane says

      I didn’t use a template, I just guessed but after doing a few they were all about the same size. You can draw the shape you want on a piece of paper, copy it so you have enough to fill the paper and then place it under a piece of parchment to guide you.

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