Wednesday, April 16, 2014

DIY Tutorial ~ Bunny Boom Booms aka Chocolate Covered Bunny Peeps

Last week we shared with your our newest Easter Party Suite ~ Fleece and Fur. If you missed it, you can click here to read all about it. Today, we are going to teach you how to make these super cute and oh so yummy Bunny Boom Booms! They are so easy too! 


Here's what you'll need: 


You will also need a wooden skewer or something similar and a small cup of water. 


Dip the skewer into the water ~ this will make it easier to insert the straw without bending it. 


Then insert the paper straw. 
Place candy melts in a microwave safe bowl or plate and microwave them for about 30 seconds. Making sure not to burn it. We used half the bag of melts for this project. Stir the melts until they are smooth in texture.


Place the marshmallow Peep bunny into the melted candy melts and make sure it gets coated very well. We stirred ours around the bowl. 


Place a small yellow candy as the Bunny's tail and you are done!! We used Skittles, but you can use an M&M or Sixlets.
Yep! I told it was easy!! 


Place one of our cute Easter tags on it and you have yourself a party favor! 
Perfect for Easter, Baby Shower, Birthday or any Springtime celebration!  
We would LOVE for you to share this with your friends, using hashtags #BunnyBoomBoomsDIY and #BellaGreyDesignsDIY!

You can find more Easter inspiration Here and Here!

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About Jennifer

Jennifer Kirlin, Party Stylist/Founder of BellaGrey Designs Blog and Shop. Jennifer’s work has been featured by Hostess with the Mostess, The Bump and Amy Atlas, as well as in e-magazines including Tots to Teens and Everyday Party Magazine.

1 comment:

  1. Looks so delicious and cute! This would be a great giveaway not just for Easter but also for rabbit-themed kiddie parties!

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