Easter Bunny Cupcakes are BACK!

Easter Bunny Cupcake

Today’s post is a flashback post.  A couple of years ago, I created this sweet little Easter Bunny cupcake project.  Still to this day, it is one of my favorite projects I have made and I still have people pinning it on PINTEREST (follow me here).  I was so tickled with how she turned out, I headed out to the store for MORE cupcakes!

Chocolate Easter Bunny cupcake

Lo and behold, Chocolate Easter Boy Bunny was born!  Who doesn’t LOVE a chocolate bunny, right?

Easter Chick cupcake

Then my dear friend Jann McCollom found these orange cupcakes (which were more yellow than orange) and came up with this sweet little chickie!  Adorable!


And now, here’s the whole gang, just one big happy, yummy, family!

I wanted to share these ideas with you because they were SO easy and SO cute sitting in an Easter basket!

SUPPLIES USED on pink Easter Bunny:

  • Top Note die     113463
  • White cardstock     100730
  • Pretty in Pink cardstock     100459
  • Basic Black cardstock     121045
  •  1¼” circle punch     119861
  • ½” circle punch     119869
  • Extra Large Oval punch     119859
  • Large Oval punch     119855
  • Stampin’  Sponge     101610
  • Pretty in Pink Classic ink     126955
  • SNAIL adhesive     104332 (refill 104331)
  • Easter sentiment  of your choice
  • Black or gray marker     100082
  • White gel pen    105021
  • Sticky Strip     104294
  • Pink Coconut cupcake

With the Big Shot, cut out a Top Note die from the White cardstock.  Fold it in half.  Sponge the edges in Pretty in Pink ink.  Punch out (2) 1¼” circles and (2) Extra large Ovals from the white cardstock; sponge in Pretty in Pink ink.  With the ½” circle punch, punch out (2) black circle and (1) pink circle.  You will also need to punch out (2) Large Ovals from the pink cardstock.

Find the center of the die and draw some whiskers.  Cover the center with the pink circle (nose).  Layer the ovals together to form the bunny’s ears.  Adhere them to the back of the top note die.  Layer the (2) white circles down at the bottom of the die to create the bunny’s cheek.  A bit of the top note (the point) should stick out and look like teeth.  Adhere the (2) black circles for eyes.  Use the white gel pen to create a “gleam” in the bunny’s eyes.  Make a few dots on the cheeks, if desired.

Adhere the bunny to the top of the cupcake bag using Sticky Strip.  Add the sentiment.

I hope you get a chance to make this fun project this Easter!  If you need any of the supplies listed above, you can purchase them by clicking on my ONLINE ORDER BUTTON at the top right of the screen!

6 Responses to “Easter Bunny Cupcakes are BACK!”

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  1. Theresa says:

    They are so cute.

  2. Janene Smith says:

    Those are truly adorable and VERY CLEVER! Kudos!

  3. Vicki Keyzer says:

    These are the cutest things ever. I want to know how many of these cupcakes were taste tested?????

    • Connie says:

      LOL! The coconut marshmallow ones? None (I hate marshmallows). The chocolate and orange ones? DEVOURED THEM! 🙂

  4. Leann Smith, SU Demo says:

    Unfortunately, Hostess is no longer in business. Little Debbie has the chocolate cupcakes. I found some brownies and marshmallow cookies with white, yellow & pink frosting, also from Little Debbie. They will have to work. Thanks for re-showing these cuties!!

    • Connie says:

      Yeah, it is sad about Hostess. The hard part with Little Debbie is a lot of her “cakes” come in a twin pack rather than just one but her cakes are so darn pretty! I love creating gifts with them!

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