Yep, you read correct CottonTini Tails! I wanted to save these for last because they were my favorite...and made me smile. The idea came to me in the middle of the night. You do wake up in the middle of the night and think about how to decorate a glass don't you? Without further nonsense, here they are, the one and only...
Cotton Tini Tails
Cotton Tini Tails
Round Hole Punch
Pastel Pipe Cleaners
Pastel Pom Poms
Hot glued the little pom poms to the pipe cleaners, Punched a hole in the little rabbit's bum. Ouch - sorry about that!
Poked the pipe cleaner through the hole.
Then wrap the pipe cleaner around the stem of the martini glass.
It would work on any stemware, including Waterford Crystal!
Now it's time to sugar the rims. Pour Karo syrup in a circle in one plate and colored sanding sugar on another~
Dip the rim of the glass in the syrup and then the sugar~
Ready to fill - CottonTini Tails!
Now you need the perfect place to serve the CottonTini Tails~
I chose to make a little fenced in yard, with a shadow box~
I filled the inside with green grass and added the grass border and then the fence~
And the little Candy Easter Sign~
Made like this~
And all Easter wishes are sweeter if they're made from chocolate, right? When I saw this little mold at Hobby Lobby, it was calling my name...(and not Maureen)
You should see all of the ideas I have for this!! (I'm sure you will!) But today, just for
fun you, I made the Easter letters by melting colored candy melts in piping bags~
If you don't have piping bags, melt in a microwave bowl and pour into baggie. (Like the purple). Trim the ends and pipe into the letter mold. Place in refrigerator until hardened,then remove from mold and add to the front yard. Ready to be served~
I thought this would be a good way to END my Easter Party. I hope I've inspired you to have an Easter Party, or at least a CottonTini! Tail.
I have a couple more simple ideas...any takers?
The Bunny Stops Here!