Bunny Houses!

Or bunny cubes or bunny huts, because that’s what they look like!

These were fun to make with the kids. I just made a bunch of square sugar cookies and used royal icing to glue them together.

Then the kids decorated them with necco wafers, jelly beans, mini marshmallows, etc. I love how they all turned out so unique.

 

Comments

  1. I’ve never seen anything like these before! SOOO cute and I like how they don’t look too complicated to make. Gingerbread houses drive me crazy to bake!Thanks

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  3. Forgive me for having a blonde moment in my first attempt at a comment!

    These are absolutely darling!! I never would have thought to make them out of sugar cookies. Kids would LOVE to make these. Fabulous idea, thanks for sharing!

    Alison
    http://oopsey-daisy.blogspot.com/

  4. Neat and simple idea…luv it! Hope you have a FUN week:)

    Blessings,
    Linda

  5. what a fun idea, my kids would love doing this!

  6. AWWWW. That is really sweet. My munchkin would love that project (and that dessert).
    http://www.marvelouslymessy.blogspot.com

  7. absolutely adorable! They just ooze precious…

  8. What a cute & sweet idea!

    Judy@cutest-little-things

  9. awesome idea! I have a scout meeting coming up and was thinking of a fun, easy and fast craft… great idea.

  10. These are adorable! I bet the kiddos had a blast making them!
    I’d love for you to join in the fun at the Spring Blog Hop!
    http://hoosierhomemade.com/cupcake-tuesdayeaster-egg-cupcakesspring-hop-party/
    ~Liz

  11. those are just darling, a must try thanks for posting!!!

  12. So sweet – I bet your kids had a blast making them!!

  13. What a great idea that is perfect for little hands. I’ve got a MckLinky party called Tot Tuesdays. I hope you’ll stop by & share:
    http://delicious-ambiguity-nennyk.blogspot.com/2010/03/tot-tuesdays-2.html

  14. what a cute idea!! found you though the spring blog hop!
    my kids would love this idea :)

  15. My daughter would have loved to have made these when she was younger. Our best memories are of mother/daughter time in the kitchen. I am joining in the Spring Blog Hop with my edible gumdrop flowers that I made with my own mom growing up. I hope you have a chance to stop by and see them.

  16. Thanks for linking up. I hope you’ll join me next week for another Tot Tuesday!

  17. Looks fun and yummy! What a great idea! : )

  18. How fun – what a great idea! I linked on my weekly roundup – thanks so much for sharing! (And now I’m strangely hungry for sugar cookies… :>))

  19. I’ve done gingerbread houses but hadn’t thought of making bunny houses! My guys would LOVE this. Thanks :).

  20. Hi Brandy,
    You’ve been FEATURED on Tot Tuesdays this week. I hope you’ll stop by & grab a FEATURED button from the top left side of my blog. Happy Easter!

  21. I would have never thought to make houses for bunnies! Great idea, it’ll give us something to do with the kids this weekend! Thanks for linking up!

  22. Oh, toooo cute! That’s such a fun idea! I’d love for you to share it here if you have a minute:

    http://oneartmama.blogspot.com/2012/03/shine-on-fridays-19-and-some-fabulous.html

  23. This is a cute and original idea! Thank you!

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