I made miniature brownies with cream cheese frosting and raspberries on top for dessert. This was the second batch of brownies and I had barely minutes to spare before I had to be at school for the party but it worked out. I figured they didn’t need a huge dessert on top of their 14 eggs full of candy.
And here is my craft: a little sock bunny.
This is the version I made for an example. The ones that the kids made were cuter and they had some different colored ones. We filled the bottom of a child’s sock with beans, put an elastic around his neck, then stuffed his head with cotton stuffing and another elastic at the top. We cut the rest of the sock in half for his ears. Then we added eyes, nose, teeth and tail. I found felt with adhesive backing in black and white so the eyes and teeth were easy to go on. The tail (a white pom pom) and nose just needed a little tacky glue and stayed on there fine. I spent forever putting all the supplies together for these and putting kits together for the kids but it went really smoothly and I think everyone had fun with it.
I also made these cute carrots out of napkins and silverware.
Jack was not cooperating with the camera but at least there is evidence that he is eating a peanut butter and jelly sandwich again. After eating two a day for a couple years, he got tired of them and went on a sandwich strike for about a year. But he realized that he likes jelly again and has been eating jelly sandwiches lately.