I Couldn't Resist

I got the cutest idea from over at Bakerella...Easter basket cupcakes! How cauuuute are these!!!I food colored the frosting and coconut green for the grass, added jelly beans and chocolate into the basket, and rainbow twizzlers for the handle...and there you have it!

I just love the little chocolate bunnies and chocolate coins...so nostalgic to my childhood!



Card stock name cards help the cupcakes stand upright when wrapped in cellophane.
Tied with a sweet little ribbon, my family is sure to enjoy these sweet treats come Easter morning. I made extra effort to address each cupcake by name as to make the recipient feel extra special...like I hand chose each one personally. Cute bunny for my crafty cousin, peanut butter chocolate for dad, and pretty ribbons for the girls...because they appreciate those things more than the men!
Are you making any special Easter treats for your loved ones?

And if you haven't heard there is a darling garden party going on at Lola B's celebrating her 200th post...Kasey is just adorable...she's the one standing on the right...

And her giveaway is to die for...literally...you will not believe me until you see it with your own eyes. Anyways, I fell in love with her blog the moment I found it...you will just adore her as well...and shoot...she sure is a funny one!

Happy Easter!



29 comments:

  1. What a cute idea. I love that you've personalized the treats. It does make one feel more special.

    I'll be making my famous strawberry cake for Easter. I plan to post the recipe Saturday.

    Have a happy day

    Kris

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  2. Ashley, I don't know where you find the time. I love the baskets.. they are sooo cute!! I wish I had little ones to do this for. Alas..just my two grown girls and mother-in-law for Easter. Have a wonderful Easter Sunday!

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  3. My mom used to make Easter basket cupcakes like these every year, but you have taken them to a new level with the candies on top. (I think she used jelly beans.) Thanks, too, for the information about Lola B's celebration. I'm headed over now to sign up! Have a Happy Easter.

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  4. CUTE! I could actually maybe sort of do those! :) I love tutorials like this. I needed some more Easter ideas.

    I started my 100th post Giveaway yesterday...if you have time to come by, that would be fab-u-lous! ;)

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  5. coule you make some for me?? I'm too busy cleaning up after the party.
    xo

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  6. Your cuppycakes are so sweet☺

    Not sure what "special" baking my tween and I will be up to today, but I want to do something Eastery and fun.

    Happy Easter to you☺

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  7. So cute....
    I'll be posting today but I will be the new host of Tasty Tuesdays. You'll need to put these cute cupcakes up there with a great recipe for us to be inspired. :)

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  8. Yummy.... Where's my cupcake??? Hahahaha CUTE!

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  9. Looks like you're ready for the Easter Bunny!

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  10. Those are really cute! All they look really easy too.

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  11. Those are so adorable! I wish I felt like making something like that. LOL! My MIL is making easter dinner, so I'm letting her. I am about to go blow out some eggs so I can do that Martha idea I saw the other day. I'm sure I'll post them tonight if I actually get to them!

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  12. Love, love, love these!!!! I wish I had time to make some before Easter!

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  13. Oh my goodness I love this!!

    My little one has a severe dairy allergy so we will have a hard time finding dairy-free Easter treats for him---but this one I will remember!! Even though I prefer baking from scratch, I know there are dairy-free cake and frosting mixes. Thanks for the ideas!!!

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  14. Your Cupcakes look so cute and Yummy! :) It looks like almost a shame to eat them, but at lest you got pics of it! Thank You for sharing!
    Have a Great Day!
    Jennifer

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  15. Those are so much cuter than my little pudding pies!

    You've got to come check out the craft on my blog Saturday. I think you'll get a kick out of it!

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  16. Great idea. I am in charge of Easter dessert. So that gives me some good ideas.

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  17. Great spin on Bakerella's idea! Love it! They will love it!

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  18. So cute, I'd just put them on a shelf and look at them!
    Have a great Easter.
    Sandra

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  19. Oh, I wish I would've seen that earlier! I might still do that with my son! now, off to check out Lola B!

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  20. Oh, I wish I would've seen that earlier! I might still do that with my son! now, off to check out Lola B!

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  21. Darling and Delicious!
    joyce

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  22. Those are fabulous! Look at you, just a few months ago you were a cupcake virgin and now you're a pro!

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  23. Super cute idea! Thanks for your sweet comments about my blog and our boy. We just welcomed a little girl to our family last week. That's why the blog has been a bit sparse lately, trying to get ready for her. Anyway, love your blog. So many cute ideas, I'm all about crafting and repurposing!

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  24. Super cute idea! Thanks for your sweet comments about my blog and our boy. We just welcomed a little girl to our family last week. That's why the blog has been a bit sparse lately, trying to get ready for her. Anyway, love your blog. So many cute ideas, I'm all about crafting and repurposing!

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  25. Just popped in to invite you to join my birthday giveaway! Spread the news!

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  26. Oh so cute!!! I'm going to have to remember those next year. I bet your family was thrilled! :)

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