Bunnies and chicks oh my!

Springtime means cute little creatures come out to play. Instead of filling the Easter baskets entirely with candy, although there was a great deal of that as well, a few little critters snuck in. Plans were made to make a bunny cake and some mini-mango cheesecakes but each endeavor was vetoed as everyone had had their fill of sweets for quite a long time.

These little fluff balls were made fairly quickly and assembled even faster thanks to my trusted hot glue gun. In the end, these are even better than chocolate critters as they last much longer than the time it would take you to eat the candy. Not to mention they’re adorable. I also made some little origami bunnies and furry bunny ears. Oh I think I would be happy making all things bunny forever.

Another very exciting thing is that I finally shelled out the money to buy myself a stainless steel bento box. Okay, it wasn’t that much money, but I’d been holding out. I try to bring my lunch to work with me most of the time, but throwing a sandwich or leftovers in some tupperware just isn’t that inspiring. Having an adorable metal bento box to put my food in, on the other hand, makes me want to fill it with delcious meals. It’s rare that I make a meal thinking about having it for lunch the next day but I was excited to fill my new little lunch box with rice, toasted seaweed and teriyaki baked un-chicken. It tasted great and was that much better since I knew there wasn’t any chemicals leaching into my food from a plastic container. Yay!

8 Responses to “Bunnies and chicks oh my!”
  1. Melisser says:

    OMG, sooo cute! I love those bentos too!

  2. Glauce says:

    OMG, loved the bunny!

  3. trina says:

    Pack my lunch!

  4. Sunny says:

    Your craftiness amazes me! 🙂

  5. Foodeater says:

    Yum… both the food and the bento look awesome!

  6. Love the bunny and chick. Great looking lunch and like the bento!

  7. Vee says:

    How does that work? You just eat it cold? I would love to get one of these but I need to heat my stuff up.

    • miss alix says:

      I heated it up in the morning and it stayed fairly warm till lunch. Not piping hot but not cold either.

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