Friday, April 2, 2010

White Hares and Sea Shells

When I picked up a bunny mold yesterday at my local craft store they were all out of the white chocolate melting wafers.

So I just used a bag of white chocolate morsels instead.

Wilton makes these baby blue pearls that caught my eye. (Except they call them sprinkles. )

I prefer to think of them as pearls. Overflowing pearls from all the oyster shells in the sea.

Sprinkles are for cupcakes anyway.

And now, all my little bunnies can have blue eyes too.

All the bunnies and shells are displayed on my "Down East Dessert Tray" that I made 5 months ago today. If you missed that post you can read about it here.

It looks like we'll be having some of those dragon eggs with our bunnies and shells on Easter.

And of course there will be coffee.

And pretty sea glass to complement the sea shells.

Some of the shells won't be edible though.

Unlike the bunny.

All except for the pink ribbon, of course.


Low Tide High Style said...

Those are almost too beautiful to eat! And be sure to check your email, I sent you one earlier today! :)

Kat :)

Onedia said... English tea time pretty

Piecefulafternoon said...

Again - soooo clever. Everything looks so pretty. Your ideas are so interesting.

Mermaid's Purse said...

Great arrangement of mouth and eye candy. Your Easter candy looks like it should be on an Easter wedding cake. The blue piece of sea glass is oh so delicious. Loved it!

Fair Winds and Calm Seas,
Deborah Leon