Last year when Easter hopped into town I had this inexplicable urge to have an inflatable bunny in our Happy Home.
Oriental Trading totally saved the day!
Aren’t they ADORABLE?!?!
I loved them so much that I bought 60 of them for our MOM group at church.
But as much as those inflatable bunnies were cute just sitting on the foyer table to greet us as soon as we walked in the Happy Home, I decided to have a little fun with them.
I wrote this poem…
I am the Easter Bunny coming to stay
Simply blow me up so that we can play!
Then set me outside every day around 4
And you will see how much fun is in store
Because I’m going to bring you some treats and some laughs
And share with you a story that eternally lasts!
Then on the 9th day before Easter, I dropped off a deflated bunny and the note at our neighbor’s house.
This happened every day leading up to Easter.
Would you like to be the Easter Bunny for your Happy Home neighbor friends???
First, hop on over to Oriental Trading and buy some Inflatable Bunnies ($9.99 for 12, so be ready to pass them out to everyone you know and tell them to visit this site so they can get in on the magic).
Here is the Happy Buddy showing his inflatable some Bunny Love.Giving his bunny a kiss.Copy the poem above on a notecard (or edit it for a daily time that works for your Happy Home) and deliver it 9 days before Easter.
For the next 8 days, your neighbor should leave their bunny on their front porch at the designated time. When you see it, creep up – with Happy Buddies in tow, and drop off two cards from the Free Printable links below (don’t forget to go in chronological order!). You could include a small plastic treat-filled egg each day, too, if you want!
You will have so much fun on your Inflatable Easter Bunny Neighbor Adventure!
Spreadin’ the Gospel and inflatable bunnies. Sounds good to me!!!!!!!
Happy Inflatable Bunny Evangelizing-ing! 🙂
P.S. I figured out why I have such an inexplicable urge for inflatable bunnies at Easter.Found this picture of my brothers and me from an Easter many moons ago. Seems that my Happy Home Fairy Mom had a thing for inflatable bunnies too. 🙂