Planning my Easter Brunch with Felt Bunnies and Nutella

easter bunny tablescape

I found the theme for my Easter party looking at these yellow and white felt rabbits by Daff. They are adorable. I am still for a retailer who carries them; I will keep you posted if I find one. Feel free to share if you know a source.

Homemade Nutella on the Menu

diy nutella by cook and eat

I often make crepes (not pancakes) or Belgium waffles on Sunday for breakfast. Most of times, I serve them with my quick-to-make fruit jam recipe. It is topped with authentic maple syrup. I do not live in Quebec for nothing.

Once in a while, I will spread Nutella instead. This is why I got intrigued yesterday when I saw on Cook and Eat a recipe for homemade Nutella. The beautiful photos were taken by the talented photographer Lara Ferroni, the blogger behind Cook & Eat.

Until I publish my crepe recipe experiment with Joe David’s Nutella Crepe recipe from David Rocco’s Dolce Vita TV series. Basically, he replaced some of my eggs with olive oil. I drop 1/2 teaspoon pure vanilla extract or orange extract on mine. You evenly smooth out the batter by turning the crepe pan. The key is in the wrist movement.

A Call to Crafters

If they are any crafter interested in creating similar bunnies before Easter, I am interested in featuring your tutorial with a downloadable pdf template to cut the shapes. Fill out the contact form to inform me of your interest.

+ Felt bunnies, felt bag, felt boxes, felt coasters and felt placemats by Daff
+ Felt boxes, coasters and placemats in assorted colors at Provide p 604.632.0095
   529 Beatty St, Vancouver, BC, Canada get directions
+ DIY Nutella: photography by Lara Ferroni – rights reserved

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3 Responses to “Planning my Easter Brunch with Felt Bunnies and Nutella”

  1. I love that yellow and gray tablescape…way to modernize the easter look!

  2. LOVE the bunnies! Submitted the contact form. Couldn’t tell if it went through. I’ve got the template!

  3. So cute the birdies and felt products.
    I found that Fred Segal Green in the U.S. sell some products from Daff.