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Easter will be here in just a couple weeks! Start preparing for the holiday with this twist on the classic chocolate bunny.

chocolate bunny close up

Your basic chocolate bar can transform into a a crafty treat for any holiday—watch how easily it's done here.

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For three 4-1/2-by-2-inch chocolate bars, start with two sheets of 8-1/2-by-11-inch paper, cut in half, then trim about 1 inch off of the short side.

1 For three 4-1/2-by-2-inch chocolate bars, start with two sheets of 8-1/2-by-11-inch paper, cut in half, then trim about 1 inch off of the short side.

Wrap the chocolate bars, using double-sided tape to attach.

2 Wrap the chocolate bars, using double-sided tape to attach.

Using the remaining half piece of paper, fold over lengthwise, then make 3 short accordion folds. This way, you can cut all 6 ears at one time. Attach ears to back of bar with double-sided tape.

3 Using the remaining half piece of paper, fold over lengthwise, then make 3 short accordion folds. This way, you can cut all 6 ears at one time. Attach ears to back of bar with double-sided tape.

Using your pinky finger and ink pads, stamp eyes on your bunnies.

4 Using your pinky finger and ink pads, stamp eyes on your bunnies.

Using another finger with a red stamp pad, print noses on your bunnies.

5 Using another finger with a red stamp pad, print noses on your bunnies.

Go in with a pen to add details in their faces—adding a yarn bow around your bunnies' necks may be even cuter!

6 Go in with a pen to add details in their faces—adding a yarn bow around your bunnies' necks may be even cuter!

These chocolate bunnies were inspired by the Santa and Snowmen chocolate bars from the December 2010 issue of Living. Do you remember these?

Santa and snowmen chocolate bars

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