Here is what you need:
Rolled cake balls (any flavor)
white sanding sugar or nonpareils
pink buttercream or royal icing
Melt your white chocolate & prep your work area with a clean sheet of parchment paper.
Get the cake ball back onto the edge of the fork and tap off the excess on the side of your container.
Gently slide the cake ball off the fork & onto your parchment paper to dry.
Do this for all of the cake balls you would like to make.
While your chocolate is still melted, get out your marshmallows. You will need 1 mini marshmallow for every bunny tail cake ball. Cover them all in chocolate using the same method as above. While the chocolate is still wet, make sure to move quickly; sprinkle the sanding sugar or nonpareils on the marshmallows.
Once you have all of them rolled, use your thumb & forefinger to flatter each one into a circular disc.
Remelt your chocolate if needed & grab a toothpick, skewer or small knife.
Dip the end of the toothpick into a little bit of the melted white chocolate & add it to the bottom of each marshmallow. Place the marshmallow on the top, off to the side on each cake ball. Then repeat this step for each of your circular fondant discs.
The discs should be close together & on the opposite end of the cake ball as the tails (refer to the picture for placement).
Then use your pink buttercream to pipe the details on the feet. I used a #3 tip & made 1 larger circle on the end closest to the tail and 3 very small dots for the bunny toes.
My pink buttercream ended up being very light but I think it would have looked better had I made it a shade or two darker....so keep that in mind :)