To make these sweet little lambs, use mini Oreos for the heads, small candy eyes (found in most hobby and craft stores), a heart decorator candy for the nose, black frosting for the ears, and black licorice for the legs.
Experiment with mixing colors. Before putting the macaron batter in your pastry bag, paint 3 or 4 vertical lines of gel food coloring on the inside of the bag. Fill with your batter and pipe to see what you get.
Attach a mini chocolate chip to the face of a chocolate Teddy Graham with frosting, and add some white decorator candies for the teeth. Voila, you've got yourself a mini groundhog. The "dirt" on top of the macaron is a mixture of chocolate frosting and crushed Oreos.
Humpty Dumpty starts out as a white, egg-shaped macaron. Add the eyes and mouth using edible color markers. Dab a cotton ball in pink food coloring to make the rosy cheeks. Fill in the bottom half with teal royal icing. Add a line of white frosting for the belt. And use orange, triangle decorator candies for the bow tie.
Turn a simple, white macaron into the Easter bunny. For the ears, cut a mini marshmallow in half, dip the sticky cut edge into pink sanding sugar and attach the bottom to the macaron with a dab of frosting. Add eyes with a black edible food marker and attach a pink triangle decorator candy for the nose.
The Very Hungry Caterpillar is made with green and red macarons. The legs and antennae are shaped Tootsie Rolls. The nose is a mini chocolate chip. And the eyes are yellow oval decorator candies, colored with a green edible marker.