How to make a quick and easy Easter bunny bag
Find out step-by-step how to make an easy Easter bunny bag (with a cute pompom tail) – includes free printable template.
If (like me), Easter weekend has crept up on you and you want to do something special for your little ones, but don’t have much time left to prepare, why not read on to find out how to make this quick and easy Easter bunny bag?
To make an easy Easter bunny bag, you will need:
- an empty paper bag
- some pretty wrapping paper or coloured card
- white or cream wool/yarn (you only need a little bit)
- a fork
- this free printable bunny template
- double-sided tape or glue
- tissue paper to line the bag
- some cool stuff to put inside!
COST: pennies (plus contents)
AGE: toddlers and young kids
TIME: 10 minutes or less
How to make an easy Easter bunny bag:
- Use the free printable bunny template to cut a bunny shape out of your wrapping paper or coloured card
- Make a mini yarn pompom using a fork (if you’ve never done this before, it’s super-simple and fast – find out how here) – don’t trim the loose pieces of yarn that you use to tie your pompom (this will make the next step easier)
- Tie the pompom tail on to your Easter bunny (or poke a couple of holes with a yarn needle and thread the loose ends through, then tie together)
- Use double-sided tape or glue to fix the bunny to your paper bag
- Line the bag with tissue paper and fill with goodies!
So now you know how to make an easy Easter bunny bag. What will you put in yours?
P.S. Here’s what I’ve put inside the boys’ Easter bunny bags:
- Easter bunny tin filled with milk chocolate bunnies (£2, Marks & Spencer)
- Dinosaur flying glider plane (£3.95 for 3, Not On The High Street)
- Colourfizz bath tints (£1, Hawkins Bazaar)
- Wooden wind up train (£2.99, Party Ark)
- Kinder Surprise chocolate bunny (£4 for 2, Ocado/Waitrose)
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Super cute! We’re just busy eating chocolate over here 😉
Mmmmm…. Chocolate 😀
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