These Easter Bunny Gift Bags are a fun way to give out little treats to friends and family!
Sometimes you just need a quick little craft that you can make a dozen of in just a few minutes, and these DIY Easter Bunny Gift Bags are exactly that! I teach a class of youth on Sundays and I wanted to put together something cute for them, so these fit the bill perfectly! I also like to fill some eggs for my friends and make sure they have some GOOD candy to eat!
Easter candy is the best candy isn’t it? This was a hard post to write because I had to keep taking breaks to open candy wrappers and lick chocolate off my fingers! 😉
Anyway, these turned out cute and would be good for just about anything…class parties, gifts for friends, Easter egg hunt bags…whatever spring thing you have going on!
First you need to gather your supplies. Oriental Trading Company supplied me with all of these supplies…they have a HUGE selection of Easter fun stuff, it was hard to narrow it down!
- White Tissue Paper
- Small Craft Gift Bags
- Pom poms (I chose these Valentine poms for the colors)
- Cute Eggs (I chose these adorable confetti eggs, aren’t they cute?!)
- DELICIOUS Easter Candy
First things first! You need to fill the eggs and taste test a few of your favorites. It’s vital that you taste the candy and make sure you got a good batch! 😉
Now this is a very tricky craft…you will need to watch closely and don’t blink or you might miss it!
Easter Bunny Gift Bags
Plug in your glue gun and make sure it’s hot…
…and then glue the pom to the top of the bag!
It’s okay if you need to go back and read the steps a couple times, it was pretty intense, ha! These are the best kinds of crafts for parties and favors though, because they are so simple and quick, you can do a whole bunch without cursing your decision to make them. Not to mention the results are pretty darn cute. 🙂
I took one piece of tissue paper per bag and put them in the little gift bags.
Finally each gift bag got three filled eggs placed inside, so simple and so cute!
I was really happy with the quality of the plastic confetti eggs. They snapped closed easily and are a good sturdy plastic…not to mention super cute and springy!
Without the tissue paper, they would probably hold 6 or so eggs, so they would also work great for a mini egg hunt for a preschool group, a mom’s Easter Brunch or church class too! What would you use them for?
Disclosure: I received all the product to create this post from Oriental Trading Company, and totally recommend them for all of your Easter and other holiday shopping! All opinions as always are 100% my own.
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