Make your own adorable Easter Bunny treat baskets with free bunny printables! These cute little baskets are so easy to put together and so much fun to give. This post was originally shared at Crafts Unleashed and may contain affiliate links, which help to support this site.
This year is just flying by! Can you guys believe we are already halfway through February? It’s Valentine’s Day this weekend, and even though it still may feel very wintery in your neck of the woods, spring is coming soon! And with spring comes Easter! I know, I know. It’s still super early, but today I’m sharing a simple little Easter craft project / gift idea to get us in that springy Easter kind of mood.
How to Make Your own DIY Paper Bunny Baskets
I have created some simple little bunny printables to make it super easy to make these cute little Easter bunny treat baskets. All you need to do is print the bunny faces and feet out and glue them on to these cute paper berry baskets. So easy! Also, I’m kind of obsessed with the baskets and currently planning 10289397 berry basket projects.
And, I mean, what’s better than a fluffy pom pom tail?? Okay. Let’s get crafting. Here’s everything you will need for your own bunny baskets.
DIY Paper Bunny Basket Supplies:
- Paper Berry Baskets
- Paper Shred Basket Filler
- 1.5 inch Pom Poms
- Scissors (Or you could cut the pieces with your Silhouette using the Print and Cut Feature.)
- Hot Glue Gun
- Fillable Eggs, Easter Stickers, and other Easter treats
- My Bunny Treat Basket Printables printed on White Cardstock
Step One. Cut Out Bunny Printables.
Start off by printing the bunny pieces printable, which you can download from the supply list above, on white cardstock. The file contains both pink and white head and feet pieces. Then, just use a pair of scissors to cut the pieces out along the outside edges. Easy peasy.
Step Two. Glue On Bunny Pieces.
Next, using a hot glue gun or other permanent adhesive, attach the bunny head to the front of the basket and the feet to the bottom of the basket so the little paws stick out.
Then, it’s time for my favorite part! Finish off your cute little bunny basket by gluing a pom pom onto the back of the basket.
Step Three. Fill Basket.
Finally, fill your basket up with whatever Easter goodies or treats you like. I like to start with some paper shred to give you a nice base. Then add toys, stickers, candies, or other treats on top.
And that’s it! I love a cute and easy little gift DIY, don’t you?
Until next time, Happy Making!
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