I've seen bunny treat bags similar to these on Pinterest, but they've all been made from paper lunch sacks. Since I love a good DIY, and I love my We R Memory Keepers punch boards, I decided to make my own bags using my own paper.
I started out with some pretty gold foiled pink paper from the We R Memory Keepers Typecast paper collection. This collection was released exclusively at Michael's, and can be found in stores or online. I recommend choosing single sided patterned paper with one white side. I trimmed 2 inches off my 12x12 inch paper so that I ended up with a 10x12 inch piece.
Next, I used my Gift Bag Punch Board to create a small size bag by following the instructions on the board. So easy! Normally the pattern on your paper shows on the outside of the bag, but since we want the color and pattern to peek out from the inside of the bunny ears, we're going to assemble the bags so that the pattern faces the inside of the bag.
This will help you to make the bunny ears. If you don't have this tool, just use your scissors to cut the bag. Once you finish cutting the ears, fill your bag with goodies, treats, or small toys for Easter. Lining the bottom with Easter grass would be cute!
These would be perfect for a class or neighborhood Easter party, or for the kids/grandkids to wake up to on Easter Morning. I dropped a few of these off to some friends to let them know I thinking about them. They enjoyed them. Thanks for stopping by friends!
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