Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Bunny Treat Bags

I spent nap time today getting treat bags ready for this week's daycare Easter party. Last year I filled carrot shaped baggies with "bunny treats" that included Puffs, yogurt melts, and Cheerios. That worked perfectly for the younger kiddos, but this year (with the kids being another year older), I had my eyes set on bubbles, fun snacks, and little trinkets that wouldn't fit in any of the small treat bags I found in the store. So I made my own.

  • Brown paper bags (white would work too)
  • Pink pom poms (medium size)
  • Markers (one black, one pink)
  • Googly eyes (medium size)
  • Cotton balls
  • Scissors
  • Glue

Here's how I made them:

I cut out the middle of the bag to create ears, color the inside of the ear pink, glued on the eyes and nose, and drew the mouth, teeth, and whiskers. Once the eyes and nose had dried, I turned the bag over and glued on the cotton ball for the tail.

These were so, so, so simple to make and turned out really cute! My four year old even created her own after watching me make the daycare's. These would make excellent goody bags for any Easter parties, egg hunts you're holding, or even for place settings for Easter brunch or dinner.

I put two varieties of bubbles (one scented, one regular), a small rubber duck, a slinky, an Easter stamp, and an animal figurine in each bag (one for each child).