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I have created a lot of Easter printables in my time, and I think Easter is the cutest of all the holidays, but I think I outdid myself here. These are so freaking adorable, I. CAN’T. STAND. IT.
Seriously…look at that face. Can you imagine finding these little guys poking out of the grass? These are going to make the Easter egg hunt so much more fun! Finding MARS and Wrigley candy filled eggs will always be a good time, but my kids are going to love these. (Click on those links to receive coupons…10% off Wrigley and the Mars will update every month!) The Easter bunny is one crafty guy, I tell ya.
Click on the links below to download the files (after you download the ZIP files, unzip them if you’re on a PC and open one file in Silhouette Design Studio).
To make these Easter Bunny Egg Printables, you’ll need:
- Free Printables, for personal use only
- White card stock
- Scissors or Silhouette Cameo
- Glue Gun
- Large Plastic Eggs
- First, print and cut out the Easter Bunny Egg Printables.
- Place hot glue on the back of the “eyes” then glue them to the front of the egg.
- Place a small dot of hot glue below the center of the eyes and attach the nose.
- Put a line of hot glue on the bottom front of the ears.
- Glue the ears to the back of the egg.
- Put a large dot of hot glue on top of the feet.
- Place the bottom of the egg on the feet and let dry.
- Fill with candy.
I got everything except the flowers for these at Target. I found these cute Easter baskets for only $1!!!! I filled them up with some green grass and bought some paper fans and flowers to place behind all the candy. I love the way that looks. I also bought all the candy that my kids love, like the new Easter M&M’s White Strawberry Shortcake (only available at Target for a limited time). I also got Easter DOVE Peanut Butter Eggs and Milk Chocolate Bunnies, Starburst Sweet & Sour Jellybeans and regular Starburst Jellybeans, along with some Easter Milk Chocolate M&M’s. I may have snuck a few candies while creating this set up…and YUM!!!
You can find everything in the holiday aisle, usually at the back of the store. Stop by Target on March 20 for a sampling event! Who doesn’t love free samples? Get more ideas, like these Easter Bunny Egg Printables HERE and get more coupons HERE!
This Easter is going to be so much fun since my kids are really into holidays (I wonder why…maybe because they have a holiday-obsessed mother?) What traditions do you have for Easter?