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I don’t know what it is like in everyone else’s households…but the children in mine are STILL obsessed with FROZEN. Like singing “Let it Go!” at the top of their lungs all day long obsessed. The other night I was telling a somewhat riveting story at dinner and I had the opening credit song going on in the background, courtesy of my 5 year old. As my story intensified, she got louder. It actually made the story much better. My point is…kids love this show! I created these Easter Bunny FROZEN Printables for my kids and I CAN NOT wait to see their faces Easter morning. They’re going to love it!
I try to limit my kids’ sugar intake, even on the holidays because it’s like a free for all crazy train when they get candy. I don’t mind them having some, but I much prefer giving my kids small toys for holidays instead of candy treats. I love all the FROZEN Easter and toy options that are out there and they were all perfect inspiration for my Easter printables, along with my bunny boxes from last year!
These printables are super easy to put together. You’ll just need:
- My FREE FROZEN Bunny Printables, for personal use only
- Card Stock
- Scissors (or Silhouette Cameo)
- Glue Gun
- First, download the printables and unzip the files. Then print and cut them out.
- Next, you’ll glue the ears to the back of the box, like the image shown. It’s important you face them the correct way!
- Fold all the flaps of the box.
- Glue the flaps to the side of the box (on the outside so they are showing).
- Fill with Easter grass and candy or toys!
For the mini candy bar wrappers, simply cut them out and wrap them around small candy bars. Super easy and oh my goodness, they’re ADORABLE!
I got EVERYTHING for these baskets at Walmart. I’m in love with the wire “FROZEN-esque” basket and the Olaf plush basket. I have a boy and a girl, and these just fit them perfectly! My son walked around Walmart all day saying “I’m Olaf, I like warm hugs!” Can you tell we watch FROZEN a lot? I found the toys in the Easter section and in the toy section and some (like the playing cards) in display pallets.
I really wanted these baskets to combine my kids’ love of Easter and FROZEN. I didn’t want them to look too wintery, so adding the bunny boxes and candy wrappers really helped with that.
Do you do Easter themes for your Easter bunny gifts? What kind of theme are you doing this year?