08 Apr

DIY: Chick & Bunny Treat Holders

Easter treat holders

This one’s for the kiddies… a fun little craft project + “friendly” holders for all those Easter Bunny treats!

(Full instructions for both versions after the jump…)


You’ll Need:
white paper cup
white cardstock
pink felt or pink cardstock
2 wiggle eyes
small pink pom-pom
medium white pom-pom (for tail)
white chenille stems
scissors, glue, glue dots or a stapler

• From the white cardstock, cut 2 large white ovals for the bunny ears. Trim one side of the oval off so it’s squared off at the bottom.

• Cut 2 smaller oval shapes from the pink felt (or paper) for the inner part of the ear. Glue the pink ovals in the center of the white ear shapes and set aside to dry.

• Cut white chenille craft stems into short pieces for the whiskers. Use craft glue or glue dots to attach the whiskers to the cup, then glue the pink pom pom on top for the nose.

• Attach the ears to the back rim of the cup with a stapler or glue dots.

• Glue the white pom pom to the back of the cup to create a cotton tail.

• Fill with a colorful Easter grass and candy treats!



You’ll Need:
yellow paper cup
orange cardstock
orange chenille craft stems
2 wiggle eyes
yellow craft feathers
scissors, glue/glue dots, stapler or tape

• From the orange cardstock, cut a small triangle for the beak and glue it to the front of the cup.

• Glue the wiggle eyes above the beak.

• Cut six 3/4-inch pieces of orange chenille stem for the chick feet. Twist three pieces together at one end for each foot. Attach the feet to the front of the cup with glue dots or tacky craft glue.

• Staple or tape a few feathers to the back edge of the cup, making sure they peek out over the top.

• Fill with a colorful Easter grass and candy treats!

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Jenn, as always… you’re timing is so good. I am looking for something different to put the kids treats for Easter, this is perfect. Thanks!

April 8, 2009 at 8:11 am

Brenda SAYS:

These are really cute and seem so easy to make! They can definitely be adapted to other holidays and themes!

April 8, 2009 at 8:22 am

Rachel SAYS:

Aww, these are adorable! I’ll be linking.

April 9, 2009 at 6:41 pm

Karen SAYS:

these are so perfect for my chick and bunny bunco party! Thanks so much for the idea!

February 21, 2011 at 4:23 pm

Sabreana SAYS:

This are wonderful! I used them for a project for an art program i am a part of.. We had the kids make them for residence at a local assisted living facility. Both the kids and the residence loved the project!

April 2, 2012 at 7:35 am
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