This is a tutorial on how to make these cute Easy DIY Easter Bunny Gift Bags.
Need a clever, easy Easter Bunny Craft idea? How about making these fun Easy DIY Easter Bunny Gift Bags? Turn a paper bag in to these cute little bunny butts. They are perfect little Easter gift bags for classmates, Sunday School, family, and friends.
Easter is around the corner and now I am making these cute little Easter Bunny Gift Bags for my Mother’s classroom.
My Mother is a teacher. For Valentine’s I made her class adorable DIY Valentine’s Day cups filled with all kinds of goodies. Her class loved them. Now I am busy making these sweet little bunny bags. Are they not precious?
The little cotton ball tail makes me giggle.
It is super easy to make.
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You will need a Halulu Brown Lunch Paper Bag – 50pc 6.1×3.9×12″ Food Bags. Take a ruler and about a 1/2 inch out draw a diagonal line to the center of the bag. On the other corner at about a 1/2 inch out, draw a line to meet the other line. Cut out the triangle. (If you prefer pointier ears, don’t move over the 1/2 inch.)
*Note if you use a smaller bag, you won’t be able to fit much in it. The pattern will have to be adjusted a bit also. If you do not use this link to get your bag, I suggest a 12x6x4 size lunch bag or close to that size.
Your bag should look like this. You then fill it with your goodies.
Next hot glue a A/D Pom Pom 1.5″ Pkg 50pc White towards the bottom of bag to create the bunny tail. If you don’t want to use white, you can use any color. The bag will be cute no matter what color pom pom you use.
Then you tie with twine.
You can tie in a cute little gift tag with a message also. I tried ribbon and I was not happy with the result. Twine works best. The tighter you pull and tie the string, the pointier the ears will stand. Easy peasy right?
That is it! My Mother’s Class will love these. Now be sure to check out my tutorial on How to Decoupage Easter Eggs. I have some of the most beautiful Easter Eggs placed all around my house. They are miniature pieces of art that I enjoy looking at every year and such a fun project to do with the family!
Happy Easter!!!! xoxoxo
- Large Brown Paper Lunch Bag ( I recommend 12x6x4 size)
- 1.5" pom pom
- gift tag
- glue gun
- glue stick
- With a ruler, draw a diagonal line from bout a ½ inch to the center of the bag. On the other corner at about a ½ inch out, draw a line to meet the end of the other line creating a triangle.
- Cut out the triangle. (If you prefer pointier ears, don't move over the ½ inch.)
- Open the bag.
- Fill with goodies.
- Hot glue pom pom to bottom of bag.
- Tightly tie bag with attached gift tag to create bunny ears.