This DIY bunny craft treat holder was originally created by Shaunte Wadley for the Core’dinations Core blog.
Sweeten up your list of spring activities with this adorable DIY bunny craft treat holder! It’s the perfect party favor and project to make with your kids, at home or in the classroom. If you have old paper scraps, use those for this project to save money! Fill your end product with your kids’ favorite treats and enjoy!
DIY Bunny Craft Treat Holder Supplies:
- Plain White Plastic Cup
- Whitewash Core’dinations Cardstock
- Core’dionations Pink Spotted Cardstock
- Small Pieces of White Scrap Paper
- Darice 1 Inch Circle Punch
- Darice Paste On Eyes
- Darice Hot Glue Gun
Step 1: Begin making your bunny craft treat holder by first creating the ears. Fold a piece of your whitewash Core’dinations cardstock in half and free cut your bunny ear, about 1-2 inches wide and 3-4 inches tall. Since you’ve folded your piece of cardstock you should end up with two matching ears. Sand the edges so the pink shows through. Repeat this same fold and cut technique with a piece of your pink spotted Jillian Dot cardstock, but this time cut a slightly smaller ear shape so you can glue that onto the bigger whitewash cardstock ear.
Step 2: Punch two 1″ circles from your whitewash cardstock and one 1/2″ circle from the spotted cardstock. Cut two pieces of white scrap paper into small rectangular shapes for bunny teeth. Using your hot glue gun, first glue the small pink spotted cardstock ears inside the bigger whitewash ears. Then, glue the ears to the back of the cup and the rest of your elements onto the face of the cup. Fill with sweet treats and enjoy!
If you enjoyed making this fun bunny craft treat holder, you also might enjoy our paper Easter wreath!