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It is definitely the time of year to be getting into holiday crafts and as Easter is getting incredibly close, I have decided to give you another craft idea tonight.
A few days ago I posted about the Easter bunny and provided you with some Easter printables. This was a bit of fun for your kids, to enable them to leave out a treat for the bunny.
It has been very popular, so if you missed it, you may want to go back and check it out. You can read it here: Easter Printables for the Easter Bunny.
But after saying thanks to the Easter bunny, the kids will be waiting for their Easter treats in return. How cute would it be to leave out a treat for the Easter bunny for it to be replaced by the next morning with a treat from the Easter bunny.
Pretty cute hey!
So here they are, some Easter printables straight from the Easter bunny himself. I have designed one for a girl and one for a boy and they are both available to download at the end of this post.
You can pick up these confectionery bags from party stores and also from stores like cheap and they won’t cost you much.
Fill with some favourite Easter treats, attach the printable and your gift from the Easter bunny is complete.
These Easter printables can be printed at home using a colour printer. When you print ensure your settings are set to print the file in “Actual Size”. Do not crop or reduce the size of the file. I have provided them in two sizes for you to choose how big a treat you want the Easter bunny to give!
Now that you have come to the end of this post, how closely were you looking at the photos?
Unfortunately there is a mistake in the printables……have any of you noticed it?
I have rectified this in the download so you can be rest assured when you print it will all be correct. However due to time factor I wanted to get this out to you tonight, so decided to proceed with the photos I had already taken. So who is the observant one amongst you?
You can get the free Easter printable from our printable library.
Will you be giving the Easter bunny a treat using the printable’s I gave you the other day? If so, do you like this idea of having one returned from the bunny? Please leave me your comments below.
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Trevor Howitt says
I love your crafty ideas. Have pinched some of them to use in the classroom with the kids. Keep them coming!
Catherine Holt says
Thanks Trevor, that is great to hear 🙂 I would love to see the kids handwork if you would like to upload a photo or two to the Facebook Fan Page? https://www.facebook.com/SmartPartyPlanning I’m rally pleased to hear you are enjoying them 🙂