Here’s how to make a paper bag bunny that you could use instead of an Easter basket or you could use on the table as part of the table decor. They are so sweet and yet so simple to make. There are a few ways to make them, but all are super cute. And the best part is that you probably have everything you need on hand!
The Cutest Little Bunny Craft
Supplies to make a paper bag bunny (or several)!
- paper lunch bags in kraft or white
- ribbon or twine
- a marker like a Sharpie
- paper shred or easter basket filler grass
- buttons (optional)
- scissors and glue (if using a button nose)
Here’s how to make paper bag bunny
- Fold the bag lengthwise with bottom flap facing in
- Wth the folded side to the left, draw a straight line about 4″ from the top and about 1″ in lenght. Then from that point, draw up to the tip of the bag on the right.
- Cut and open the bag and you have the ears!
- Now, draw the face just above the bottom flap
- Add the botton nose
- Fill the bag with paper shred or Easter grass
- Add your treats
- Tie the ears together with bits of ribbon or twine
Make perfume rollers to add to your paper bag bunny
The perfect thing to add to your paper bunny bags is mini perfumer rollers. And I have the loveliest blend based on the Le Labo fragrance, Santal 33. It’s a blend of sandalwood, vanilla, bergamot, cardamom, and cedarwood. I use Young Living because they are simply the best pure therapeutic grade essential oils. Here is a link to the essential oils I use for this all-natural fragrance. Everyone will ask you what you’re wearing!
Le Labo Santal 33 made with essential oils
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