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Easter Bunny Ear Bags

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Turn plain, white paper bags into cute Easter Bunny Ear bags to give away treats and goodies this Easter! These bags are easy enough to make several if you are having an Easter party or just make a few to give away to family or friends.



Bags

Time: 7 minutes per bag
Age: Any Age
Level: Easy

Materials
White paper bags
Pink paper
Scissors
Glue
Single hole punch
Ribbon

Method
Draw out your bunny ears on one bag. Cut them out. Fold the bag in half to check the symmetry. They do not need to be exact but close is good.



Bags

Once you are happy with your ears, use this bag as your template.
Cut out the pink insides for your ears and paste on. Regular paper is best as this paper will allow the ears to bend and flop a bit.



Bags

Fill your bags with treats and goodies.
Cut a length of ribbon that will allow you to tie around the bag and make a bow.
Punch a hole in each side of your bag.



Bags

Thread your ribbon through and attach a tag if you want.



Single bag


These bags would be easy to add bunny faces and googly eyes to if you wanted.

Having a rabbit themed party? Use brown paper bags to make Peter Rabbit gift bags!


Categories
#Easter
#Easter Bunny Bag
#Paper Bag
#Gift Bag
#Easy
#Any age
#Bunny Ears Bag
#Party Bag
#Rabbit
#Animals
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