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DIY bunny treat jars

DIY bunny treat jars

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These DIY bunny treat jars make super cute Easter favors or little Easter gifts for friends or teachers. They also add a pop of color and make great Easter or spring decor too! Scroll down for this ridiculously easy DIY Easter craft.

As always, if you make these DIY bunny treat jars I would love to see how they came out! Be sure to share on Instagram and tag me @ourtiny_nest so that I can see.

DIY Bunny Treat Jars

Supplies:

  • Mini mason jars (linked them here for you)
  • Small mossy bunnies – (there’s this pack of 3 or this pack of 6 on Amazon)
  • Easter candy (I did Cadbury eggs because those are my favorite but Jordan almonds or jellybeans would work great here too!)
  • Paint (I just used a white acrylic paint I had leftover from the dollar store but chalkpaint works too!)
  • Glue
  • Twine

DIY bunny treat jars

Directions:

  1. Start by washing the mason jars and drying completely.
  2. Leave the lids off the mason jars and paint them, allowing them to dry.
  3. Once the paint on the lids are dry, you can glue the faux bunnies on top. Be sure to use a generous amount of glue, either hot glue, super glue or any other adhesive.
  4. Fill the jars with your Easter candy.DIY bunny treat jars
  5. Once the glue has dried on the lids, you can skrew onto your jars.DIY bunny treat jars
  6. Cut a generous amount of twine, wrapping around the jar and tie into a bow to dress it up a little.

DIY bunny treat jars

 

I also think these would be a cute way to store the Bunny Bait too! Click here for my Bunny Bait recipe!

 

Check out these other posts for more Easter ideas:

Bunny Bait Recipe

Easter Basket Ideas

DIY Decoupage Floral Easter Eggs

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Easter basket ideas

I’ve gathered a list of some of my favorite Easter basket ideas for your little ones.  Click the links below to shop them all. As always, this post contains affiliate links.

Easter Basket Ideas

Easter Basket Ideas

Pop its – These continue to be all the rage! And I just love the cute bunny one.

Easter basket ideas Easter pop it

 

Squishy Easter bunny with water beads – I used to love squishy things like this when I was little and these are so addicting to play with.

easter basket ideas sensory easter toy

 

Playdough kits – the cutest playdough kit from my girl at PaytonParkePlaydough

Easter basket ideas for kids

 

Easter glasses – these are made by my friend Christine. Her shop is currently closed while she’s on vacation but will be back open March 31st!

Easter basket ideas

 

Egg sidewalk chalk – it’s easy for little ones to grab too

Easter basket ideas

 

Easter bath bombs – my kids love bath bombs and these have sweet little Easter surprises inside.

Easter basket ideas - Easter bath bombs

 

Peep soaps – I’ve never seen soap so cute

Easter basket ideas

 

Paint by sticker easter kids book – I got this for my boys. Mess free!

Easter basket ideas paint by sticker book

 

Squishmallow – this is great for babies for toddlers.

Easter basket ideas squishmallow

 

Carrot sorting game – how cute is this sorting game? Perfect for ages 1-3

Easter basket ideas carrot sorting game

 

Bunny Gloss – the cutest bunny lip gloss.

Easter basket ideas bunny lip gloss

Bunny Earrings – I think this would be a cute idea if you’re wondering what to get pre-teens or teens.

Easter basket ideas bunny earrings

Creator Easter bunny – perfect for kids ages 6+ and those who love legos

Easter basket ideas Lego creator

 

Bunny Purse – this is the cutest purse

Easter basket finds bunny purse

Easter pajamas – it wouldn’t be a holiday without cute jammies.

Easter basket finds Easter pajamas

 

Sunglasses – these are flexible, polarized and come in a variety of colors.

Easter basket finds kids sunglasses

 

Baseball hats – perfect for spring

Easter basket finds kids baseball hats

 

Native shoes – these are the best shoes for little kids! We’ve been getting them for a few years. They come in so many colors too!

Easter basket ideas Natives

Click here to see what I put in my boy’s baskets

For more cute Easter ideas check out

My Easter Bunny Bait

DIY bunny treat jars

These DIY floral Easter eggs

 

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Bunny Bait

Bunny Bait
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This is the most addicting snack and Bunny Bait you will ever try! I recently had a craving for something sweet and whipped this up. The kids came home and their eyes immediately went to the rainbow filled jar. I have a feeling we will be making more!

Scroll down for my easy Bunny Bait snack.

Bunny Bait

Ingredients:

Bunny Bait

Directions:

  1. In a glass canister or large bowl, combine all ingredients.
  2. Mix together.
  3. Keep covered and enjoy!

Bunny Bait

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For another super cute Easter DIY idea, check out these beautiful Easter eggs

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DIY gorgeous floral Easter Eggs

DIY gorgeous floral decoupage Easter eggs
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Easter is a little less than 2 weeks away and it’s time to break out the Easter Eggs! This year I decided to do something a little different with our eggs, giving it a more upscale feel. Using faux flowers from The Dollar Store and spring themed napkins, I’m going to show you how to easily make these DIY gorgeous floral Easter eggs.

DIY gorgeous floral Easter eggs

 

You will need:

Directions:

Step 1: I chose to keep my eggs the natural white but if you wanted them to be colored you could paint them or dye them.

Step 2: Open your napkin all the way so it is a single layer. Using your scissors, cut out the pieces that you want to use to put on your egg, trimming as close to the object as possible.

DIY gorgeous floral Easter eggs

Step 3: Take your flowers and clip the flowers off the stem, clipping as close as you can to the base of the flower.

DIY gorgeous floral Easter eggs

Step 4: Using some glue and your paint brush, dab some glue on the egg where you want your napkin pieces to go and press  the napkin pieces firmly onto the egg. There may be some slight creasing, so try to smooth it out as you go.  If any of the edges start to come up, you can also dab some clear glue or modge podge over the top.

Step 5: I found that a hot glue gun worked best for the flowers. Put some hot glue on the backside of your flower and press onto your egg.

That’s it!!! I love how intricate and gorgeous these look! And if you use the wooden eggs, you can enjoy them for many more years to come.

 

If you do make these, share a photo on Instagram and tag me @ourtiny_nest

 

And for more Easter inspiration check out

these Easter Basket Ideas

DIY bunny treat jars

Bunny Bait Easter Snack Mix

Spring Vegetable Goat Cheese Quiche

 

For more spring DIYs check out my

Spring DIY beaded Wreath

Easy housewarming gift

Lilac lemonade

 

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DIY gorgeous floral easter eggs