Candy-Filled Easter Bunny Craft: Free Easter Bunny Template

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Candy Filled Easter Bunny Craft

Easter is the first season of the year where you get to break into those bright vibrant colors! Every year I add new easy Easter crafts to the blog. Today’s project is an Easter bunny craft perfect for easy easter crafts for kids to make or to gift! I’m including free printable Easter bunny templates and SVG cut files to use with your Cricut or cutting machine.

If you are a creative person like me, you may ask what crafts can I make for Easter? For more Easter crafts to make you will love my 3D Easter Egg Candy Boxes or my easy DIY Easter Bucket Project! Both crafts come with free Easter bunny templates and Easter egg templates too.

Candy Filled Easter Bunny Craft

Candy Filled Easter Bunny Craft Supplies:

A full video tutorial is included below for instructions to make our candy Easter bunny craft but first, let’s go over supplies you will need in addition to the Easter bunny templates.

If you need more Spring and Easter craft ideas or templates be sure to check out all my cheerful springtime flower designs!

Download This Free Easter Bunny Template

Download these free Easter bunny templates by signing up via the form below. If you are already a member, then login right here and find it by typing in the keyword, “bunny” or searching Design #47.

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How to Make an Easy Easter Bunny Craft with Candy

The first step will be to get your bunnies cut out on your Cricut machine using the free Easter bunny SVG cut files.

For those using a Cricut or other cutting machine, scale your bunny to 6.5 inches high by 3.8 inches wide or your preferred size. Don’t go too small though, or you won’t be able to add very many M&Ms.

If you are hand cutting go ahead and use the pre-sized PDF files. This craft is an easy enough Easter craft for kids to make with a little help from adults.

Candy Filled Easter Bunny Craft. Free templates included!

Candy-Filled Easter Bunny Craft Video Tutorial

The full video tutorial above will show you how to assemble this Candy-Filled Easter Bunny Craft. Keep reading for a picture tutorial overview.

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  1. Cut out your free Easter bunny templates. These templates include a front and back to your bunny plus two circles which are to be cut out in cellophane.
  2. Bring the two cellophane circles together and add scotch tape around the edges. It’s a good idea to be generous and overlap the tape. Be sure to leave a little space open to add your candy.
  3. Once you have added in the candy, close the cellophane complete with tape. Trim around the tape carefully to elimiate jagged edges.
  4. Place your bag of candy on top of the Easter bunny template silhouette piece, and add a few dots of hot glue to the base to hold the candy bag in place.
  5. Add the second Easter bunny template piece with the circle cut out on the top over the candy bag, and secure with hot glue.
  6. Use a pompom to complete your bunny with a little fluffy tail. You can also cut out tiny paper bows to dress up your bunny even more!

How cute is this kid-friendly, easy Easter bunny craft?! I’d love to see how you used the Easter bunny templates. Join my Facebook group here to show off your work!

Find more Easter crafts for kids to make in our Freebie Vault! Just search “Easter” to see all the options!

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  1. LOVE this so much! Just made one 10″ w x 19″ tall. One trick, I did not have any cellophane, but plastic page protectors work very well, even using the Cricut. Do wish there were pink cutouts for the ears and maybe a face as well. But overall, it’s so adorable. Thank you!

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