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DIY Easter Bunny Treat Bags

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Easter is coming right up, so today I'm sharing a fun Easter bunny treat bag craft tutorial and popcorn snack mix with you. You'll be surprised how quick and easy it is to make these cute bunny sacks. They are the perfect way to package up a little gift to give friends or co-workers or  your kids' teachers to celebrate Spring.

I went to Walmart and  bought the new DOVE® Peanut Butter Eggs? Ah! They are heavenly! They are sold exclusively at Walmart, so you'll want to head there soon to try them. Yum! They can be found down the seasonal candy aisle and there's even an Ibotta rebate.

You only need a few supplies to make these cute Easter bunny snack sacks. The popcorn is simple.

Peanut Butter Egg Bunny Bait

- 1 Bag Microwave Popcorn
- 10 DOVE® Peanut Butter Eggs
- 1/2 Cup Miniature Marshmallows
- 2 Squares White Almond Bark
- Colorful Sprinkles

Pop the bag of popcorn, then pick out the seeds. Spread the popcorn on a cookie sheet line with wax paper. Unwrap eggs and place evenly on popcorn. You could also chop them up if you prefer. Sprinkle marshmallows evenly over the popcorn. Melt almond bark in the microwave in 30 second intervals, then drizzle over popcorn mix. While the white chocolate is still wet, add a liberal coat of sprinkles. Let cool, then break into clumps.

Easter Bunny Treat Bags

Supplies Needed

- White Paper Sacks
- Clear Plastic Sandwich Bags
- Baker's Twine or Ribbon
- Clear Tape
- Scissors

Step 1: Cut the top part of the bag to look like bunny ears. Here's a visual so you know what shape to cut:

Step 2: Trace a circle onto the front side of the bag, then carefully cut it out.

Step 3: Cut off the top "zip" part of the sandwich bag. Fill the plastic bag with the bunny bait, then place it inside the white paper bag. Secure the bag in place with strips of clear tape.

Step 4: Gently scrunch the bag together just under the rabbit ears and tie it closed with bakers twine.

It's that simple to make your own Easter bunny treat sacks. Isn't this a fun craft project? It's easy enough that even kids could help with the assembly. Check out more sweet Easter ideas HERE.
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