Kids love treat bags and with Easter right around the corner, you are going to love making these Easter candy holder bags. Perfect for Easter parties, this decorated Easter bag is great for holding eggs, candy and all the goodies from an Easter party. I love this easy to follow tutorial and know it will become a favorite for Easter for years to come.
Easter Candy Holder Bag
Just look how cute this Easter Candy Holder is! I am in love with just how adorable this turned out. This treat bag is perfect for Easter parties. The kids can decorate their bags and then use them to collect eggs or bring their treats home.
It's always better, in my opinion, when kids can go wild creating something unique. For this project, they can really get creative with their Easter Bunnies on the bag using a variety of supplies so that each finished product is unique and special to them.
If you want more fun projects to make with the kids for Easter, we have tons of amazing ideas. From the recent plastic spoon Easter bunny craft to my favorite rice-filled sock bunny from last year, there are almost too many to count! We even have a huge list of Easter printables that give you hours and hours of fun with the kids!
Do I Have to Fill This With Candy?
You can use these bags to hold anything, not just candy. If the kids do a scavenger hunt, these bags can be used to hold what the kids find. You can also fill these bags with little trinkets from Easter party games.
The bags can also be used to hold different foods like popcorn or chips. The kids can even fill their bags with fresh cut flowers. There is no end to the possibilities with these bags.
If you aren't sure what to put inside your bag, you should check out this gigantic list of Easter treat recipes. So many incredible ideas on this list to satisfy your sweet tooth. Of course, you must take the time to look over this list of Easter egg decorating ideas to do with the kids. You can't leave that out of the list!
Can I Use Different Colored Bags?
If you can not find white bags or have brown bags on hand, you can use any color bag you like. If you are using a color other than white, you can paint the entire bag white to still have a white-colored bunny or you can paint sections white or have a different colored bunny. There are no set rules with making this cure Easter Candy Holder Bag.
Make sure to check out these fun Easter crafts using plastic spoons for your kids to make. You might also want to grab supplies to make some of these fun outdoor Easter decorations. There are so many ways to decorate with mason jar Easter crafts, fun kids Easter crafts with paper plates, or just your Easter wreath.
How to Make an Easter Candy Holder Bag
Begin by using a ruler to measure and mark off your paper so it is a square.
Now, you will cut the excess paper off, and be left with a square.
Use your ruler and paper cutter, to cut 4 sections on one side of the paper that will be used to fold together for a bottom on the paper. See the video if unsure on how to do this step.
Now, you will fold your paper on the crease where each "flap" is, and fold over onto itself creating a rectangular "box". You will begin folding the bottom pieces over themselves to criss cross and secure the bottom of the box.
Glue the sides together, and then add a drop of glue to the bottom flaps to hold in place if wanted.
Now, you will draw 2 bunny feet onto the white paper, then pink accents on the feet on the pink paper.
Assemble your bunny feet.
Glue the feet to the bottom front of the bag about 1-1 ½" above the bottom.
Next, cut out 2 ear shapes from white paper, and 2 smaller pieces from the pink paper to go inside the white ears.
Attach the pink to the white to create the ears.
Glue the ears in place on the back top of the bag.
Now, you will use the green paper to cut a strip the width of the bottom of the bag, and cut strips of fringe to resemble grass.
Glue the grass piece onto the bottom of the bag below the feet.
Draw a face onto the bag.
Now fill with goodies for giving to our kids or their friends.
Still not sure how to cut out the bag shape? Check out this bag template on Etsy you can buy and download to use for projects like this one!
Easter Candy Holder Bag Tutorial With Video
Learn how to make your very own DIY Easter candy holder bag! This easy paper bag tutorial is fun to make, simple to customize, and a great craft for you and kids to make together for Easter.
- Measure and cut your white paper into a square;
- Now, use the ruler to measure and cut 4 sections on one side of the paper - these sections will just be about 2" high, and not cut off, but notched, see video for the further tutorial;
- Now, fold the paper where you have cut the notches, to create a rectangular bag/box shape;
- Fold the bottom inward, and attach with glue;
- Now, draw 2 bunny feet on the white paper, then 6 circles for toes, and 2 larger circles for the foot pad on the pink paper;
- Cut out and glue your feet together;
- Glue the feet to the bottom of the bag, about 1" from the bottom;
- Now, cut 2 ears out of the white paper, and 2 slightly smaller ears out of the pink paper;
- Glue the ears together;
- Attach the ears to the top back of the bag;
- Now, cut a strip of green paper the width of your bag, and cut it halfway to create a fringe;
- Glue the grass onto the bottom of the bag below the feet;
- Draw on a face and embellish as wanted;
- Now you can fill with candy!
Feel free to let your kids make these on any color paper they want. Let them decorate and add glitter, ribbons, sequins, or other decorations to make their bunny unique.
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