Easter is a cozy holiday for adults and kids, and we all spoil the latter with delicious desserts, chocolate eggs and candies. How to pack candies right to make them a cool gift for your kid and other children that come? Here are some simple tutorials.
These cute root vegetables look perfectly at home in Easter baskets, they are made of paper mache and colorful twine. They look really natural and very cute – like real carrots! Fill them with candies or some funny toys and give them as gifts to your kids.
Easter is just a few days away and if you are looking for an easy DIY activity for parents and kids, these cute paper carrot candy holders will do just the trick! Even if your children aren’t big fans of carrots, they will surely find these colorful veggies filled with candy or small surprises delicious! After 5 short minutes, your carrot will be ready to be filled with Easter goodies. These carrots are also lovely as an Easter table decoration or as party favors.
If you want to keep your craft projects simple and easy, there is nothing like a free template to help you do it. In today’s video craft tutorial, you will be learning how you can create a cute Easter bunny treat holder with the help of a free printable. Because this Easter craft tutorial includes a free printable template, it is a good project for all age groups. Even small children should find most of the steps pretty easy since they already have guidelines for cutting out the necessary shapes.
These mini animal candle holders are a cute (mini) twist on Easter baskets and they’re made with items you probably already have. So whip some of these up with your kids (or make them for your kids) and use them to hold whatever your sweet tooth most desires – candies, sweets or something else. Get inspired!
These little bunny jars are the perfect way to share some sweets on Easter – what can be more natural for Easter than a bunny? The authors filled their up with jelly beans and they’re thinking they might nestle in some Easter baskets!
You can hang these little cones on an Easter tree decoration or prop it up in an Easter basket. Of course, you will want to fill it with candy first. While here these are jelly beans, you can choose any small candy you like. Will you give it away or keep it for yourself?
The candy huggers that we made for Valentine’s Day were so popular that we have adapted our design to bring you these adorable baby animal candy huggers in time for Easter. The chick, duckling, bunny and lamb are just adorable and are easily cut on your personal cutting machine. They are a great little gift for classmates or friends. Hand them out at the office, in a local book club or craft class.
These adorable toilet paper roll bunnies are an eco-friendly alternative to the average plastic Easter egg. Rather than putting your child’s Easter candy in a wasteful plastic egg, consider making a recycled Easter bunny candy holder instead!
These pretty and colorful carrots take a little time to cut out and put together because of their geometric shape, and there’s a comfy printable template. Be sure to use strong double-sided tape, otherwise your boxes will pop open like the Easter surprise they are.