What kiddo doesn’t love bunny grahams? This free Easter printable pairs perfectly with any bunny treat! My kids can’t wait to hand these bunny treats out to their preschool classmates. I also love that this Easter printable works for a classroom Easter party or as Valentines for kids.
Here’s what you need for classroom Easter treats
- Free “Some bunny loves being your friend” printable
- White or colored card stock
- Annies Bunny Grahams (This is the best deal I’ve seen!)
- or Welch’s Bunny Fruit Snacks (This is the best deal I’ve seen!)
- Yarn, ribbon, bakers twine, rafia (not necessary, but makes it extra cute!)
How to make the classroom bunny treat
My daughter loves these cheddar bunnies. I think it’s the combo of the purple bag and the yummy snack itself, ha!
Step 1- Download free Easter printable
To download the “Some bunny loves being your friend” free printable, just enter your name and email address below and the free file will be delivered to your inbox! The cheddar bunny printable come 4 to a page and read, “Some bunny loves being your friend!”
Step 2- Print
This printable comes with 2 versions: a black and white version that I like to print on colored card stock and a colored version that can be printed on white cardstock.
Step 3- Cut
I invested in a simple paper cutter since I do so many printables, but a simple pair of scissors will just as well. Cut each printable sheet into 4 individual printables. Then, fold each one in half to fold over the bags of bunny treats.
Step 4- Fill out names
Once you have as many as you need cut out have your child address the treats. The back of each printable is blank so that you can write “To” and “From” or “Hoppy Easter” or whatever you’d like! It is much easier to write on the backs now rather than wait until the bag topper is stapled to the package.
Step 5- Staple
Once you have as many Easter treats as you need cut out and addressed, it is time to assemble. Fold the printable down the center and fold it over the bag of bunny treats. I like to add a few little pieces of scrap yarn or string and staple everything together at once.
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What do your kids prefer: Bunny Grahams or fruit snacks? Tough choice, I know! But, I’d love to hear… Oh and if you are looking for more cheesy sayings paired with small treats, check out this list of 150 Valentine sayings paired with treats and free printables!
Comments & Reviews
These are adorable!!
Bonnie Huggins says
Thanks for making this! I love it <3 so cute!
LOVE! Thanks for sharing at the Monday Funday Party. – Emily
Kimm at Reinvented says
That’s adorable. The cheesier the better!
Thanks for sharing at Funtastic Friday!
Frugal Hausfrau says
How darling! Seriously, this is such a cute idea! Thanks for linking up to us on Throwback Thursday and we’ll be pinning to our board! Be sure to visit us there and I can’t wait to see what you’ll be bringing next week.
I LOVE this idea! What a great idea for my son’s class!! Thanks for sharing on Creative Muster linkup!
Cute and clever! Pinning and tweeting to share! Thank you for linking up with us at Snickerdoodle Sunday!