What kiddo doesn’t love bunny grahams or fruit snacks? This free Valentine printable pairs perfectly with either treat and make a potentially healthy classroom treat. My kids can’t wait to hand these bunny treats out to their preschool classmates. These bunny Valentines would also work perfectly for an Easter party!
Here’s what you need to make bunny Valentines
- Free printable Valentine
- White 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, string (not necessary, but makes it extra cute!)
How to Make Bunny Valentines
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 printable Valentine
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 Valentines come 4 to a page. Here are the Valentine sayings included with the Bunny Valentines:
- Some bunny loves being your friend
- Some bunny loves being in your class
Step 2- Print
I like to print Valentines on white card stock so they are sturdy and do not get crumpled as easily. If you don’t have card stock on hand, don’t worry about it!
Step 3- Cut
I invested in a simple paper cutter since I do so many printables, but this is absolutely not necessary. A simple pair of scissors will work perfectly. Cut each printable sheet into 4 individual printables. Then, fold each one in half to fold over the bags of Bunny Grahams or Bunny fruit snacks.
Step 4- Fill out names
Once you have as many as you need cut out have your child fill out the “To:” and “From:” blanks. It is much easier to do this 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 and the names filled out it’s 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.
If you’re looking for more non candy Valentines, check out:
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!