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Burlap Bunny Treat Bags

By: Angie Holden from
Burlap Bunny Treat Bags
Burlap Bunny Treat Bags

"I love burlap and bunny tails so these burlap bunny treat bags are perfect for my Easter celebration. Who can resist a fluffy bunny tail? I know you can’t! These are so easy to make with just a few supplies and the free printable template that you can download below. Make one for every child on your gift giving list this Easter. Make as many of these easy treat bags as you need for your Easter celebration. They are easy to make and inexpensive….and those bunny tails are just adorable! This is my kind of craft y’all!"

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteIn an evening



Materials List

  • Muslin drawstring bags (the 5×7 size works perfectly)
  • Pink burlap
  • White pom poms
  • Tacky glue
  • Scissors
  • Printable bunny template (click here to download)
  • Marker
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Yay bunnies!! How could anybody NOT fall in love with these? They look so simple, which means you could make quite a few to give away!

Aren't these just the cutest little Easter bunny bags? To change things up, I might just use springy colored fabric scraps that would show off the bunny shape nicely. You could also have some bunny backs as shown, and to have variety, have faces showing on others with a small pink pompom for the nose, and easily dot on some eyes with fabric marker or small beads or bead buttons! Add a pastel ribbon for the cording with a matching bow for another option. Thanks for sharing! )


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