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DIY Peep Candy Bag
Download a copy of this Peep candy bag topper by Stephanie White which you can attach over a regular plastic lunch bag filled with brightly colored Peeps.Continue to 2 of 17 below.
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Mini Easter Egg Bag
Leave small packages of candies for people to find at your Easter egg hunt with this affordable Easter egg printable bag.
Download a copy of the mini Easter egg bag at Melissa Esplin.Continue to 3 of 17 below.
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DIY Peep Plushie
Younger children are sure to want to snuggle up with these handmade Peep plushies that would be a great additional to your Easter egg hunt. Learn how to make a stuffed Peep toy by reading the tutorial at Dandelions And Lace.Continue to 4 of 17 below.
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DIY Bunny Bag
Download the free bunny bag template offered by Zu to package jelly beans and candy Easter eggs for small children. To make the bag after you have assembled the bag base, glue the bunny head followed by the paper ears to the top of the bag.Continue to 5 of 17 below.
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DIY Lace Bunny Ears
Let the adults take part in the Easter egg hunt too by giving them some DIY bunny ears that they can wear.
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DIY Easter Egg Stickers
A quick and inexpensive way to wrap larger gifts or chocolate Easter rabbits for an Easter eggs hunt is to cover them in kraft paper. To make the wrapped package seem more festive decorate it with DIY Easter Egg stickers. The tutorial on these eggsellent stickers can be found at Fellow Fellow.Continue to 7 of 17 below.
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DIY Bunny Ear Bags
Learn how to give regular white paper treat bags cute bunny ears with this crafty DIY from Oh Happy Day.Continue to 8 of 17 below.
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DIY Chalkboard Easter Bucket
If your Easter egg hunters plan on finding tons of eggs they might need something more durable than a standard basket to carry the heavy load of sweets. One clever idea is to take a standard bucket and paint it with chalkboard paint as done by Mer Mag and decorate the exterior with chalk drawn bunnies. When the kids are done Easter egg hunting give them some chalk and they can decorate their bucket for additional fun.Continue to 9 of 17 below.
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DIY Bunny Tote
This year try ditching the Easter basket and replace them with do it yourself bunny tote bags with cute pom pom noses. Learn how to make your own bunny tote over at Wear The Canvas.Continue to 10 of 17 below.
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DIY Easter Bunny Onesie
Dress up your baby this Easter in a do it yourself Easter bunny onesie with bunny tail rosetta.Continue to 11 of 17 below.
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DIY Paper Bunny Ears
Kids will love helping to DIY their own bunny ears out of paper that they can wear while searching for eggs this Easter.
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DIY Easter Treat Bag
Take a regular paper lunch bag and turn it into a Easter bunny treat bag using the printable template at A Lovely Lark.Continue to 13 of 17 below.
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DIY Bunny T-Shirt
Transform a regular white t-shirt into a Easter themed bunny shirt by stamping paint to create the perfect Easter egg hunting attire.
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DIY Weaved Grocery Bag Basket
Recycle regular paper grocery bags by weaving them into a paper basket that is perfect for Easter. Learn how to make your own weaved grocery bag basket at Elli.Continue to 15 of 17 below.
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DIY Easter Bunny Bags
Fill up a printable bunny bag by Mr. Printables with candy and leave it around your home for your child to find this Easter while they do their Easter hunt.Continue to 16 of 17 below.
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DIY Bunny Tails Bag Topper
Package up large marshmallows in a resealable bag with these cute bunny tails bag topper from Live Laugh Rowe.Continue to 17 of 17 below.
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DIY Peeps Onesie
You certainly will want to take tons of pictures of your child's first Easter celebration so dress him or her up in a cute glitter iron on transfer Peeps onesie. The template for the design can be found on Sugar Bee Crafts.