easy Easter bunny treat cups

If you ask me, holidays are just not as much fun without yummy snacks, themed gifts and cute packaging!  Lip balm is so much cuter tucked in a bunny shaped egg cup and popcorn’s cute factor is increased to the power of 10 when it’s covered in chocolate and doused in sprinkles!  And any snack becomes down right adorable when served in a cute little bunny treat cup – complete with fluffy tail!

These bunny treat cups could not get any easier, so let’s take a look at how to make them!

Bunny treat cup supplies:

  • small white cups – I found these at Walmart for .97
  • White and pink polka dot card stock
  • glue dots or hot glue
  • white felt
I just free handed bunny ear shapes out of white card stock and then did the same – a bit smaller – for the pink polka dot card stock.  Stick the pink on the white and use a glue dot or a smidge of hot glue to stick the ears to the outside back of the cup.  I folded one ear down on one cheeky little bunny cup.
Now the tail:
Fold a 1 inch wide length of white felt in half and glue just the edges together – leaving the fold open.  Snip down on the fold almost to the bottom of the piece of felt but don’t cut all the way through.  Roll and glue as you go to create the size tail you’d like.  When you’re done, fluff the tail and glue it to the outside of your cup.
No treat cup is complete without something YUMMY to go inside!  Like this white chocolate and powdered sugar covered “bunny tails” muddy buddies popcorn I shared yesterday!
Since all of the decorations are on the outside of the cup, you can also use this for a festive Easter Bunny punch or milk for Easter morning breakfast!
How about a little more bunny love?!

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  1. these are so cute!!

    Natasha @ http://www.serenityyou.com

  2. my heck.those are cute as a bunny!

  3. Oh my gosh, so adorable! I love the one ear a bit folded down. :-)

  4. These are adorable :)

  5. So cute!!


  6. That is too cute Keri!

  7. Those are so adorable. My son and the neighborhood kids would love these.

  8. These are about the cutest thing I’ve ever seen! Great photos too. Pinning for sure!

  9. I love the bunny tails and ears!!! Super cute!!! :)

  10. Aww, these are very cute! I think my children would love them. I am going to make these & pin them:) Thanks for sharing!
    Shannon @ CozyCountryLiving

  11. This is just the cutest idea – not to mention simple. I’m going to make these for the kids at Sunday School on Easter. They will get a kick out of them. Thanks.

    I would love it if you brought this over to What’d You Do This Weekend at Tumbleweed Contessa. Everybody would love it too.


  12. So cute! My kids are going to love these. Thanks for sharing!

    Emily (from http://www.myloveforwords.com)

  13. This is definitely a possibility! quick and cute!

  14. I love how fun AND easy this is Keri! Just pinned! Thanks so much for sharing at Mom On Timeout!

  15. Cute and simple!

  16. SO stinking cute. I love this idea. Definitely pinning. I hope you’ll add this and any other posts you’re proud of to my what we wore read and made link party today.

  17. Hi, Can I feature your post on my blog? I would link back to you….

  18. Adorbs! Cute packaging makes holidays even grander! Thanks for the idea! Definitely using it!


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