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Easter Favor Bags 1. Seal the flap of an envelope, and draw bunny ears on the sealed side. template. 2. Cut along the line through both layers of the envelope. 3. Flip the envelope over; what was the side of the envelope becomes the bottom of your treat holder. 4. Cut pink construction paper to make eyes and insides of ears, and glue them on the front of the envelope. Use colored pencil for mouth; glue on a pom-pom nose. Fill with yummy Easter sweets.
One great way to say happy Easter is with paper-envelope rabbits -- bearing treats, of course.
Here's what you need • Cotton balls • 3 Q Tips • Small google eyes • Tiny piece of pink pipe cleaner, paper, or craft foam (for the nose) • glue • Kitchen scissors 1. First prepare bunny's ears and feet. Cut 2 Q tips a bit longer than the swab part, these will be bunny ears. Cut other Q Tip to make 4 feet, cut them right where the swab part starts. Put glue on ends of long Q Tips and glue them in place on cotton ball to make bunny feet.ake the bunny's feet. Glue on eyes and nose!
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