Thanks to Jen from Jen T by Design for sharing these darling Easter bunny treat cones printables while I’m on maternity leave enjoying my sweet baby girl. I’ll be back soon with more party ideas, DIY’s, crafts, recipes, and more!
Hey guys! I’m Jen from Jen T by Design, and I’m filling in for Laura here today while she takes some time off to snuggle that new baby girl. Enjoy every second, Laura!
Easter is creeping up on us pretty quickly, so I thought it would be fun to share a little DIY and some Easter freebies with you. You guys like freebies, right? I thought you might. 🙂
These little Easter bunny treat cones are perfect to tuck inside Easter baskets, or they make a super cute little gift for your kiddos to share with friends.
The adorable little carrot favor tags are the perfect match for the cones, or could be attached to any other gift you might want to share!
Easter Bunny Treat Cones
- FREE treat cones and favor tags PDF (download HERE)
- Very small hole punch
- Double-sided tape or Glue Dots
- Filler of your choice. I used marshmallows, but pastel non-pareils or Easter colored candy would work great, too!
Once they are cut, use the hole punch to punch a hole in the center of the carrot leaves and in the top center of the right bunny ear.
Step 2. Add some double-sided tape or glue dots along the back edge of the cone.
Roll the paper so that it forms a cone shape, then press the seam to seal.
Step 3. Thread a piece of twine through the hole in the ear, threading from the back of the cone to the front. Tie a knot in the front and snip off the excess with the scissors.
Determine how low you would like your carrot to hang, then cut the twine length accordingly (leaving a little extra to allow for a knot).
Thread the end of the twine through the hole in the carrot, again threading from back to front. Tie a knot in the front and trim excess.
Fill the cones with your favorite little treat and enjoy!
So cute, right? Super easy, too!
I hope you love them, and if you decide to make them, give me a shout on social media (@JenTbyDesign). I love seeing how you use my designs!
If you’d like to see more fun posts like this one, be sure to pop over to my blog.
Big thanks to Laura for having me as a guest host today, and I hope to see you guys soon!