A few days ago we showed you how to craft these super cute bunny pillow boxes—perfect for storing Easter treats and other little goodies in your kids’ Easter baskets. While chocolates and candies are always well-loved among any age, you may want to give an Easter gift that’s a little more useful and meaningful. These Easter bunny gift card holders are a cute way to treat your older kids (or even your adult kids!) to new clothes, help them save some money on groceries, or surprise them with a meal out at their favorite restaurant.
The perfect gift for anybunny
With so many gift card choices out there, you really can’t go wrong with this gift. You can pick their favorite store or restaurant, an activity they like to do, or a hobby they want to pursue. And instead of just handing over the gift card or placing it in an Easter basket, you can disguise it in a creative way with our Easter bunny gift card holders.
Along with being a cute and creative Easter gift idea, it’s super simple to craft. If you like these paper colors, we linked to them below. But they are also pre-colored in the templates if you just want to use white text weight paper. Whatever colors you choose, we’re sure your Easter bunny gift card holders will be adorable!
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- Text Weight Paper — Poptone Pink Lemonade, Curious Metallic Ice Silver, and Arturo Stone Grey
- Adhesive Dot Roller
Cut and fold. Then pop in a gift card and write an Easter message. To close, simply insert the smaller ears through the precut slits.
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Lia, these are absolutely adorable; however, when I cut mine out, the cut-out eyes and nose are on the side with the big ears. When I fold on the score line, the little ears fall behind the big ears so you can’t see them. What am I doing wrong? So sorry.
There should be slits just under the big ears, slide the small ears through these slits so they lay in front of the large ears and hold the card holder together.
its size is perfect for a fabric made bag for little Girls. Nice idea
That would be cute!!