Isn’t Springtime the best? Our studio is filled to bursting with various prototypes for paper tulips, partly decorated Easter eggs, and a whole host of baby farm animals in various forms from candy huggers in yesterday’s post, to these adorable Easter goodie bags. The little bunny rabbit, duckling, chick and lamb are all easily printed and cut by downloading the PDF file at the end of this post and assembling with scissors and glue. Once cut, the bags are simple to construct then you just need to glue the faces and wings on to the sides using your hot glue gun. Fill with treats for the little ones and your Easter goodie bags are ready to go!
This is a super easy project that the kiddos can make for friends at school or to hand over a special treat to their classroom teacher. We’ll be handing them out to the younger members of the family during our Easter Brunch on April 5th along with these adorable Easter candy huggers. If you are planning on a get together with family and friends and you can download our very pretty Easter Brunch invitation and stay tuned for the entire printable table setting collection coming next week. It will have everything from invites to cupcake wrappers, menus to candle wrappers and is all designed using a super sweet springtime decoration – am I allowed to say that it’s simply gorgeous?!
Check back throughout the week for more fun Easter projects including my favorite tomorrow – a super sweet set of decorated Easter eggs for the kids (or grown-ups!) to make at home. Enjoy! ~ Lia
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Love these. Thank you!
You’re welcome 🙂
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Hi, Thanks for the lovely Easter boxex that I will gift to my friend stuffed with little chocolate eggs. Happy Easter to you and to your staff!!!!
Happy Easter to you too:-)
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Thank you so much Lia, for these adorable Easter treat bags with animal features. Will make them joyfully to provide some little child a special Easter treat. I appreciate your hard work and generosity so much.
I too noticed folding lines were quite light but decided they were to keep nice look to bags.
Happy weekend to you and yours. Enjoy the Spring. I’m looking out our back door to newly budding trees and mountains, so lucky to live here.
Hi, I love this creation! It is perfect for children, to do something creative with them during easter holidays!
We spoke about this creation here:
Thank you for sharing it! A big kiss from Italy! 😉
Cute! Thank you. xx
Thank you so much for the cute designs I am going to make them for my Grandson, he will love..BTW Love your blog and all of the ideas you have shared.
Thank you so much! I am sure your Grandson will love his Easter treat:-)
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Thank you Lia for your very prompt reply, there are no visible dotted lines on the printout, on the Easter treat bags,
They are really light, so you wouldn’t see them on the finished project. Maybe try changing the ink levels so they print better.
Thank you Lia for the lovely Easter Bunny Chicks, Lamb, treat bag, I am having trouble trying to figure out the way to assemble them, would you mind giving instruction how to do this please.
Fold along the dotted lines and glue the head on the head flat part. Have fun!
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Merci c’est très mignon
Thank you and Happy Easter!
So very, very, cute! Thank you, Lia!!
You are welcome! Enjoy!!