Good morning! I hope everyone is doing well. I’m not sure what our Easter is going to look like this year, but I still wanted to give my kids a little bag of goodies even though they are adults. I think they like it too! I made these cute little bags for them this year.
Items you need:
- small paper bag
- stencil or shape to trace
- clear cellophane
- hole punch
- tags for names
I used a cookie cutter for my shape. I liked this bunny shape. I centered it where I wanted it to be on the bag and traced around it with the pencil.
Once I had the tracing, I carefully cut it out with my scissors.
I placed a piece of blue paper behind it so you could see the shape.
I cut out a square of clear cellophane, large enough to cover the whole design. I taped it to the inside of the bag. This will keep the candy from falling out!
I punched two holes in the top of the bag, through both sides of the bag, so I could tie the bag closed with a ribbon.
I always give my kids a chocolate bunny, so that when in the bag first, and then I added some other smaller candies to fill the bag.
I had these circle key rings and the letters in my stash, so I joined the two together. I made a hole in the cardboard letter so I could add it to the key ring.
Once the bag was full, I tied the top closed and added the initial key ring.
I think they turned out pretty cute! Perfect for kids, both small and grown up!
I know my kids will enjoy getting them as much as I enjoyed making them!
This was a fun project to put together and fun to give to the kids! I hope you have a happy spring and Easter!