Easter Bunny Cups and Bunny Bait

Hippity Hoppity Easter is just around the corner and this easy DIY project is a fun craft for you and the kids.  Your kids will love making these Easter Bunny Cups and filling them with a tasty Bunny Bait snack.

Easter Bunny Cups with Bunny Bait_Giggles Galore

Whether you are planning an Easter Egg Hunt party or just want a festive afternoon snack these Easter Bunny Cups filled with sweet Bunny Bait are sure to be a hit with the kids!

DIY Easter Bunny Cups

Supplies:

  • White paper cups
  • Easter Bunny Ear Template
  • Googly eyes
  • Mini pink pom poms
  • Black wire whiskers
  • Cotton Ball
  • Hot glue or glue dots

Easter Bunny Cup Supplies

Directions:

  1. Cut out your bunny ears
  2. Hot glue the eyes to the cup. Next, put a small dab of hot glue just below the nose and arrange the whiskers.  Once you have the whiskers in place put a small dab of glue on the pink pom pom and put it on top of the whiskers
  3. Glue the bunny ears to the back of the cup
  4. Add a fluffy cotton ball tail to the back
  5. Fill with the sweet and salty bunny bait

Easter Bunny Cup Face

 

Easter Bunny Ear Cups

 

Easter Bunny Cups with Bunny Bait

Bunny Bait Recipe

1 bag of popcorn

1 cup white chocolate melts

Easter Sprinkles

Directions:

  1. Pop the popcorn and empty it into a large mixing bowl.
  2. Melt the white chocolate melts according the directions on the package.
  3. Pour the melted chocolate over the popcorn and gently stir.
  4. Shake your Easter sprinkles over the popcorn.
  5. Fill your Easter Bunny Cups with the bunny bait.

Bunny Bait

 

Easter Bunny Cup

Have a hippity hoppity Happy Easter!  Make sure you stop by and visit Giggles Galore for other easy and fun Easter crafts, recipes and party ideas!

 

Mariah
Mariah Leeson is the creative mind behind www.gigglesgalore.net. With a passion for celebrating, Mariah created Giggles Galore to inspire families to celebrate life’s little moments with creative, budget friendly ideas. She loves cooking, reading, crafting, hosting parties and most of all spending time giggling with her family.
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Comments

  1. Sooooo adorable! Great idea!

  2. Cute idea! My grand kids will love this.

  3. These cups are adorable, and I love this recipe. The sweet and salty together is wonderful!

  4. What a cute idea! Pinning this project!

  5. These are too cute for words, so adorable, Mariah! Thank you so much for sharing at Weekend Potluck! We hope you stop by again to share more.

  6. Love these little cups. They are so simple, and my little boys will love them! Perfect for an Easter weekend movie night or something. Thanks!

  7. My daughters would love to make these, they are too cute and so easy! What a great idea! Thank you for sharing!

  8. Where is the template for the ears

  9. These are adorable! Pinning and sharing.

  10. looking for the wire for the whiskers – where did you find and what size of eyes did you use? (I am one of those people that have to everything detailed out for me) Thank you I love these and have found some colored cups that will work too!

    • Hi Lisa! I used the medium size eyes I believe they are 10mm or 8mm and can be found at most craft stores. For the whiskers on these cups I actually just cut a few bristles off of my broom since it was what I had on hand. 😉 I have however made them with black jewelry wire found at craft stores, I think it was 26 gauge. I would love to see how your colored bunnies turn out, share your photo on Instagram and tag @Giggles_Galore to share them with us!

      • Thank you for the info and your help!
        Did you find the cute polka dot paper somewhere specific?
        (as I said, I have to have everything almost 100% the same, or it just won’t be right)

        • Of course Lisa. The polka dot paper was actually a printable pattern from an Easter party package. If you click on the link in the list of supplies for the Easter Bunny Ear Template it will take you to the post where you can download them. 🙂

          • thanks. but the template doesn’t look anything like what you have actually on the craft. No biggy just thought I would check

  11. So cute! I pinned them 🙂 xoxox

  12. This is such a cute idea for the kids at Easter. We would love to invite you to share your blog posts at the Home Matters Linky Party. The #HomeMattersParty goes live on Fridays and stays open for adding links through Monday.

  13. What a fun idea! Thanks for sharing with us at Funtastic Friday! I always enjoy your posts 🙂

  14. Melissa Lathom says:

    These are cute. What size cups did you use?

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