Easter Bunny Treats

Happy Saturday! It is Easter craft day around our house today and we are just getting ready to do some Easter Egg decorating. Before we get started though, I just wanted to pop in and show you one of our Easter treat ideas that we were working on this morning- these cute Easter bunny treats!

Easter Bunny Treats.  These are easy to make and SO cute!
These are kind of a mix between my Turkey Treats and my Easter Bunny Suckers from last year.   They are SO quick and easy to make and would make a fun Easter treat or cute addition to your Easter table.

  • 9 inch round scalloped tulle {I picked this up at the dollar store in the wedding section.  You could always cut your own as well}
  • clear small elastic band
  • 2 inch Styrofoam ball
  • white and pink pipe cleaners
  • google eyes
  • white and pink mini pom poms
  • glue {I used Quick Grip}
  • Easter colored M&Ms

Easter Bunny Treats.  These are really easy to make and SO cute!


  • Place a large handful of M&M’s in the middle of the tulle.  Gather all ends and secure with a clear elastic bands.  “Fluff” the tail.
  • Glue the google eyes and pom poms on as shown above.
  • Cut a white pipe cleaner in half and form into an ear.  Stick it into the Styrofoam ball and repeat on the other side.
  • Cut a piece of pink pipe cleaner and fold in half.  Stick it into the Styrofoam ball so that it is in the middle of the ear.
  • Cut a piece of white pipe cleaner approximately 2-3 inches long.  Stick into the bottom of the head and then stick the other end into your tulle ball.  Done! :)
I think they almost look even cuter from the back.  See?  I told you I had a thing for bunny butts!

Easter Bunny Treats.  These are really easy to make and SO cute!  Love the tail!
Hope you have a “Hoppy” Weekend! :)  

Easter Bunny Treats.  These are really easy to make and SO cute!  Perfect for the Easter table!
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  1. says

    Too, too cute and adorable. What a cute project to make with your kids also. I love Easter crafts so much, so cheerful and renewing. All colors of Easter seem to be happy after the long winter.
    Our winter was colder than usual and we’re having a cold spell again, high of about 39 today with a cold wind. Brrrrrrr. Who knows what next week will bring. Never boring for weather around here (western CO). Hope your Easter will be warm and sunny. Happy Easter.

  2. says

    They are so cute. I am between kids at the e moment well what I mean is mine are all grown up and my grandson is not yet old enough o do crafts .
    Next year

  3. says

    Thanks so much for linking to Make the Scene Monday @ Alderberry Hill. You are being featured later today!
    I hope you are having a wonderful Easter weekend, and join me this evening for Make the Scene Monday #68!

  4. susana chapotot says

    soy de Argentina y tu trabajo me parecio muy lindo para estas pascuas FELICITACIONES ¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡

  5. tavette says

    Love the bunny made with a netting & M&M body. Thinking about buying small mesh netting in various colors so the kids will know which one belongs to them. Don’t want any bunny squabbles. By kids I mean ADULT kids – we like having some Easter fun also! Could also use jelly beans in the netting as an alternative. Thanks for the post & cute photos.

    Tavette – S. Fla.

  6. Elizabeth says

    I love the tulle bunny. I am in the process of making them and was wondering how you prevented the tulle from getting a big whole when sticking in the pipe to hold the head?

    Thank you!

    • says

      I just stuck it in and didn’t have any problems. If you are getting some tearing, you could try “pre-drilling” a hole with a nail or other sharper object. Happy Easter!

  7. Cydnee/Tampa cake girl says

    What a sweet Easter treat! Thank you very much for joining in the celebration of #purebloglove, we enjoy having you each week. I hope to see you on Thursday at 8PM, EST through Sunday night. ~Cydnee

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