Easter Bunny Envelopes

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Any “bunny” would feel special getting an Easter treat inside these adorable envelopes!

This quick project is simple enough for children, make great gifts for parents and grandparents and cost next to nothing!

Here’s how to make your own:

First, download our (free!) bunny ears template. It has everything you need to draw your own bunnies!

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You’ll also need an A7 sized envelope (5″ x 7″), glue, black pen, scissors, googly eyes, and a white and pink pom.

Let’s get started!

Once the download is complete, print the template. Cut out the envelope and ear cutouts.

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Trace the envelope template onto an already sealed envelope. Make sure the top of the ears touch the top of the envelope.

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Now cut it out:

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Trace the ear cutouts onto another color of paper (I used light pink) and cut out. Glue them onto your envelope.

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Now, the fun part! Time to decorate. Follow these steps to add a face and tail (photo instructions below):

1. Glue two eyes onto the front.

2. Add a pink pom for a nose.

3. Draw a smile…

4. …and some whiskers.

5. Add some freckles!

6. Color in the cheeks (optional).

7. Turn the envelope over and add a white pom for a tail.

8. Write the name of the receiver on the back (optional).

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And you’re done! How cute and easy is that?

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Now you can add a note, candy, or other Easter goodies!

Enjoy – and Happy Easter!

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