Easy DIY Easter Bunny Candy Container – Easy Kid Friendly Easter Craft!

This sweet little DIY Easter Bunny Candy Container is the perfect craft for Easter! Budget pleasing and kid friendly!


DIY Easter Bunny Candy Container

The Easter season is a wonderful time to give sweet treats to the people you love. After all, there are so many wonderful Easter candy choices to pick from! If you are unsure what to give those sweet treats in, why not try making one of these Easter Bunny Candy Containers? These containers are a fun and whimsical way to dress up your treats or other small items. Take a look at how you can make your own!

  • You Will Need:
  • Small canning jar with lid
  • Spray paint
  • Easter embellishment
  • Hot glue and a glue gun

We were able to find all of these items at our local craft store. The jar and bunny were only around $1 each, and we were able to use some leftover paint we had. See what you have on hand first before going out and buying. You may be surprised and what you may have that is usable for this project!

1. Begin by removing the lid and placing it on some old paper. Give it two coats of spray paint with plenty of drying time in between.
2. Once the lid is dry, return it to the jar.
3. Apply a generous amount of hot glue to the underneath of your embellishment item. As you can see we picked a pretty and simple fuzzy bunny.
4. Press the item to the lid of the jar. Hold it in place until the glue is dry and secure.

Once the paint and glue are dry, remove the lid and fill the jar with treats of your choice. Return the lid and your jar is now ready for gift giving.

See how simple yet sweet this Easter craft is? Give it a try and see how quickly it gets you into the spirit of the season!

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