Easter Craft: Another Way to Use our Free Easter Printable

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Here is another way to use our fun Easter printable.

Super fun and super easy. Perfect to fill Easter baskets, hand out at church or your Sunday School class, or give to friends or neighbors.

I handed these out yesterday at the twins Mother’s Day Out and plan to give them to my nieces and nephews on Sunday.

You Will Need:

  • FREE Hoppy Easter Printable  <<—— click to print
  • 4×9 clear cello bags
  • stapler
  • card-stock
  • paper cutter
  • Easter candy- we used M&Ms and spring marshmallows

Fill each bag with your candy choices.

Do your kids love marshmallows as much as mine do?

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Cut your printable out.

Fold your printable to make a tent.

Fold the top of the cello bag to seal.

Place printable over folded cell bag.

Secure with a staple.

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Sign the back.

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And you’re set.

See how we used this same printable with an Easter Rice Krispy Treat goodie.

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