Easter Bunny Lollipops

Easter crafts are a fun way to celebrate the first holiday of the spring season! There are many fun and easy DIY Easter treats that you can create at home that make perfect Easter treats and gifts for friends and family of all ages. Some of the traditional and more popular ideas include decorating eggs, making Easter baskets, and making spring-themed decorations like paper flowers or wreaths.

This year I decided to make Easter Bunny Lollipops to gift my daughter’s classmates. With many creative ways to create bunny lollipops, I chose to use a downloaded template and my Cricut. The process was quick and easy and turned out to be super cute!

To make your own – follow along below!

Creating DIY Easter Bunny Lollipops

Step 1: Gather all the needed supplies and download The Bunny Lollipop Holder template. Template can be found HERE.

Step 2: Once you have downloaded your template you will assemble your lollipop holders by selecting the “Make It” option and following the Design Space prompts. If you find that you would like to customize your project, you may do so by choosing “Customize” option.

Step 3: After you have created your bunny pieces using your cardstock, you will need to glue the colored bunny head to the back of the bunny. I chose to use various colors for my bunnies to give a variety of options for the children.

Step 4: Next you will need to insert your lollipop of choice. After you have done so, you will fold the bunny and glue the head or ears together.

Step 5: To complete your project, allow bunnies to dry before arranging in an Easter Basket of your choice for adorable transportation!

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