Easter is such a fun time of year. I love creating little baskets for my daughters and coming up with craft ideas. When planning our printable cards this year, I realized that we hadn’t made any Easter printables, which is crazy because my daughters love to bring little treats to school to give to their friends. I wrote down a bunch of cheesy puns, and some bunny special was at the top of my list.
With the help of my oldest daughter, who drew out the adorable bunny image, we created these cute printable Easter cards, perfect for handing out at school or to friends and neighbors. They will also be a great party favor if you plan an Easter egg hunt this year.
Easter some bunny special printable cards
Before I share the printable, let me share a little about what we used for ours.
While these some bunny special printable cards are cute enough to hand out independently, they also make a great gift tag.
You can use any individually wrapped Easter treats, but I attached mine to these cute carrot-shaped bags filled with Reese’s Pieces. I thought it would be cute to punch a hole in the bunny’s hands and tie a ribbon around the carrot. I think placing them that way makes it look like the bunny is holding the carrot.
Target sells these carrots for around $1 a piece, which is budget-friendly, especially when you have a large group to buy for. You can also purchase bags of Easter candy and put them in individual bags.
Once you’ve printed these some bunny special printable cards and cut them out, you can punch a hole in the card and attach it with a ribbon or tape them directly to your Easter treat.
some bunny special artwork
My oldest daughter drew this bunny, and I fell in love with her cute little face. I’m working on putting together some Easter coloring sheets so the bunny can make another appearance. In the meantime, don’t forget to download the Easter bunny paper bag craft template. It’s such a fun craft to put together with your kids.
How to Download:
- Download our some bunny special printable cards, open it in Adobe Acrobat, and print on cardstock paper (you can also use regular printer paper if that’s all you have available). Make sure to select landscape and “actual size” before printing.
- Cut each card using a paper cutter or scissors (10 on each page).
- Write your child’s name at the bottom of the card. Alternatively, if you have Adobe Acrobat and have editing capabilities, you can add your child’s name before printing.
The best part about these printable cards is that it’s a digital file so you can save it to your computer and print as many as you need. I always recommend saving it somewhere that you will remember, in case you want to use them next year.
What do you think of our some bunny special Easter printable cards? Make sure to check out all of our Easter printables and recipes.