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Free Printables: Easter Bunny Treat Cones

Hippity hoppin’, Easter’s on its way with my free printable Easter bunny treat cones. I’ve designed them exclusively for We Are Scout readers – all you need to do is print them out and follow a few simple instructions. They make gorgeous individual Easter gifts.

We Are Scout FREE Easter Bunny Treat Cones Printables, via we-are-scout.com.

Download and print out our free Easter Bunny treat cones.

To make the cones, you’ll need:
– Easter bunny treat cone free printable. Click here to download the pink rabbit. Click here to download the grey rabbit
– Mid-weight paper for printing
– Double-sided tape
– Tissue paper (optional)
– Ribbon, ric rac or mini pom pom trim (optional)
– Treats!

Start by downloading and printing out the two Easter bunny cones.

Cut one out and attach double-sided tape to the flap. Roll up the cone and stick it together. Now you can fill your cone with treats! If you want to make a sealed gift with tissue paper, keep going to the next step.

FREE PRINTABLE Easter bunny treat cones via We-Are-Scout.com.

Cut two pieces of tissue paper – one roughly measuring 37cm (14.5 inches) square, and the other about 37cm x 42cm (14.5 x 16.5 inches).
Place them one on top of the other.

Make a little crease in the centre of the bottom edge. Start rolling a cone shape, with the crease as the bottom point of the cone.

Place the tissue paper cone inside the bunny paper cone, and loosen the top of the tissue paper so it fills out to the same size as the outer cone.

Fill your cone with treats. Then gather it together at the top and tie a ribbon around it. Fan out the tissue paper and cut one slit down the centre, then twist each side to create two bunny ears and tie with ribbon, twine or mini pom-poms.

Free Easter Bunny Treat Cone Printables by We-Are-Scout.com.

You can also make cute carrot Easter treat cones with my free printable and tutorial here.

You can make our Easter carrot treat cones, too!

You can make our Easter carrot treat cones, too!

Tell me: what kind of treats are you going to use to fill your cones? I love those tiny speckled candy chocolate eggs. What about some pieces of homemade chocolate bark? If you wanted a non-sugar version, you could fill your cones with tiny stationery items like novelty erasers, mini pastel gel pens, animal-shape rubber bands and pretty clips.

Oh, and Happy Easter!

  • http://www.fiddleandspoon.com Fiddle & Spoon

    Oh my gaaawd these are adorable! Love the speckled eggs too, big fan 😉 x

    | http://www.fiddleandspoon.com

  • http://kraftmint.com/ Ursula Rosien

    These are the perfect alternative to Easter baskets! Which I doubt I’ll have time to put together 😉 mucho thanks.
    ursula @ http://kraftmint.com (quick and modern crafts)

  • Teresa

    Gorgeous and very creative. We’re going to use them in our Easter Kids Brunch blog post. We’re going to print them tomorrow and photograph them and we’ll mention our source. They are so inspiring! The kids will love them :) (I’ll send the link when it’s live.
    :) ♥ Teresa

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