Easter Bunny Gift or Treat bag

I have been meaning to make these for a while now, and today I FINALLY broke out the sewing machine so I could share this fun Easter Bunny Gift or Treat bag. This is such an easy little tutorial, and as long as you can work with a pair of scissors and make a straight stitch on a sewing machine (technically, these are small, so you could hand sew them!) you will be fine.

I love the way this little bunny turned out, and I know a lot of little kiddos who will be excited to see these in their Easter baskets in a few short weeks.

Easter Bunny Gift or Treat Bag Tutorial - Super Cute!

 

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  1. Becca says

    I don’t get why you would sew it closed. How does the receiver open the bag to get the treats out?

    • Jennifer says

      Hi Becca! That’s a great question. You would close the bag by hand sewing so that the gift/treats do not fall out of the bottom. It’s hand sewn, so when the little ones go to open it, it is easy to open.

      • Becca says

        I tried it without stitching them closed and it worked! I left the space between the ears open and tucked in my treats. Then, I used ribbon to tie them closed at the ears. Also, I top stitched around the ears to make them a little more stable. I love them. Thanks for the inspiration!

  2. says

    These are too cute! I have a few sewing projects I bought material for, but can’t seem to muster the energy to do. This is inspiring. Please come share what you have been up to at our Anything Goes linky party. It’s starting over later today, a bit earlier then usual for the holiday.
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