Need an easy treat idea for your child’s Easter basket? Use these Happy Easter free printable tags to dress up their favorite snack, a small toy or a special gift.
In our family, one of the Easter traditions is to fill a basket or fabric bin for each of our children with small toys, books, candy and treats. With chocolate bunnies, jelly beans, marshmallow chicks and all the other candy at Easter time, I try to find a few special non-candy snacks to put in our kids’ Easter baskets. One year, I made Cheddar Bunny Carrots using a cellophane bag folded into a carrot shape. To get it the carrot color, I filled it with cheddar crackers shaped like rabbits. Another year I filled treat bags with rabbit shaped graham crackers and attached a cute “Somebunny Loves You” tag.
The boys loved the rabbit shaped crackers so much I wanted to create new Happy Easter free printable tags to attach the next year. The Happy Easter free printable tags are available as a FREE digital download when you subscribe to our Ideas In Your Inbox newsletter.
By the way, this cute Easter bunny design is also part of our new collection of printable Easter art on Etsy. Kenarry Idea Insiders get an exclusive 25% off discount from our Etsy shop in addition to the free printable Happy Easter tags!
How to Make Treats with Happy Easter Free Printable Tags
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The Happy Easter free printable tags are designed to print on 8 1/2 x 11″ card stock using your home computer and color printer.
What You Need:
- Access to a computer and color printer
- White card stock
- Scissors or paper trimmer
- 1-Hole Punch
- Clear cellophane treat bags
- Small crackers or treats – I used the Annie’s Organic Friends Bunny Grahams for these treats. If you’re making a bunch for a big group, these individual packs of the bunny crackers would be cool to use.
1. Get the Happy Easter free printable tags.
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Once you have the file, print the Happy Easter free printable tags in color on white card stock.
2. Cut and punch the Happy Easter tags.
Cut the tags apart. For straight lines, I’d suggest using a paper trimmer. It’s so fast and easy. Sometimes it’s quickest though just to grab the scissors!
Next, use a single hole punch in the upper left corner. This way you can easily tie the tags onto the cellophane bags.
3. Fill the treat bags.
Use whatever special treats and snacks you want to fill the cellophane bags for Easter. As I mentioned before, you can also make the bags into carrot shapes and fill with cheddar bunny crackers like I did a few years ago.
4. Tie on the tags.
Use ribbon to tie a Happy Easter free printable tag around the top of each treat bag. Curling ribbon would look cute too, but I just used a lime green grosgrain fabric ribbon.
Repeat with the remaining cellophane bags until you have enough Easter treats for your children’s baskets.
These free printable Happy Easter tags would also be great to use on a spring snack for a class party, a play date with friends or for a Sunday school class treat.
What’s your favorite thing to put in your child’s Easter basket? Please comment below and share. We’re always looking for new ideas!
While you’re here, be sure to check out other Easter ideas on Kenarry: Ideas for the Home. You may especially like:
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