{Printable} Bunny Tail Bag Topper – great easter gift idea

Chocolate is not allowed in some schools and to be honest we don’t like our kids eating too much of it.  Here is an adorable alternative rather than the kids giving easter eggs to their friends as little easter gifts try…..  bunny tails.

What you will need:

  • White Marshmallows
  • Bunny tail bag topper topper (click image below to download and print)
  • Mini snap lock bags (homebrand are the best as they don’t have branding prints on them like the glad bags)
  • Staples

What to do:

  1. Place 5 marshmallows into each bag, seal bags
  2. Cut out bunny tails toppers
  3. Fold toppers in half
  4. Staple onto snap lock bags

 

Available in shop for $2.95, print as many as you need

 

Easter Party Pack

If your planning a party this easter, use this gorgeous easter pack consisting of:

  • Happy Easter Banner
  • Food labels
  • Cupcake wrappers
  • Circle Cupcake toppers
  • Square cupcake toppers
  • Blank Food labels
  • Easter Hunt helpers
  • Happy Easter Tags
  • Bunny Tails Bag Topper
  • Drink Bottle Labels

These printable were created by Carissa from A Year for Noah exclusively for The Organised Housewife Shop.   If you have a printable you would like to add into our shop, please contact me with details.

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6 comments

Traci March 20, 2013 - 11:26 AM

Ooh my gosh that is just the sweetest idea i have ever seen. Off to buy them now, thank you Kat for all your fantastic ideas

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Danielle Wibaux March 20, 2013 - 11:46 AM

They are gorgeous, thank you! I’ve been looking for ideas of what to give my Preppies friends that aren’t chocolate! Do you print the toppers on paper, or cardstock?

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Katrina March 20, 2013 - 11:52 AM

They are so sweet aren’t they! I used paper on ours. Hope they love their little gifts!

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Danielle Wibaux March 20, 2013 - 1:29 PM

Thanks for that. I wasn’t sure whether to use my nice scrapbooking journal card printing card or just paper. Is there any way I can print names on it? I am not very familiar with pdf’s, I usually just make things in Microsoft word!

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Michele Keighley March 24, 2013 - 3:27 PM

Chocolate does have health benefits such flavonoids which are antioxidants, plus they help prevent high blood pressure and can help with hormonal balance. Dark chocolate is more beneficial than milk – however,Marshmallow the confectionery is mostly made from refined sugar, certainly rarely available commercially made from the herb.

Small point; but if you’re removing chocolate on health grounds I would not be replacing it with marshmallows – better off with fruit.

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Angela March 23, 2017 - 2:18 PM

Hi there this product looks great however you have it on here for $2.95 but then $4.95 in your store?
Ange

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