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Simple Kid's Bunny Treat Cups Craft

These easy bunny treat cups are perfect to give as gifts at your Easter celebration or party! Simple enough for the kids to make and so adorable. 

bunny cup filled with easter grass and chocolates.

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bunny treat cups with plastic easter eggs.

If you're looking for an easy Easter craft to make at home or in the classroom, give these bunny treat cups a try!

They're simple enough for kids of any age to make or help make, the supplies are easy to find if you don't already have them on hand and they're fun to give as gifts.

You can change up the color of the construction paper and pom poms, so each kid can customize their own bunny. Once you're done, add some Easter grass and candy and you'll have the cutest bunny cup ever!

These treat cups aren't just for Easter. You can make them for any animal themed lessons, or pair them with a book about bunnies for story time and a snack.

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What supplies do you need?

photo of bunny treat cup supplies.

How to make:

collage photo of treat cup assembly process.

Scroll down for measurements, instructions and printing!

Helpful tips:

  • The bunny ears can be prepped ahead of time and just glued on when making the cups.

close up of bunny face on treat cup.


More Easter crafts and activities you may like:

Try these fun additions or substitutions:

  • different colors of construction paper or scrapbook paper for the bunny ears
  • different colors of pom poms for the nose
  • styrofoam cups instead of paper
  • attach a pipe cleaner to each side of a cup with glue to make a handle

I hope you enjoy this treat cup as much as our family did!


bunny treat cups lined up in a row.

Simple Kid's Bunny Treat Cups

Author: Sweet Hazel Honey
prep time: 5 Mperform time: 15 Mtotal time: 20 M


  • White paper cups
  • Googly eyes
  • Pink pom poms
  • Cotton balls
  • Pink construction paper
  • White construction paper
  • Sharpie marker
  • Glue or glue gun
  • Treats
  • Pencil
  • Scissors
  • Easter grass or paper shred


  1. Fold the pink construction paper in half. Draw ears on the construction paper. Cut out. (When folding the paper, you’ll be able to cut out one set per bunny. For this project, I created three sets of ears with the construction paper.
  2. Fold the white construction paper in half. Draw smaller sets of ears. Then, glue the white pieces in the center of the pink ears. Set aside.
  3. Glue the pink nose on the cup. Then, glue the googly eyes above the nose. Draw whiskers on the bunny using the marker.
  4. Place glue on the bottom of the ears and glue to the back of the cup.
  5. Glue a cotton ball onto the bottom of the cup in the back.
  6. Your treat cups are ready to be filled with Easter grass, paper shred, and treats!
Created using Craft Card Maker

bunny treat cup with green background and text overlay.

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