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Easter Craft: Bunny and Chick Candy Packages

Easter is just around the corner and these fun little Easter bunnies and chicks are the perfect gift for school friends and neighbors, for the Easter bunny to hide, and to pop into Easter baskets.

DIY Easter Candy Gift Packages for Kids


  • Download and print our free printable bunnies and chicks
  • Easter candy – preferably candy that is flat on at least one side
  • Sewing machine
  • Scissors

TIP: You can purchase multi-packs of candy at Walmart for between $1-$2. If you already have paper and scissors, your total cost for this project is around $2.

how to make paper packages for your Easter candy


  1. Download and print our free printable bunnies and chicks.
  2. Cut out the bunnies and chicks – the back and front are mirror images of each other.
  3. Write your message on the back side of each printable.
  4. Begin sewing each back and front together. When you get about 2/3 of the way around pop the candy inside and then finish sewing.
  5. Repeat for the remainder of your bunnies and chicks.

how to make bunny and chick Easter packages for your candy

These Easter bunnies and chicks make giving candy a little more fun.

Free bunny and chick Easter Printable.Download the PDF of these adorable Easter printables here.

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  1. Those are so cute! I love the look of them, and I love that I don’t have to be a seamstress to make them. Thanks!

  2. Robin (Masshole Mommy)

    Those are so cute. What a fun, festive idea this is.

  3. I love these cute printables! It would be so fun to surprise someone with one of these cute packages full of treats.

  4. Oh heavies! How cute. This would be fun for my kids. they’ve been asking for ever it seems to do some Easter stuff!

  5. How adorable are these? I love their little faces, now to learn how to sew 🙂

  6. Debbie Denny

    That is cute. Looks easy and fun.

  7. Pam

    These are adorable! I love little crafts like this.

  8. What a cute idea! Sort of like their own little Easter pinata!

  9. Your instructions are so clear and easy to follow. This bunny and chick candy package is super cute.

  10. These are just so adorable. They make me want to go out and buy a sewing machine! (I think I’ll just ask my Mom to make them!)

  11. I can not sew a button on a piece of clothing but my mother in law is very handy with a sewing machine. I am sure she’d love to make this cute craft for her eight grandkids!

  12. Pauline C.

    I love how easy they are to make! I can’t wait for my nieces to see what craft activities I have in store for them!

  13. These are so cute! I have a sewing machine, but don’t know how to do much on it, I think I can handle making these!

  14. That looks really cute! It makes Easter candy so much more fun, too!

  15. What a fun little craft. These are super cute and I know one little girl who would really enjoy these.

  16. Ann Bacciaglia

    This is such a cute idea. I will have to try making some this weekend. I hope mine turn out as good as yours.

  17. These are too cute! I’d want my own Easter basket just so I could have these in it!

  18. These are adorable and so crafty. I love the idea. I don’t have a lot of time for sewing (and messing up), but I would make these if I did.

  19. valerie g

    those are so cute. i know my kids would love those.

  20. Maria C.

    These are so brilliant. My first time to see such things. Thanks for sharing

  21. What a fabulous candy package!! I have a sewing machine and never use it.

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