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Easter Hunt Bags; Make Your Own

With Easter being right around the corner why not have a go and make your own Easter Hunt Bags!

Following on from the Home-made Easter Hunt Signs here are four simple methods for making your own Easter Hunt Bags. 


First up is Easter themed stamped bags. Using the Kraft Gift Bags in the small and large along with the Baker Ross Easter Stampers I simply made up some pastel paint colours and got stamping. I did a couple of them by myself but then Amelia wanted to get stuck in, so it’s a nice simple way to get children involved with making their own Easter Hunt Bags.

Stamp Easter Bags

I love how simple and effective these are; the paper bags are really cool and with the bright coloured Easter themed stamps are great. They are large foam stamps so are really easy to use and the pictures come out really well!

Once they were dry I stuffed them with some tissue paper ready to be filled with Easter Eggs and treats.


Using the same paper bags, it’s really easy to create a simple bunny face on the bags using coloured card/paper and then a sharpie to do the extra features. I also added a pom pom tail on the bag as an extra touch.

Bunny Face Brown Bags

The final idea using the brown paper bags is probably my favourite and is another super easy idea. All you need is some patterned paper and cut out the shape of a bunny and simply stick it on. I stuck on a pom pom tail and then used letter stickers to write out ‘Amelia’s Easter Bag’.  Again stuff it with tissue paper and it looks really good.


The final Easter Hunt Bag I’m sharing takes a little more time but is still nice and simple. All you need is two sheets of felt and draw out a basics square bunny shape with ears and cut out two of them. Simply stitch up the sides using a blanket stitch and to the top of the ears leaving one side of the ears and the middle. Then stitch on some sleepy eyes and a nose.

I’m really not the best sower and I didn’t find this too complex so it’s definitely worth a go! I then tied some ribbon around the ears an it looks super cute! As this one is smaller this could be filled with smaller treats or you could use larger sheets of felt (but that would involve more stitching).

Felt Bunny Bag

So there we have four simple Easter Hunt Bags that children can get involved in. They would be fab to put together if you were having an Easter party/get-together and add to your personalised Easter Hunt!

Let me know if you try out any these ideas.

Thanks for reading!xx




  1. 23rd March 2016 / 6:01 pm

    Oh how precious are those bunny face bags! I wish I was more organised this year – all the nieces and nephews would be getting them.

  2. Helen
    23rd March 2016 / 6:27 pm

    Love these ideas – it would be so much fun to make these together and then use them to collect eggs on an Easter egg hunt! The last two ideas are my favourite 🙂

    Helen x


  3. 23rd March 2016 / 9:51 pm

    What a fantastic idea! I was going to buy some, but I think I may well encourage B to help me make some 🙂 xx

  4. 24th March 2016 / 9:58 am

    Oh what a brilliantly simple craft. I must do this with my girls. They’ll love it.

  5. 25th March 2016 / 11:09 pm

    Love these Easter hunt bags, I especially love the adorable felt bunny will have to try that with my little one.

  6. 28th March 2016 / 9:09 am

    Those bags are adorable but so simple! Stamping is the one thing I can get lamb to sit and do before he gets distracted being an avenger for the day.. X

  7. 31st March 2016 / 9:29 pm

    What a fab idea and simple to make – even I wouldn’t go wrong (hopefully!)

  8. 7th March 2017 / 4:59 pm

    These are really cute and a fun craft idea for little ones. Using food-safe cotton drawstring bags is another great option.

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