DIY Easter Gifts

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I’ve been in a nostalgic mood this year and drawn to vintage images for crafting. I’ve even started a Pinterest board of images I want to use for future crafts.  When I found this sweet vintage Easter bunny image, I knew I had to use it to create DIY Easter Gifts you can make in about 20 minutes (plus drying time). 

purple can with bunny and filled with carrot candy

I enjoy sending care packages to my oldest “baby” and her roommates in college. If I can stand to be separated from this charming little vintage bunny can, I’m going to send it to her filled with Easter treats. It would also make a great teacher treat or party favors. 

close up of purple can with bunny image

DIY Easter Gifts 

Supplies

Recycled Snack Can

Vintage Easter Image – I found mine on The Graphics Fairy

Decoupage Glue

Sponge Brush

Contrasting Decorative Paper

Large Rubber Bands

overhead view of bunny images on paper, can, bottle of glue and sponge brush

Cut the decorative paper to go around the can. Decoupage the paper to the can and use the rubber bands to hold the paper in place until the glue dries, which takes about 20 minutes.

can with purple paper held in place by rubber bands

Print your vintage Easter image out with a main image that will fit the height of your recycled can. Print additional smaller copies of the image out for the rest of the can.

close up of Easter bunny can filled with candy

Cut the images out. Use decoupage glue to adhere the images to the can and the rubber bands to hold the images in place until the glue dries.

purple can with Easter bunny image and colorful jelly beans scattered around

Fill the vintage Easter can with candy to give as a gift or fill it with Easter treats to use as a center piece Easter basket.

blue plastic egg holding colorful paper clips

My friend, J., gave me this cute DIY Easter gift last year. She filled plastic Easter eggs with craft supplies. It’s a great alternative to candy. I’ve kept this sweet Easter gift on my desk as an organizer all year. She chose the perfect blue color to go with my craft room

candy in purple Easter bunny can

I’m going to have to make several more of these adorable bunny DIY Easter Gifts so that I can keep one for myself. Who do you know who would appreciate one for Easter?

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6 Comments

  1. I love this, Susan. Graphics Fairy has some really neat images!! I like sending a surprise to my college girl as well. A little chocolate never goes to waste:)

  2. I love all of these ideas! I’m always happy to find non-candy basket fillers and creative gift packaging for gifts. The snack can and treat jars could easily be adapted for a gift for any occasion. Thanks for the ideas!

  3. What wonderful ideas! I tend to pull the old stuff out of the attic. I’m going to make the bunny can for the girls.

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