Free printables for a child’s Easter table

    Posted by  ·  March 25, 2009

    Last year I posted printables for a napkin ring and egg holder.


    Bunny Egg Holder Instructions


    Bunny Napkin Ring Instructions

    This year I am adding a bunny topper for a treat bag.  All bunnies fasten together with a stapler (to look like their claws).


    I have changed the look slightly of this set so you might want to download the new files from this post.

    Bunny Egg Holder

    Bunny Napkin Ring

    Bunny Treat Bag Topper


    For the Bunny Treat Bag Topper print on card-stock, score on dotted line, fold, cut out and then staple bag in between the paws. I am thinking these would also be cute fastened to a paper bag with embellishments for the tummy and tail.


    You might be interested in printable lollipops and butterflies for spring.  They make great favors.

    Check out this idea for the adul’t table – From my nest to yours

    I don’t say it near often enough but, Thanks for reading my blog! 


    1. Tina Najera
      Sunday, February 16th, 2014
      Hi! Greetings from California. Thank you for sharing your terrific paper craft ideas. I will use your butterflies as special thank you treats. Again, thank you.
    2. Tina Najera
      Sunday, February 16th, 2014
      Hi! Greetings from California. Thank you for sharing you terrific paper craft ideas. I will use your butterflies as special thank you treats. Again, thank you.
    3. DianeMargaret Miller
      Wednesday, October 24th, 2012
      I was think they would be cute with a cotton ball glued to the back of the bag!!!
      I, also, had concerns about my daughter's toddler group and all those staples!
      I think I'll just use double-stick dots to apply them and DRAW the paws on. But I think the idea of the staples for the paws is super cute and shows a lot of creativity!!!
    4. Terah Webster
      Monday, April 2nd, 2012
      Love the bunny treat holder toppers, however, I'm a little concerned
      about using the staples - showing 6 - 3 per paw - for 4-5 year old s.

      Thanks for sharing.
    5. Sarah Fitzgerald
      Thursday, March 29th, 2012
      These are gorgeous. I plan to use the rabbit earsfor treat bags for my daughter's school friends who can't make it to our Easter egg hunt.
      • Friday, March 30th, 2012
        Oh I am so glad you like them!
    6. christy
      Monday, February 20th, 2012
      just printed the Bunny bag toppers for my Grandson's bags for his daycare. Thanks so much for sharing this. So cute!!!!
    7. karen
      Friday, February 17th, 2012
      I did these last Easter but put the bunny's head on a bag with a Hostess snowball and brown bunny head with the brown cupcakes in the bag. Kids loved it.
    8. Saturday, April 23rd, 2011
      So cute!! I just made for my primary class at church & linked back to you! Thank you for the free printable!!! They turned out adorable!!

      Sweet Peas and Bumblebees
    9. Tuesday, April 5th, 2011
      Thank you
      it's perfect for the kinds!
    10. fossilmommy
      Thursday, April 1st, 2010
      Thanks so much for the bunny things. I will be making them to give to seniors and shut ins. The small bags are just enough for a treat and the egg holder can hold a special surprise....may your generosity bring you blessings from all that you have helped to enjoy.
    11. Tuesday, March 30th, 2010
      Thank you so much for the printables! We have had so much fun with these. Thanks again. Happy Easter.
    12. tchrtiff
      Wednesday, March 24th, 2010
      so very cute! Thanks for sharing the downloads! I'm printing out the bunny napkin ring and lollipop lily for my daughter and her friend to do this afternoon.
    13. Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010
      Thanks for these beautiful ideas and patterns! Kisses. Karina
    14. Silvelaine
      Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010
      Parece tão simples que até uma criança faria. tem coisa mais gostosa de se presentear? Quando criança, eu adorava fazer trabalhos manuais e ainda gosto muito disso!
    15. Sunday, April 5th, 2009
      How crazy cute??! thanks for sharing. I posted a link on my edible crafts column at, too. (
    16. Wednesday, March 25th, 2009
      The egg holder brings back memorites. When I was in first grade, our teacher had us make something very similiar to this, only we turned them into Easter baskets.

      If your readers want to do this, they can cut a strip of the same paper that is long enough to go from one side of the "basket" to the other and attach it. Then fill it with Easter straw and candy.

      My mom and several other ladies at my church liked the idea so much, they ended up making the same baskets for the kids' Sunday School classes as well.
    17. Wednesday, March 25th, 2009
      Those are so cute! I may have to follow your lea and use these too. Thanks for sharing.
    18. Wednesday, March 25th, 2009
      This is sooo adorable!! Why haven't I think of this before I make my Easter printable?

      Thank you for your generosity!
    19. Wednesday, March 25th, 2009
      i love the treat bag topper...very cute!
    20. Wednesday, March 25th, 2009
      You are simply amazing! I love every single post!
    21. Wednesday, March 25th, 2009
      Thank you for these printables, they are adorable. Can't wait to use them with my kids! :)
    22. Wednesday, March 25th, 2009
      Those treat bag toppers are perfect! I will maek some soon. Thanks!
    23. Wednesday, March 25th, 2009
      i love spring and Easter stuff....we make something like this every year! VERY cute!
    24. Wednesday, March 25th, 2009
      so cute, love these cut outs!
    25. Wednesday, March 25th, 2009
      Very cute. If I have time, I'll post this at my preschool blog.
    26. Wednesday, March 25th, 2009
      Oh, these are so cute....definitely on my to do list! Thanks!