Pin it here! Click the photo below or use this link to save the file. Free Stickers Printable Once the new window opens, drag the photo to your computer or right click to save. Then open it, and use it in your Sihouette or Cricut software to […]
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If you have a class or group to make Easter treats for, make them mini baskets using Solo cups!
Here is how to make them:
9 Oz. Clear SOLO Party Cups
Wired ribbon or wired twine (shown)
How to make mini treat baskets:
Punch holes in each side of the top of each cup. Cut about 5-6 inches or wired ribbon or twine, push the ribbon or twine from the inside to the outside of the cup in each hole, and knot to secure. Make sure your hole is small enough so that a knot will keep it from coming back through.
Cut out the printable bunny ears and labels (if desired) — they are sized to fit perfectly into 9 oz. clear SOLO party cups. Use cute bunny stickers to decorate or add labels to the front with names. I used a chalkboard label sticker in the photo, but you can also cut out the labels in this printable, add names, and tape them to the inside of the cups.
Fill with green Easter grass (ours is made of recycled paper,) and treats – mini wrapped candies and fun things from the party supply store work perfectly for these!
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Have you ever worked with wire and beads before? Tell me about it in the comments!
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Have you tried this? Tell me about it in the comments!
Little kids love to find little spaces where they can get some quiet time. Maybe it is just something about being so small in such a big world…it is nice to have a small space they are completely in control of. Might be a little […]