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Easter Bunny Milk Bottles

Nothing goes better with chocolate bunnies and Easter cookies quite like a cold glass of milk. For a fun surprise for the little ones, jazz up their glass of milk with just a few simple steps! 


How cute are these milk bunnies? The white of the milk really lends itself to be a cute little bunny bottle, and they go perfectly with all of your favorite Easter sweets. The best part is that they take very little time to make, and can actually be a hands-on crafts the kiddos can help you with! Just be careful of the hot glue gun.

These would also be really cute to fill with juice, soda or any other beverage for your Easter celebration. I paired mine with Easter cookies from Cheryl's, and they complemented the buttercream-frostes cookies amazingly. Check out the easy tutorial below, and make these adorable bunny bottles for your Easter Sunday!

 

 

 

Supplies
  • Glass milk bottles
  • Striped straws
  • Pink construction paper
  • Glue stick
  • Felt Easter bunny stickers
  • Cotton balls
Directions

Step 1: Make sure your glass bottles are nice and clean, and completely dry.

Step 2: Cut an oval shape in the pink construction paper to make the "belly" of the bunny. Repeat with all the bottles.

Step 3: Stick the felt bunny sticker to your straw. It should stick perfectly fine since it's a sticker, but if you need extra adhesive, use a glue stick or hot glue gun.

Step 4: Glue your bellies to the bottles using your glue stick. 

Step 5: Once those are dry, glue cotton balls to the back using your glue stick. These will be the tails, so keep them low on the bottle.

Step 6: Fill with milk, stick in your bunny straw and enjoy with your Easter cookies! 

 

More Tasty Easter Treats to go with Your Milk:

Solid Milk Chocolate Bunny Bundle from Fannie May

Cookie Easter Gifts from Cheryl's

Easter Egg Shaped Mini Brownie Cakes from 1-800 Baskets

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