Mama Sonshine

thoughts from a mother of boys, a wife, a scientist and an artist

Easter Bunny Juice Boxes for a Preschool Easter Party

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Ian has his Easter party at school today.
So what do I volunteer to bring?
Juice boxes of course because I can make them look like super cute little bunnies.
I found these Hansen’s Junior Juice
boxes and thought the would be perfect because there are just 4.23 oz, a perfect size for little 4 & 5 year olds.

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I used my Silhouette Cameo to cut out all the parts for the bunny.

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I was grateful that I had two mats!  I could load another one to cut, while I was taking all these little parts off.
I then just glued them all together and wrapped around the boxes.

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I made 20 boxes and was able to use one 12×12″ sheet of pink card stock, scrap pieces of black and 7 sheets of 8.5×11″ white card stock. I also had the googly eyes, so I only had to buy the juice boxes, which I got 20 for less than $7.

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I also broke out my Cameo to make a letter matching egg game. I got the eggs 18/$1 and I already had the vinyl. I cut out an upper case and a lower case letter, and put them on different colored eggs.

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I put the upper case on the top half and lower case on the bottom half. The kids then would match the two letter s together.

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We also had the kids make rabbit masks to hold up for a group picture.

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You need a paper plate, card stock for the ears (white and pink), pipe cleaners for the whiskers and craft sticks for a handle.

We cut out the center of the plate, made a template for the ears and let the kids cut the ears and glue them together.

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They turned really cute and we were able to get a great group picture.

Happy Easter

 

 

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