I am loving these adorable¬†Easter Bunny Pudding Cups! They were super easy to make and also they turned out to be super adorable! These are perfect to make for Easter, they were inexpensive and my kids LOVED them.
These¬†Easter Bunny Pudding Cups took only a couple of minutes to make and I love how they turned out and so did my little ones. I’m planning on sending them to school with them when they have their Easter celebration this year.
These pudding cups are super fun and easy to make plus it took almost no time to make. All I used was these vanilla pudding cups, googly eyes, pink colored balls, hot glue, scissors, construction paper and a sharpie. Most of this stuff I already had so that made it even easier to make.
You just turn the pudding cups upside down and start by drawing the mouth, at the top of the mouth add a drop of hot glue then put the ball on. Then put two small dots of glue for the eyes and place your googly eyes on top (be sure to press down pretty hard to be sure they stay in place). Next you’ll want to use your scissors to cut construction paper out in the shape of ears. Once you’ve placed the eyes and cut out the ears, you’ll turn your pudding cup around and draw a line of hot glue, then glue the ears next to each other and let the glue dry. There you have it, some super cute bunnies made out of pudding cups!
My youngest son madden actually carried around one of the pudding cup bunnies all day long and played with it, it was absolutely adorable and I had to snap a pic! Sometimes you end up playing with pudding cups when your big brother and sister are off at school :).
These are super fun Easter Snacks and you can even use the on your tables as some cute decorations. They take very little time to make and they were pretty inexpensive, so if you’re looking for an easy and fun idea for dessert this Easter then give these Easter Pudding Cups a try, you won’t regret it!
Here is what you’ll need:
6 Pack of Vanilla Pudding Cups
Pink Fluffy Craft Balls
A Couple Pages of Pink Construction Paper
Here’s how you’ll put them together:
- Turn each of the pudding cups upside down and drawn on the mouth
- At the top point of the mouth you’ll put a dot of hot glue and use one of the pink fluffy craft balls as the nose
- Put 2 dots of glue above the nose and then add on your googly eyes
- Use your scissors to cut out the ears out of construction paper
- put a line of glue on the back of the pudding cup and place the ears next to each other
- Let the glue dry and enjoy your super fun and cute pudding cups