How to Make Easter Jars & FREE Bunny Gift Tags
Who needs an Easter basket when you can make Easter basket jars! They are so fun to make and the jars can be used in other ways all year long. Add these adorable Free printable bunny gift tags to your jars for an Easter Bunny approved gift.
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A tisket, a tasket, a green and yellow basket …
What the heck is a tisket and for that matter, what’s a tasket?
Beats me but I do know that this year instead of the Easter Bunny filling our baskets with treats, he’ll be leaving Easter basket jars.
Large glass jars are perfect for filling up with treasures and make great storage in the kitchen or bathroom once the candy is devoured.
Decide the size of your glass jar. I used these large jars that are perfect for displaying a big chocolate bunny.
Smaller jars or mason jars (vintage or new) would be perfect as place settings or as little gifts.
Add some Easter grass or shredded paper, your favorite candy or little gifts, tie it up with a festive ribbon and add this cute FREE BUNNY GIFT TAG and you’ll be the apple of some bunny’s eye.
How cute is this little guy holding a big yellow daffodil.
These gift tags would also make adorable place settings so print out a few and set a festive spring table.
This jar is tiskets and taskets over any Easter basket.
I know any bunny would love this!
P.S. My girls are adults but I still have fun making them Easter jars/baskets. No longer filled with loads of candy, I like to put in little beauty products like masks and lip gloss, gift cards, scratch off lottery tickets, cash (stuffed in colorful plastic eggs) and spring clothes.
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I love this idea! If I can get the supplies, I am going to try to make one of these for each of my homeroom students to have on their desks tomorrow. I’ll use a plastic cup instead of a glass jar. Thanks for the idea!
Darling Easter jars!!
I wouldn’t mind if the Easter bunny left me this unusual take on the Easter basket.
Kelly, I like this idea. I had to laugh at the tisket, tasket comment
Super, super cute Kelly!!!!…Love it…great idea!…Oh I have that song in my head now!
Now that’s adorable and thanks for wonderfully cute tag. Will be using it for grand daughters baskets.
Great idea using jars instead of baskets. The jar will be a gift also. You’ve sure inspired me Kelly so glad you shared this idea. Going to make jars for gd’s. Hope your Easter is special for you and yours.
sweet idea Karen!!!
I love this idea so sweet. Also what a nice gift for teen or adult easter gifts. Im sure your girls will love this! I just have to say that bunny tag is so adorable. I think I meed to make my sister and her husband one of these. She prefers glass jars for storage i her kitchen. How perfect! Thanks for sharing!
Who doesn’t love a jar filled with gifts Marsha! I don’t think my girls will ever tire of these! Hope your sister likes hers!
Kelly, this is such an amazing idea! I’m going to save it so I can remember for next year! I just love it. Thank you for sharing! 🐰
It’s a fun take on the expected basket Lisa! Hope the Easter bunny leaves you a giant chocolate bunny!
Cute as a button of course! Plan to make a few for my friends! Thanks for sharing.
How fun Kathy – better hop to it!