Easter is around the corner and it’s time to start planning Ester parties and family get-togethers. However no Easter party is the same without an Easter Egg Hunt? Thus today we bring you our cute DIY Easter Bunny Bags tutorial and free SVG, PNG Files to create your very own Easter Hunt, Easter Bunny Bags to fill with candy on Easter Sunday.
Additionally its a great way to get the older kids involved and set up the Easter egg hunt, plus also help the younger kids solve all the clues.
Follow these step-by-step instructions on how to make this fun Easter Bunny bag with HTV with Cricut or Silhouette. Its a cute and fun idea for a holiday party and goody bag treats, which are a fun alternative to Easter baskets. Also check out our cute Easter Hunt Print and Cut Stickers to set your Easter Egg Scavenger Hunt.
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What You Will Find Here
How To Make Easter Bunny Bags
Upload Your Easter Bunny SVG Template To Cricut Design Space
To upload your design for the Easter Bag to design Space, click on the zip file and open the file In Design Space by clicking upload and choosing the SVG File. For help on uploading to design space see this article. To personalise your bag simply add a name from the font menu of the left hand side.
Measure Your Treat Bags And Size You Egg Hunt Bunny Accordingly
Measure your drawstring bag and size you SVG using the guides on design space, now mirror the image before sending to cut. I was cutting 3 bunnies in 3 different colours, but coloured them all black so I could cut them all on the same mat.
Cut Your HTV For Your DIY Easter Bunny Bags
To avoid wastage cut your HTV slightly bigger than you need, about 1cm wider than the size of the file. Place the HTV on the cutting mat shiny side down so you are cutting into the back of the vinyl, using a brayer to adhere the vinyl to the mat.
Next go to the design space preview page and ensure your SVGs are positioned where you have placed the vinyl on the cutting mat.
To do this click edit mat and move the images. You can see in the images above and below that I was able to fit the vinyl on one mat which saved time. Once cut weed your project ready to heat press onto the canvas bags.
Heat Press The HTV Bunnies Onto The Canvas Bag
I used the HTVRont Auto Heat Press, I set the heat to 315°f for 20 seconds, once ready I positioned all 3 bags onto the press so the cord was not on the plate but over the side and pressed go.
Once heat pressed, allow to cool and remove the backing to reveal the bunny design.
Add The Pom Pom Tails
Allow the HTV to cool and and use superglue to glue on pop pom tails, let the glue dry and you are ready to go.
Things To Hide On An Easter Scavenger Hunt
- Chocolate Eggs
- Glow Sticks
- Plastic Eggs For Easter Crafts
- Golden Eggs
- Stickers With The Childs Name On
- Decorated Easter Egg
- Easter Crafts
- Easter Stickers
How To Get Your Easy Bunny SVG SVG/PNG Files
Click here or on the image below to get your free Easter Bunny SVG/png files from our shop, you won’t get a physical product just a single zip file the following file formats inside, SVG and PNG files with a transparent background, to download and follow these instructions to add to Cricut Design Space.
You can use for personal use or see my commercial license page for more info on making products to sell. These files can also be uploaded to Brother Cut N Scan, Silhouette Designer Edition and the free Software version of silhouette.
Tips And Advice For Using Your Download For Cricut
- Cricut Design Space Guide
- How To Slice And Weld In Cricut Design Space
- How to upload to Cricut Design Space
- Using Iron On Vinyl
- Where Else To Get Free SVG Files
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