These DIY bunny juice boxes from Poppy & Blush make an adorable addition to your Easter party table. March your hares down your table in a perfect Easter parade or line them up to greet your guests with their grinning litttle faces.


Time: About an hour for 8

Level of difficulty: Easy



  • Kraft paper
  • Pink paper (not shown)
  • 8 juice boxes (not shown)
  • Black fine-point marker
  • Pink colored pencil
  • Pencil with eraser
  • Hole punch
  • Glue
  • Scissors
  • Small cotton ball or pom-pom from a crafts store (not shown)


Step 1: Using your pencil, draw a set of paws and ears on your kraft paper, adding tabs to the ears so they can be glued onto the juice boxes. Cut the first set out and trace around them to make 8 sets of paws and ears.


Step 2: Cut paw pads and ear interiors from your pink paper, making them slightly smaller than your paw and ear shapes. Trace around them to create 8 sets each.


Step 3: Using a hole punch, punch out three pink circles per paw, or 48 circles in total. These will be the paws’ toe pads.


Step 4: Glue the ear interiors on the ears and the paw and toe pads onto the paws.


Step 5: Wrap a piece of kraft paper around a juice box, leaving about an inch extra for gluing. Mark where to cut the paper with your pencil. Then line the paper up with the bottom of the box and mark where to cut at the top, keeping in mind that only the sides will be covered. Cut the piece out, then cut out 7 more pieces the same size. Using your black marker and pink pencil, draw a simple bunny face on each one.


Step 6: Glue the bunny ears on each juice box.


Step 7: Glue the bunny faces on each box.


Step 8: Glue the paws on.


Step 9: Glue a small cotton ball or pom-pom on the back of each box as the tail.

Want to invite little buddies over for little bunnies? Send out this Evite invitation or one of our other Easter invitations:

Easter Egg Hunt Evite invitation

Next: Check out Poppy & Blush’s entire egg hunt party spread and their egg hunt party ideas.