New Zealand's Top Mummy Blogger Easter DIY

DIY: Easter Bunny Treat Cups + Happy Birthday Spotlight Giveaway #3

New Zealand's Top Mummy Blogger Easter DIY

Happy 20th Birthday Spotlight!  This month Spotlight celebrates 20 years in New Zealand with in-store parties this Saturday, March 12th at all Spotlight NZ stores.  Visit your local for huge discounts, giveaways, games & even birthday cake at 1pm in each store!

Here at The Best Nest we are doing a spot of celebrating ourselves, with three days of Easter themed DIY’s, all shopable at Spotlight, plus there is a $100 Spotlight Gift card to be won each day!

Down to the business end of our Spotlight birthday series You can catch up on Post #1 here and Post #2 here – make sure you have entered EACH day’s giveaway!)

There are so many cute and creative ways to gift Easter Eggs but if I’m going to make something myself, it’s got to be super easy lol.  These little Bunny Bum Cups work really well and are quick to put together.

DIY: Easter Bunny Treat Cups

New Zealand's Top Mummy Blogger Easter DIY

You will need:

Instructions:

  • Glue pom pom on to foam balls for bunny tails
  • Cut bunny paws out of white felt
  • Cut bunny toes etc out of pink felt and glue onto white paws.  Then glue completed paws onto foam balls.
  • Stuff tumblers with shredded paper and Easter treats

Enjoy!  Happy Easter! (Don’t forget to scroll down to enter the Spotlight Birthday Sweepstake!)

New Zealand's Top Mummy Blogger Easter DIY New Zealand's Top Mummy Blogger Easter DIY

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Melissa

I live in rural Auckland, New Zealand. Two boys, one big, one not so big and 2 boy dogs belong to me and I them. I love Coca Cola in all of its sugar-less forms and I love you internet. I take way too many pictures of my kids and collect them all here. This is what I am doing when I should be cleaning or cooking or doing other 'useful' things.

2 thoughts on “DIY: Easter Bunny Treat Cups + Happy Birthday Spotlight Giveaway #3”

  1. Oooh such an awesome article! I can use some ideas for the annual treasure hunt for the kids this year!! Thanks Melissa!!

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