This Easter, we are serving these bunny cups with homemade lemonade for our kids — and we just had to share them with you!
Talk about the cutest way to sweeten up your Easter brunch table! The best part is that the kids can help you make them ahead of time! This is also a fun ideas for a class to make to hold goodies in during a school party!
How to Make Easter Bunny Cups
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- White paper cups
- Large googly eyes
- White foam craft sheet
- Pink foam craft sheet
- Small pink pom poms
- Cotton balls
- Permanent marker
- Hot glue gun (or sugar glue and clothes pins)
Edible Sugar Glue Ingredients:
- 1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour
- 1/2 cup Imperial Sugar Extra Fine Granulated Sugar
- 1 teaspoon vegetable oil
- 1 1/2 cups water
- 1 1/2 cups Imperial Sugar Extra Fine Granulated Sugar
- 2 cups freshly squeezed lemon juice (about 10 large lemons)
- 6 cups cold water
How To Make Bunny Cups With Easy Homemade Lemonade Recipe
- Make the sugar glue. Mix flour, sugar, water, and oil in a pot, and stir over low heat until well-combined and smooth in texture. Let cool.
- Cut the white foam craft sheet into the shape of ears. You’ll need two for each bunny cup you plan to make.
- Trace your white ears onto the pink foam craft sheet. Use the scissors to cut inside the line so that the pink sections are just smaller than the large white ones.
- Glue one pink piece on top of a white piece to create your bunny ears. Attach the completed ears to the back of your white paper cup. If using sugar glue, you can use clothespins to hold the pieces in place while they dry.
- Glue the eyes onto the front.
- Glue the pink pom-pom directly beneath the eyes to create the nose.
- Use the permanent marker to draw a mouth onto your bunny, just below the nose.
- Glue the cotton ball to the back of the cup, then fluff it a bit to make it super cute!
- Combine all the lemonade ingredients into a pitcher, mix well and serve cold in your new bunny cups!
Spring Break Idea For Kids
Looking for a fun way to use this craft after Easter has passed, while the kids are on spring break? Make another batch of bunny cups and homemade lemonade and help your kids host a “Welcome Spring” lemonade stand! Turn it into a math lesson and let them herlp with making change for customers, and then after, teach them how to budget their profits into savings, tax, and charity. Even better, donate all the proceeds to a charity of their choice! They are never too young to help others.
If your child’s spring break has already passed, this is still a fun weekend activity.
You can also use your homemade lemonade to make popsicles!
More Easter Crafts
These awesome Easter tutorials also feature our favorite ingredient — Imperial Sugar!
What’s your favorite Easter craft or treat? Comment below!