Easter Candy Craft Ideas with Free Printable Templates

By Joan
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Dressing up your Easter candy with bunny and baby chick craft characters make them a nice decoration around the house, plus an easy gift if you wanted to hand out some Easter treats. 

We have included three different templates and projects for candy that is big and small. 

Full instructions and a video demonstration have been provided so you can make your Easter candies easily at home.

Easter Candy Craft Ideas for Kids

Prepare Your Candy Craft Materials

Aside from loading up on your favorite types of candy, most of what you will need is provided in our free printable.

Click the links below to download: 

If you do not have a printer handy then you can recreate these patterns by drawing directly onto paper. This of course extends the activity with your kids to include some coloring in. 

Glue, tape, scissors is all you need from there. 

Easter Candy Craft Materials

Easter Candy Craft Video Demonstration

Check out the video below for a full walkthrough of the project. This is in a time-lapse format and takes just a few minutes. 

Cutting the templates is the bulk of the preparation and it gets pretty easy from there. But we still encourage you to go through the video so you can see how they all come together.

How to Make an Easter Candy Craft

How to Make Easter Candy Crafts

Here are three ways to decorate your Easter candies with Easter bunnies and baby chicks. Use our free printable template, or just draw your character features and cut to suit. These will make fun Easter gifts for the family that are decorative right up until you rip into the candy underneath.

Prep Time 5 minutes
Active Time 5 minutes
Additional Time 10 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes
Difficulty Easy



Stage 1 - Easter Bunny Chocolate Bar

  1. Step 1 - Cut a length of white bond paper, wrap this around the chocolate bars, and glue in place.
  2. Step 2 - Cut out the bunny body parts and face from the printable template.
  3. Step 3 - Glue the bunny features in place on the bond paper.

Stage 2 - Easter Bunny and Chick Lollipop Holder

  1. Step 1 - Cut out the printable template, and be sure to hollow out the belly area of the bunny as marked. This will allow you to see the flavor of the lollipop candy when completed.
  2. Step 2 - Place the candy end of the lollipop head in the center of the cutout where the feet of the bunny are. Fold the cutout back along the lollipop so it is wrapped on both sides.
  3. Step 3 - Glue in place.

Stage 3 - Bunny Marshmallow Basket

  1. Step 1 - Cut the features of the Easter bunny from the marshmallow packaging template, and paste in place using tape.
  2. Step 2 - Cut the features of the chick from the marshmallow packaging template, and paste in place using tape.

Ready for Decoration!!

Why Make Easter Candy Crafts

If you wanted to go beyond the standard Easter eggs on the day and mix up the type of candy then this will help you do this in minimal time. 

All of the characters will catch the eye of children (so will the candy underneath!) so this makes it a fun activity to do leading up to Easter.

For More Easter Craft Ideas

We have plenty of Easter craft activities that young kids will love.

Check out some of our other projects below: 

Click here to see the full list. 

Final Word

The print and cut nature of this project makes it a quick & easy one to get ready for. 

If you sit down with your kids for half an hour you will have lots of decorative Easter candy ready to wow tha family when they visit. 

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Joan is our creative specialist who puts together our craft projects and video tutorials to help parents engage their children in productive activities. Joan also runs an online arts & crafts store called Papel de Arte.

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