With this free printable bunny juice box wrap, you can transform a juice box into a cute and healthy treat for kids.
A couple years ago I made some Easter Bunny juice boxes as a birthday treat for my son’s class. I posted a couple pictures on Pinterest and they have been making the rounds, so I thought that I would add a little tutorial to go with the photos.
To make your own bunny juice boxes you’ll want to first head on over to my TPT store where you can download the printable wrap and ears for free. I printed the wrap on plain white paper and I printed the ears on cardstock so that they would be a little bit sturdier.
Additional supplies that you will need include juice boxes, cotton balls for tails, a glue gun or glue dots, and tape.
I used Minute Maid juice boxes. If you use a different brand of juice box, you might have to do a little bit of trimming, but they should work for a variety of sized boxes. The wraps print two per page. I simply cut the page in half lengthwise and taped it to the side of the box as shown above. Note, I did pull the straws off the juice boxes before wrapping them. The straws can be taped back on at the end if you like.
I continued to wrap the paper around the box and taped down the other side.
Next, I cut out ears and hot glued two ears to the back of the box.
Finally, I hot glued a cotton ball to the back of the juice box for the tail. Cuteness! To see more ideas for Easter, check out my Easter board on Pinterest.
You may also be interested in some of my spring-themed products in my store.