Some Bunny Loves You–Easter Printables

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I went a little crazy coming up with some new Easter gift ideas and Easter Printable This Easter idea is pretty simple. I wanted to try to get away from candy and use something that is a *little* healthier.


This Easter gift also is nice because it can be used for those with gluten intolerances.  Annie’s makes bunny crackers and fruit snacks that are gluten free, so it is nice to have something you can give to someone who has issues with that…like myself.


These are so simple. All you need to do to make them is print out the little tags, which I am sharing with you today. I picked up these individual serving packages of Annie’s bunnies at Costco but you can also find them on Amazon here:

Annie’s Bunny Snack Variety Pack (8 Chocolate Chips Bunny Grahams, 8 Chocolate Bunny Grahams, 8 Honey Bunny Grahams, 12 Cheddar Bunnies Crackers) a total of 36-1oz bags


If you would like to download the Some Bunny Loves You Printable Tags, click on the link below:

{Some Bunny Loves You Tags}
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You can give these to your friends, teachers, Sunday School class or pop one in an Easter Basket.



  1. Jennifer says

    Last time I checked those bunny crackers are NOT gluten free. I used to buy those crackers for my kids before we went gluten free, but not anymore :( Annie’s does make some gluten free vanilla and chocolate bunny snacks, but they aren’t available at Costco as far as I know. They do make some gluten free bunny snacks that would work equally as well for this project, though.

    • says

      Good to know! I know the ones in the box are gluten free and so I just assumed these would be too. Thanks for clarifying that. Don’t want anyone to eat them that can’t have gluten. Yes! The fruit snacks are a great alternative.

  2. Amy says

    These are SO SO cute and, best of all, EASY!!!!! EASY and CUTE is the best!!!!! Thank you so much!!!!

  3. says

    What a cute printable! I love these because it’s so simple. Will probably use as a snack in my kiddos lunchboxes leading up to Easter. Thanks for sharing.


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