We are so excited for Easter! As soon as I saw the first package of PEEPS candy in the store, I picked up a few boxes and brought them home for crafting and snacking! My boys love PEEPS. But, my niece doesn’t really enjoy them. She was a little disappointed when I told her we were playing with PEEPS for this art project. But, once we got started on our PEEPS Stamp Easter Bunny Art Project, she decided she liked PEEPS after all. And, we had a great time crafting. Let’s get started on this fun Easter craft.
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PEEPS Stamp Easter Bunny Art Project
- 1 piece of white cardstock paper.
- Pink and yellow paint.
- PEEPS Candy.
- Optional – Paint brush and paper plate.
This was so much fun to make, and it turned out so cute! You could even use this project to create gift tags for friends and neighbors. Just write you are some of my favorite PEEPS above or below the stamped painting. Then, add a little ribbon and attach to a package of PEEPS for a fun and inexpensive treat for your favorite peeps!
Begin this fun project by opening a package of bunny shaped PEEPS candies and separating two or three into individual bunnies.
Add a small amount of paint to a paper plate.
Now, dip the PEEPS bunnies into the paint, or add paint to them with a paint brush.
Next, stamp the paint dipped PEEPS candies onto cardstock. Construction paper didn’t work well for this project, but a heavier weight paper was perfect.
Finally, once the paint has dried, trim the paper into a long strip of painted bunnies. You could also laminate or cover the paper with packing tape and make a fun seasonal book mark.
That’s it! I hope you enjoyed making this deliciously fun PEEPS Stamp Easter Bunny Art Project!