Use these Easter Egg Treat Pouch Printables to make the cutest little gifts for your kids or students. Such a quick, easy, and inexpensive gift!
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Is there anything sweeter than this little pastel colored pouch? Literally and figuratively! They’re the perfect little gift for your classroom or church group.
Plus they’re super easy and inexpensive to make. Let’s get started!
To make this Easter Egg Treat Pouch, you’re going to need to download the free color printable from OnlineLabels.com. I also have a coloring page version you can grab below.
Their large oval labels are absolutely perfect for this project. They’re a great option if you’re needing to make more than a couple of these!
Cut out the center section from one side and adhere to a small oval of food-safe clear plastic. I just cut up a sandwich baggie for mine!
Make sure to make the clear oval slightly larger than the inside oval but not so large that it goes all the way out to edge. Leaving some of the adhesive exposed makes it much easier to affix the two sides together.
Once the clear plastic is in place, line up the two sides and seal shut. Don’t forget to leave a small opening for filling.
Slip in small treat (I used pastel M&M’s) and then seal shut!
Easter Egg Treat Pouch Coloring Page
If you don’t have access to a color printer, the coloring page version is for you! It’s also a great option if you want to use this as a kids’ activity.
You can print it out on plain paper and have kids color in the fun shapes. To assemble, just trim excess and use tape or glue to adhere shut.
Such a fun and inexpensive project to make with kids!
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Hope you enjoy making this Easter Egg Treat Pouch for or with your kids! If you’re looking for something a little larger, check out my Mini Bunny Easter Baskets. They’re the perfect size for little treats!
Don’t forget to pin for later!
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