Tutorial + How-to Easter Bunny Candy Holder from a Toilet Paper Roll

Published on March 22nd, 2013 | by Bonnie Getchell


How To: Recycled Easter Bunny Candy Holder

How To: Recycled Easter Bunny Candy Holder

I came across these adorable toilet paper roll bunnies on Pinterest and they inspired me to make an eco-friendly alternative to the average plastic Easter egg. Rather than putting your child’s Easter candy in a wasteful plastic egg, consider making a recycled Easter bunny candy holder instead!

What You Will Need:

1. A toilet paper roll

2. Book pages or other recycled paper

3. Tape

4. Crayons and/or markers

How To Do It:

1. Tape the beginning of your book page to your toilet paper roll (just like I did with the Toilet Paper Roll Valentine). Then, wrap the book page around the rest of the roll and tape it again. It should look like this now:

How To: Recycled Easter Bunny Candy Holder

2. Tuck one end of the book page into the toilet paper roll and tape it like so:

How To: Recycled Easter Bunny Candy Holder

Remember, it doesn’t have to be perfect! (Side note: Don’t use a book page from a mystery novel or you might find the phrase “cold-blooded-murder” at the bottom of your innocent bunny!)

3. Insert your candy.

4. Tuck the other end of the book page into the toilet paper roll and tape it.

How To: Recycled Easter Bunny Candy Holder

5. Draw and color bunny ears. Then, tape or glue the ears to the toilet paper roll.

How To: Recycled Easter Bunny Candy Holder

6. With your crayons and/or markers, draw the bunny’s face onto the book page.

How To: Recycled Easter Bunny Candy Holder

Now you have a beautiful bunny for your child’s eco-friendly Easter basket! You could even make a bunny family! This craft would also be perfect as favors at an Easter get-together! What would you use them for? Share your ideas with us!

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Hello! I'm Bonnie -- a craft nerd, musician, writer, furniture and vintage lover, crafter, and diyer! If you would like to learn more about me, I also have my own blog, Revolutionaries, where I write about more craft projects, furniture redos, and my faith! You can also find me on , Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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  3. Leah Perry says:

    Would this work for pencils, pens, etc.? I’m looking for diy projects for back-to-school locker ideas, it this wouldn’t work do you by any chance know any good back-to-school diy projects? Thanks 🙂

    • Julie Finn says:

      I think this would be a little light for a pencil holder. I’d suggest going with an aluminum can covered in something cute, with a super strong magnet on the back.

      And I will totally get on that back-to-school DIY round-up for you! Look for it next week!

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