Bunny Cups {free printable}

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I’m am so excited to have you here this lovely Monday morning. To all of you who are new here, WELCOME! I’m so glad you have found yourself here…if you want to follow along and keep up with Kiki and Company and all of my free printables, make sure to like my Facebook page and subscribe to my blog via email (over on sidebar). I love having new company around.

Today we are kicking off my free Easter printables this year with a fun cupcake wrapper, candy cup holder, etc. It has so many uses, but let’s first take a look at them:

Aren’t they all so sweet?! This is perfect for a kid’s table at Easter, parties at school or class at church.

I used these as a sort of name card for the kid’s table. You could fill it with some treats, or little toys to keep their hands busy, or add some crayons to it for each of the kids.

However you use them, they are cute, festive and best of all FREE!

You can pick up the free Bunny Cups HERE.

You also need to run over to Tatertots and Jello this morning to pick up this awesome free printable game book, Bunny Games:

I hope you have the BEST Easter ever! Thanks for stopping by.

Check out other Kiki and Company Easter printables by clicking HERE.

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7 Responses to “Bunny Cups {free printable}”

  1. Patty Brown

    Thanks for the great Easter ideas!!

  2. JB Maryn

    These bunny cup printables are adorable. Thank you for sharing!!! Will be putting these to good use.

  3. Mary Jo

    Thank you for the bunny cups – they are adorable!!

  4. Jodi

    Just wanted to say thanks! Used them around applesauce cups for my son’s class. Cute!


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