Make an Easter bunny menu card

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Add a touch of elegance to the dinner table this Easter with hand-crafted menus.

Materials Needed:

  • Cardstock and A4 (or letter) paper
  • Template of a bunny silhouette (find one on the Internet you like)
  • Pencil
  • Scissors
  • White carnation
  • Small piece of greenery (optional)
  • White ribbon (optional)
  • Printed menu items
  • Glue stick
  • Hole punch
  • Optional, but super helpful: Cricut machine


  1. Prepare the Template and Cardstock:
    • Print out or draw a bunny silhouette on a piece of paper.
    • Place your bunny template on the cardstock and trace around it with a pencil. Use scissors to carefully cut out the bunny silhouette from the cardstock.
    • If you have a Cricut machine, you can simply upload a template and the machine will cut out your bunny for you.
  2. Prepare the Menu:
    • Type out your Easter menu on a computer, using a font and size that fits well on the body of the bunny silhouette.
    • Print the menu onto another piece of paper. Place the bunny template on top and cut out a bunny shape (the menu should be centred in the bunny shape).
  3. Attach the Menu:
    • Use a glue stick to adhere the menu onto the cardboard bunny silhouette.
  4. Create the Carnation Tail:
    • If your carnation has a long stem, trim it so that just enough stem remains to secure it to the bunny.
    • Use a hole punch to make a small hole in the location where the tail should be.
    • Thread the stem through the hole and secure it on the back with tape.
  5. Add Decorative Elements:
    • If you’d like, you can tie a small white ribbon in a bow around the neck of the bunny cutout or add a piece of greenery next to the carnation tail to mimic leaves.
  6. Presentation:
    • Set each place at your Easter dining table with a plate and a bunny menu card.
    • The white carnation tail will add a touch of elegance and a 3D effect to your tablescape, making it a delightful addition to your Easter celebration.

Note: If you want to use fresh flowers, prepare the bunny menu cards on the day of your Easter event to ensure the carnation looks its best. If you’d like a more lasting menu card, you can opt for high-quality artificial flowers instead.

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