Bunny & Chick Juice Boxes

Have an Easter classroom party coming up?

These adorable juice boxes are easy to make and will brighten up your party table. They make for really adorable pictures, too!

All you need is:

Construction Paper (Yellow and White)

Orange Foam Pieces

Google Eyes

Sharpie Markers (Black and Pink)

Scotch Tape

 

Our Momee Tip: Before you start making the juice boxes… Remember to leave the straw hole uncovered so that the children can still drink from the juice box.

 

DIRECTIONS:

 

For the Chick Juice Box:

Use yellow construction paper and wrap the juice box (I used capri suns). Remember the Momee Tip of leaving the straw hole uncovered.

When you wrap the juice box scotch tape the construction paper to the juice box.

Cut the orange foam pieces and make 2 feet and 1 beak.

 

Then glue the eyes and orange foam pieces (beak and feet). I added a small piece of yellow construction paper to the top of head to look like small feathers. I love how these came out. THEY ARE SO CUTE!

 

For the Bunny:

Use white construction paper and wrap the juice box (I used capri suns). Remember the Momee Tip of leaving the straw hole uncovered.

When you wrap the juice box scotch tape the construction paper to the juice box. Make a set of Ears out of the White Construction Paper!

 

 

I scotch taped the ears to the top of the Bunny’s head and then I glued the google eyes and added the features of the bunnies face with the Sharpie Markers.

 

Aren’t they adorable?

 

 

 

You can see this craft along with other adorable ideas featured on News 12 Long Island on March 23rd when it airs on the morning show with fellow Momee Friend, Elizabeth Hashagen!

News 12 Link —-> HERE

   

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