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Bunny Candy Cone


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Use soft felt to create an adorable hanging cone for Easter candy treats from The New Image Group. The bunny is simple to assemble with the template. The kids can help craft these felt bunny candy cones.

Easter Bunny Candy Cone


  • 1 9 x 12 Militia Soft Felt Sheet
  • 1 9 x 12 Lavender Soft Felt Sheet
  • 1 9 x 12 White Soft Felt Sheet
  • Scissors
  • Fabric Glue
  • Single Hole Punch
  • 2 3/8" Diameter Google Eyes
  • 30" of 3/8" Grosgrain Ribbon
  • Pencil
  • Chenille Stem
  • Bunny Treat Cone Template (pdf)


  1. Cut out Bunny Treat Cone Template pieces from template.
  2. Arrange template pieces on corresponding felt and cut out:

9 x 12 Militia Soft Felt: Ear Inserts, Nose
9 x 12 Lavender Soft Felt: Bunny Cone
9 x 12 White Soft Felt: Teeth

  1. Mark on the cone with pencil where holes are to be punched.

    Marking Holes
  2. Glue Google Eyes, Nose, and Teeth to Bunny Face.

    Glue Eyes
  3. Cut Chenille Stem into 6" Strip. Fold in Half.
  4. Glue Chenille Stem behind bunny ears and into the cone.

    Glue Chenille Stem
  5. Fold bunny into a cone shape, bringing the cone behind the Bunny Face. Glue into place.

    Glue into Cone Shape
  6. Using single hole punch, punch holes where previously marked. Thread ribbon through holes, knotting the ribbon on the inside of the cone.

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I have never seen a bunny candy cone before! I remember years ago making May baskets by forming a cone out of construction paper, but this felt design is so much better and of course long lasting to pass down to generations for a cute Easter tradition! For extra fun, I could see adding some rac trim or glitter glue in a wavy pattern. This pattern could even be enlarged for a bigger size and be used as a little,purse or carryall bag too! Great project!


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