Easter season is approaching. It’s a time to reflect on the incredible grace that Jesus gave us believers, and a time to indulge in some Easter candy.
I love handing out Easter treat bags to my children’s teachers at school and at church. It’s just something little that tells them they are special.
I have even enclosed a piece of Scripture in the baggie along with the candy.
This is a simple activity that the children can do by themselves. I think it’s important to teach our children to appreciate their friends, family, and mentors by giving simple gestures.
So, I created two Easter treat bag toppers this year and would love to share them with you. You can either use a sandwich or snack baggie.
I usually have the kiddos pick out the candy they would like to put in the snack bags to make it a little more personal for their loved ones.
M&M’s with a little green grass look cute. You can even put little toys in the bags, too.
My son likes to put those marshmallow candies in his bags. It’s not my favorite, but it looks festive for the occasion.
I prefer to put these cute little DIY chocolate bunnies in them.
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What’s your favorite candy to put in the baggies with the Easter treat bags toppers?