This free printable Letter from the Easter Bunny is another addition to my Free Easter Printables for this year, and is perfect for placing inside an Easter basket!
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Letter From The Easter Bunny
If the Easter Bunny is visiting your home to leave treats for your kiddos, make sure that he doesn’t forget to include a letter to wish them a “Hoppy” Easter!
I’ve had a lot of requests to make a letter from the Easter Bunny, so here it is!
The letter reads:
Hi! It’s me, the Easter Bunny and I’ve jumped on by to wish you a very HOPPY EASTER!
I hope you are egg-stremely egg-cited for the Easter treats left for you!
I’m sure you can’t wait to eat your candy and chocolate, but don’t gobble it all up at once! Remember to eat your carrots (and other vegetables and fruits) like I do!
I hope you have a lovely Easter, and I’ll be back again next year!
Bunny Kisses & Easter Wishes
The Easter Bunny
I’ve tried to keep the letter as neutral and non-specific as possible – for example, no mentioning of whether the receiver has been a good kid, or specifics about what they have received. Although, I hope that their Easter treat includes candy or chocolate!
I haven’t left space for name personalisation, simply because I figured hand-writing in a name would ruin the illusion of it being from the Easter Bunny!
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There isn’t too much more to say about this free printable, so please go ahead and download the letter from the Easter Bunny below! As always I’ve got two paper sizes: A4, and US Letter.
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