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Free Easter Printable Bunny Box Templates For Fun Easter treats!

Surprise someone with these Free Easter Printable bunny boxes, with adorable contrasting liners! Fill these cuties with treats or small toys for a one-of-a-kind Easter gift!


free easter printable bunny box

Hippity Hoppity Easter is on the way! Spring is one of my favorite seasons. Everything is fresh and new, flowers are blooming and the Easter Bunny – aka Mom – makes his/her annual appearance bringing sweets and treats, seasonal crafts and a little Easter Home Decorating! This year, I started preparing early, making up a few of these adorable Free Easter Printables Bunny boxes. They’ll look adorable on this year’s Easter table!  If you’ve got about 10 minutes, grab a copy of the free printable template, a printer and cardstock, pom-poms and some scissors and get ready for some fun (and easy) DIY crafts!

Easter Bunny Box Template

These cute boxes would be perfect favor boxes for an Easter party, unique gift boxes for teachers, co-workers, or as a fun basket filler for the little (or big) ones in your life. ?

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Free Easter Printable Bunny Template

Free Easter Printable Bunny Box Crafts for Easter or Spring


Make Time: 10 Minutes per box




Download and print our Free Easter Printable bunny box template, and if desired, the inner liner, onto your cardstock.


Free Easter Printable - Fold template

Crease the box(es) inward along the dotted lines – this will be easier before cutting. Cut along all solid lines and around ears.

Easter Bunny Printable Free - Cut Template


Free Easter Printable - Assemble

Starting from the top, fold the vertical flaps in, gluing edges together. If using the inner liner, assemble the box and place inside the larger bunny box.

Bunny Printable Templates_Insert Liner

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Glue a small pompom onto the “x” for the bunny nose and a larger pompom onto the back for the tail for the cutest free Easter printable bunny treat box ever!


These little guys are adorable and so fun to make! I had a lot of fun mixing and matching patterns, and filling them with Easter grass, jellybeans, and chocolate-malt eggs.

Easter Bunny Box Craft

Of course, there had to be at least one treat box with leopard print and you know how I love to pattern mix – that one will probably be landing into my Easter basket.

Easter Bunny Box Printable

Overall, this Easter Bunny (aka – Me) is feeling pretty prepared, although I still have some decorating to finish up, especially outside! How about you? What are you doing for Easter? And,  equally important – what pattern mixes will you be using and who will be the lucky recipient of these sweet bunny boxes?

Hey, don’t forget to download the template! It’s FREE!

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Glam Boho Bedroom – Get the Look!

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Looking to add accents and furniture with an eclectic decorating style, that blends colors, patterns, fabrics, and eras, with a big heaping scoop of “free spirit”? You’re looking for Boho Glam! Read on for ideas on how to add this style to your own home and bedroom and when you’re done, skip over for a peek at how we achieved this look in our daughter’s bedroom!


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How to Build a DIY Farmhouse Table with a (reverse) Drop Leaf from 4x4s

Build a multi-purpose DIY Farmhouse Table with a reverse drop leaf serving two purposes: Large, console table to Rustic Dining Table with seating for ten!

diy farmhouse table

We recently made over our formal dining room into a multi-purpose room. We wanted to design a space incorporating both a formal room and a playroom for our kids. One of the easiest ways to achieve this is to use multi-purpose furniture. We wanted a large, rustic dining table able to accommodate our family on holidays and other special occasions but wanted the table to be out of the way the majority of the time leaving more space for play. In other words, a console table that can flip out into a full-sized dining table. A DIY Farmhouse Table with a reverse Drop Leaf was precisely what we needed and is now one of our favorite furniture DIYS!

Few plans fit our requirements, especially with drop leaves. However, I found inspiration in a table made by Coldren Design and came across Ana White’s 4×4 Truss Beam Table plans which we used for the base. With a bit of adjustment, we built the table of our dreams; A trestle-based, reverse drop-leaf leaf DIY Farmhouse Table with recessed, exposed hinges.

Our modifications included extending the length to 8.5′ and changing out the top for something more multi-purpose. We followed the plan until step 4 then did a hard right turn in our direction! That’s where we’ll be focusing today – Let’s get started!

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How to Build a DIY Farmhouse Table with a Reverse Drop Leaf





First, we built the table base. We extended the length and reduced the width to 8.5′ long and 22″ wide in the center. Finally, we swapped out the apron boards for 4x4s to allow us to notch out areas for the brackets.

I purchased all the wood for the base from Home Depot. After making your cuts, use between 100 and 220 grit sandpaper to give all parts a thorough sanding.

We built the table base as instructed to step 2. Instead of attaching the side apron boards 3 3/4″ in, we connected them right to the base edges, squaring up the corners, providing the folded down sides a stable surface.

DIY Farmhouse table- building base

We painted the table base in a similar fashion to this console table, followed by a dark glaze to “age” the finish and give dimension. If you’ve never used glaze, it’s a semi-transparent finish you brush on and wipe off, letting the color or finish sink into the grooves. Here it is before I’ve removed the excess.  The glaze I used also contained a top coat, saving me a ton of time!

diy farmhouse table - apply glaze


diy farmhouse table - grooves for brackets

On each side, we added 3 10/16″x 1 1/2″ notches along the outer runner starting 8″ in from each end, and then every 17 1/4″. In total, there are five notches on each side.


To support the fold-out sides of the table, we created ten pull-out brackets from 2x4s, 9″ in length. After cutting, we sanded each piece and fit them to the notches, ensuring the brackets would slide smoothly in and out.

farmhouse trestle table diy - supports

For stoppers – we don’t want the brackets falling through – We screwed 2.5″ 2″x1/4″ pieces of poplar to one end of each bracket, leaving the screw loose enough to allow the stopper piece to turn.

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Farm Table Trestle - Breadboard Pocket Hole

Next, we created the table tops. The tops are made up of three sections; The center section measures at 22″x8.5′ and the two side sections measure at 11″x8.5′. We attached the breadboards using pocket holes and screws on the center-piece, but because the undersides will be visible when the table is in console mode, we used a biscuit joiner to attach the breadboards on either end and also used a pocket hole that we later filled for extra support.

diy dining table farmhouse - distressing

To add character we “aged” the tabletop pieces using a plethora of tools and a hammer, leaving impressions in the wood behind.   Large nails, screws, a circular saw blade, and a sharp whack of a hammer add distressed character to the table.

farmhouse table diy - add hinges

Lining up the three sections on a flat surface – we used the floor –  we marked and notched out the placement for each hinge – 19″ in from each end and 21″ in there on for a total of 4-hinges on each side.


diy farmhouse table - staining

I used a wood pre-conditioner before staining (to avoid blotchiness) following the manufacturer outlined directions. I stained the table to match the top of the built-in china cabinet, using Rustoleum’s Aged Oak Gel Stain.  After staining, I used about four coats of Minwax’s Wipe-on poly over-top.


I would recommend assembling the table in place – this table is H.E.A.V.Y and took two grown men to move it around the maze of doorways in our home. We lined the tabletop pieces up on the floor joining them together with the hinges.

diy farmhouse table - assemble top

The entire top went on the base before securing, with the sides closed. Mounting the center top first, we fastened it down with 4″ screws from the bottom of the table.

DIY Dining Table - Assemble Top

Finally, I inserted the brackets into the grooves to ensure a proper fit. In most cases I had to do a bit more sanding to the tops and sides of the brackets, allowing them to move in and out smoothly.

diy farmhouse dining table_feature - add brackets


And, with that…



multipurpose dining room - benches at table

This table couldn’t be more perfect for the dining/playroom. It’s exactly the design we hoped for! The right size for large family gatherings where we’re all together, it moves completely out of the way during play time and acts as a large console table, ideal for lego building and other activities. I couldn’t be happier with how it turned out!



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