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Free DIY Easter Printable Bunny Treat Box Template

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!

 

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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

MATERIALS

Make Time: 10 Minutes per box

 

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DOWNLOAD AND PRINT THE TEMPLATE

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

CREASE AND CUT THE BUNNY BOX PATTERN

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

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FOLD, GLUE AND ASSEMBLE THE EASTER BUNNY

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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.

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ADD A POMPOM COTTON TAIL AND BUNNY RABBIT NOSE

 

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!

LOVE YOUR FREE EASTER TREAT BOX

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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Our Thanksgiving Table + No-Sew DIY Stencil Napkins

Dress your Thanksgiving table to wow in vibrant seasonal tones set against glimmery rose gold, accented by DIY no-sew stencil napkins you can customize (directions included!).

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Hi Friends! In our family, we feast on two Thanksgiving dinners! Thanksgiving Day we spend at a fun family gathering with 30+ of my in-laws. But, first, we have dinner at home, dubbed Ca-merican Thanksgiving – Canadian and American – since we have some of each! Sometimes, it’s a bigger affair, but this year, it’s our family of 7+.

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I’m excited to be joining Chloe from Celebrate & Decorate and a talented group of bloggers for a Thanksgiving Table Blog Hop – the perfect excuse to decorate early! Be sure to scroll down to see other Thanksgiving Tablescapes and check back every day for new settings!

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I love DIY elements on my tables.. this year it’s customized, n0-sew stencil napkins – scroll down for instructions. I’ve also added these two adorable “Give Thanks” Thanksgiving printables to my Goodies area. Click HERE and subscribe to my mailing list to get them!

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Our Thanksgiving Table + DIY Cloth Napkins (No Sew!)

Our DIY dining table seats twelve. We use it twice/year – once being Thanksgiving.  The dining room is a favorite area in my home, and I enjoy dressing it up with an eclectic style for the holidays.

The Table Runner

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Hatch Table Runner | Stencil Napkins |

I’ve been crushing on this Hatch Table Runner from Target forever and finally added it to my collection. With lovely rose gold glimmer, it comes in two sizes – extra-long being perfect for our dining table. I love how striking my new stencil napkins look against metallic dots!

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The Centerpiece

Clipped Loropetalum stems surround faux wheat stalks. Faux peonies and mums in oranges and rusts add color while heather and wisteria spikes add interest and contrast. Eucalyptus is a great sub for Loropetalum.

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The Table Setting

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Our good china is stacked on orange napkins from my Halloween table, and topped with preserved oak leaves and ripe Bartlett pears – why should pumpkins have all the fun?

You’ll find this Rosegold Silverware set on my Christmas list. Until Santa visits, I used a disposable set; the same look for a fraction of cost.

DIY Stencil Napkins

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These DIY stencil napkins are very special to me, despite being new, as the fabric to make them was my mothers. I like the idea of a piece of my mom sharing Thanksgiving with us, from heaven.

What You’ll Need:

  • 18″ length of fabric per napkin
  • Stitch Witchery
  • Stencil
  • Tape
  • Pounce brush
  • Acrylic Paint

What You’ll Do:

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  1. For each napkin, cut a square of fabric to 18″x18″ square.
  2. Fold over fabric edges 1/4″ then again 1/2″. Press a deep crease.
  3. Cut a piece of Stitch Witchery the napkin side length and lay it under the folds – press to secure.
  4. Tape stencil to your fabric.
  5. Apply your stencil with a “pounce” brush and a thin layer of craft paint (too much will cause bleeding).
  6. Peel back the stencil. Dry.
  7. Set the paint with a hot iron.

Mini Bar

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An uncomplicated drink station nearby ensures we’ll be celebrating all the things we’re thankful for, while DIY personalized wine glasses add family tradition.

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Even with my new/old stencil napkins, I’ve still things to do…  DIY Holiday Crackers and of course, cooking but, I’ve made good progress! How about you? Are you ready for Thanksgiving? How do you decorate your holiday table? I’d love to hear!

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Oh! Don’t forget to visit the other Thanksgiving table settings and grab your free printables before you go!

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How to Make a Fascinator Hat for Under $10

All you need to know on how to make a Fascinator hat for an upcoming Kentucky Derby Party or the next Royal wedding!

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So, how many of you watched the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle?! I didn’t get up extra early to watch, but you can bet I tuned in once I was awake! I loved seeing all of the fairytale details – The simple, elegant dress! The floral arch at the chapel and all of the lovely signs of spring! The horse-drawn carriage, taking the newlyweds to the castle! The hats and fascinators!

In case you don’t know, a fascinator is a small, flamboyant hat or hairpiece, usually featuring feathers that flutter and move with the wearer fascinatingly – hence, the name.  After doing a bit of research, I learned that fascinators can run anywhere from a $200-$thousands-plus! What?! I’m here to tell you, if you want to sport a fascinator for the next Royal Wedding or Derby Party, or maybe just for fun, you can make a DIY fascinator in one afternoon to match any outfit or occasion. Let me show you how to make a fascinator hat!

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How to Make a Fascinator Hat for Cheap

 

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Materials

I didn’t use all of these items, but I wasn’t sure WHAT I was going to use, so I gathered it all! I ended up using the following:

  • Scrap fabric
  • Small paper plate
  • Tulle
  • Deco-mesh
  • Ribbon
  • An alligator hair clip
  • A needle and thread
  • A hot glue gun
  • A large flower

Optional Items

  • Feathers
  • A Button, Brooch, Cameo, butterfly embellishment, or other kinds of focal points
  • A hair comb or hair barrette

What to do

Create the Hat Base

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Cut out the inner circle of your paper plate, then cut a slit from the outer edge of the disc into the center. You wear a fascinator towards the back of the head. If you want to wear your hat towards the front of your head, cut out an oblong piece of cardboard.

Overlap the cut ends of the cardboard circle so that you get a small cardboard mound. Check for size, adjust if necessary, then glue the ends together.

Add the Pink Fascinator Hat Lining

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Cut out two circles of fabric, with one being about .5″ wider than hat base, and the other being .25″ less than the hat base.

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Carefully hot glue the larger circle of fabric to the TOP of the hat base by gluing the edge onto the underside of the cardboard, pulling taut as you go. I found it easiest to notch the outer edge first.

Glue the smaller circle to the underside of the hat base around the fabric edge, pulling taut, and trim any excess fabric that falls over the side of the base. This will have the smaller circle pulling away from the underside of the base.

Add a clip

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You will need to attach something underneath your fascinator that will allow you to keep it clipped into your hair. A hot-glued alligator clip, hairpin or barrette attached to the underside will do the trick! Alligator clips are those clips that your hairstylist uses to keep your hair pinned up. You can find them at a craft store or a beauty supply store.

 

Add Deco-mesh

Cut a 12″ cross-section of the mesh from the roll. All I had was a larger roll, but if you are lucky enough to have a ribbon sized roll, you’ll want your piece to be about 6″ long. Create a bow out of your deco-mesh and ensure that the loops of the bow are the same length as the tails. Pull it tight and secure the center knot with ribbon.

 

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Hot glue the bow to the hat, looking in the mirror for the proper placement.

 

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Cut through the loop ends and fray the edges.

 

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Add ribbon stems to fill in any gaps. For this hat, I tied 4 or 5 pieces of ribbon into bows then cut through the loops before gluing them into place.

 

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Add Embellishments

Attach your flower with hot glue and arrange the deco mesh pieces around it. This is also the time you would add any other embellishments you might like.

 

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Clip the fascinator on your head, put on your best dress and prepare to fascinate!

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See, that was easy, right? Okay, so you probably can’t wear it to a Royal Wedding because, well, it’s frowned upon to crash one of those, but you can certainly wear it to your next Derby Party (by the way, if you’re throwing one of those, you’d better get started on that decorating)!

So, get yourself to the craft store and make your fascinator! And if you bump into Harry and Meghan, tell them I say hi!

 

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I’d really appreciate if you’d pin this DIY Fascinator tutorial and share it with others! Thanks!

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