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!
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!
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. ?
Free Easter Printable Bunny Box Crafts for Easter or Spring
- Bunny Box Free Easter Printables Template
- computer and printer
- double-stick tape or hot glue
- Extra-small and small pompoms
- Treats or small toys
Make Time: 10 Minutes per box
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
Crease the box(es) inward along the dotted lines – this will be easier before cutting. Cut along all solid lines and around ears.
FOLD, GLUE AND ASSEMBLE THE EASTER BUNNY
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.
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.
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.
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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