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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

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

FOLD, GLUE AND ASSEMBLE THE EASTER BUNNY

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.

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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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How to Make a Floral Clutch Bag for Spring in 10 Minutes or Less

 Make this No-sew DIY Floral Clutch Bag using Dollar Store materials in less time than it takes to boil an egg. It’s the perfect Spring accessory for all of your outfits – an easy and inexpensive seasonal craft! 

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I’m not one of those girls who changes her purse with every outfit – Half the time I’m lucky to get out the door at all! But, I do love changing things up with a statement clutch bag now and then, particularly in animal print or a fun, bright floral. This lined floral clutch bag is not only perfect for such an occasion, but it also cost about $5 to make, and is a ridiculously easy project, without any sewing!

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Before I get to the tutorial, be sure to check out the other Spring My Dollar Store DIYs from my friends – scroll down to check out all the cuteness!

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Now, onto the tutorial…

 

Make a Floral Clutch Bag for Spring in 10 Minutes or Less

MATERIALS

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  • A lined, cloth placemat
  • An old cereal box or a 12″x12″ piece of heavy cardstock
  • A hot glue gun and glue
  • A silk flower in a coordinating color
  • Rick Rack trim(optional)
  • An iron
  • Scissors

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DIRECTIONS

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1 Turn your placemat vertically, then fold your placemat into three sections, leaving a slightly shorter section on top. Press the seams, leaving a sharp crease.
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2 Cut the bottom inside seam on one side of the placemat from the bottom fold line to the centerfold.
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3 To give the purse stability, measure, cut, and insert a piece of the cereal box into the slit, filling the entire pocket.
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4 Cut four 1/4″ strips of the cardboard the length of the bottom two fold sections and glue to the edges using hot glue.
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5 Glue the bottom fold to the center,  smoothing to secure the seams.
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6 Fold the loose flap over the pouch. Press again. Use hot glue to adhere your flower and rick rack, if desired.
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And that’s all there is to it!

 

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The pattern in this floral clutch bag reminds me of a warm, spring day and goes with so many outfits, both casual and dressy. I especially love to pair it with stripes. It’s destined to become a staple in my wardrobe. Even better,  this floral clutch bag will make for a fabulous Mother’s Day gift!

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How to Make a DIY Hanging Flower Chandelier Wreath

For your next celebration, whether a dinner party, bridal or baby shower or even a birthday, consider moving your floral centerpiece off the table and up, with a hanging flower chandelier! Maybe you’ve seen a floral chandelier on your favorite blog; perhaps you’ve even Pinned one – today, let me show you how easy (and fun!) these beautiful focal points are to make! 

 

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We all know I LOVE a gorgeous table setting, and for me, large, lush centerpieces are the jewel of a beautiful table. You too? Well, then you know the risk of a centerpiece being so enormous, that you can’t see the people across the table from you! Luckily for us, there is a solution – a hanging centerpiece!

Easter Table Decorations - chandelier wreath table

For our recent Easter table, I decided to move the action “up” and wow, what a focal point! The hanging flower wreath stole the show, with its abundance of blooms. Using faux flowers ensured it no mess and less fuss. It was a snap to make, and fun, too! With such a simple project, you can add the same elegance to ALL of your celebrations – Let me show you how I made it.

How to Make a DIY Hanging Flower Chandelier Wreath

You Will Need:

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  • Floral wire – You’ll use floral wire to attach fresh flowers and foliage to your small hoop and large wire frame.
  • Flowers and Greenery – see note below for selection ideas
  • Wire Cutters
  • A Foam ring
  • Fishing line – if suspending the wreath outside of chandelier

Flower selections:

I used about 10-12 large blooms such as peonies, dahlias, and hydrangeas and filled in the gaps with smaller flowers such as roses and large chrysanthemums. Other ideas include:

  • Pink Hyacinths
  • Carnations
  • Amaranthus
  • Hydrangeas
  • Baby’s Breath
  • Craspedia
  • Peonies

Greenery Tips:

Any greenery with a drooping nature, such as a fern, would be a good selection. I used both greenery stems, as well as a greenery garland that I picked up at Michael’s with a 40% off coupon – love those!

What to D0:

Cut the stems of your flowers and greenery to about 2-2 1/2″ long and divide them into size.

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Suspend your form first – it’ll be so much easier! Using four lengths of floral wire, attach your foam wreath form to the bottom of your chandelier, and twist the wire to secure.

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Begin by wrapping your greenery garland loosely up and through, and all the way around your wreath form,

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Add your greenery stems (drooping) evenly around the ring, by pressing the stems into the foam. Alternate placing them on the top and bottom, beginning to fill in the gaps between the greenery garland.

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Now, add your large blooms. Mix up the colors and alternate placing them between the top and bottom of your form, in between the greenery. You’ll want to space them about 5-6″ apart.

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Use your smaller flowers to fill in any gaps.

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Stand back. Oooo and Awwww. Everyone else will be!

 

Easter Table Decorations - chandelier wreath

This DIY Faux Flower Chandelier Wreath is an easy project that takes almost no time at all – the impact it makes, though, colossal! Now, that’s my favorite kind of project!

 

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