These cute little bunnies aren’t just pretty, they’re handy too as they’ll hold little Easter treats.
You can cut them from plain or textured Card Stock or patterned card. To make mine I sourced some free digital files and printed them out on plain white card with my home printer. Then I simply popped the printed card on my mat and cut them with my Silhouette. If you are really keen, you can print on both sides of the card.
I removed the perforations from the cut file and scored the fold lines with my scoring board instead. I do that when possible as I have a theory that the blades dull quicker when cutting lots of perforated lines.
When assembling the box, just glue or tape the tabs to the reverse of the Bunny sides. The side walls will slightly slant inwards and won’t be visible from the front or back view. You can see it in the smaller pics below.
Here’s the Bunny Treat Box Silhouette Studio Version 3 File. (Tested on this)
Here’s the Bunny Treat Box Silhouette Studio Version 2 File.
Credit Where Credit’s Due
I used the digital scrap book paper Dotted Mexican Tile and Typography by Mel from Melstampz , she shares hundreds of her beautiful paper designs on her Flickr account here
(The damask is a digital design I purchased years ago – I’m not sure where from now. Mel has some other damask designs available though.)
My Easter projects.
thank you so much. Will be ready for next year’s Easter
Thanks Robyn. Glad you like them 🙂
Thank you as always! I couldn’t design something like this if my life depended on it so I am eternally grateful for people, like you, who generously share their creations 🙂
My pleasure Christi. I have so much fun making the files.
Such a neat idea. I am so not creative like this. I bet those boxes will be so fun for little ones to have their Easter treats in. Thank you for sharing this post with us at the Home Matters linky party!
Thanks for visiting Zan and for hosting the great link parties too 🙂
Thanks for sharing! You’ve got a very nice blog!! Happy ;_) greetings!