Make cute Easter bunny egg holders with your Cricut! Download these free egg holder SVG files to create adorable Easter characters to give as gifts.
These Easter bunny egg holders come in a variety of characters. Choose from a bunny, chick, panda or axolotl! Or make all 4! The panda and axolotl come with and without the bunny ears so you can choose which look you like the best.
When you download these svg egg holder designs, you’ll receive 2 sizes for each character. One size fit perfectly with cadberry eggs and the other with plastic easter eggs. So, you can personalize this gift for anyone.
How to Make Easter Bunny Egg Holders
Use my free Egg Holder SVG files to create these fun egg holders in just a few steps. You can customize the colors however you would like.
- Cardstock in your color choices – I used sheets from this packet of pastel cardstock, this variety pack of cardstock and my favorite white diamond glitter cardstock.
- Crafting glue.
- Cricut Maker or Explore Cutting Machine and your green standard cutting mat.
- Scoring Stylus (which is what I will be using in this tutorial) or Scoring Wheel (Maker only). If your cutting machine doesn’t have the scoring feature, this scoring board and stylus is great to use.
- Egg Holder SVG Files – Download at the bottom of the post
Easter Bunny Egg Holder Video Tutorial:
Step by Step Tutorial:
Step 1: Upload the Free Egg Holder SVG Files to Design Space
Upload the Easter Bunny Egg Holders to Cricut Design Space. If needed, this tutorial will show you how to upload files to Cricut Design Space. Before editing your design, you will need to Ungroup your Layers. With all your layers selected, click on “ungroup”.
Step 2: Modify Your Score Lines
If using a Cricut machine, you will need to change the layer with the black lines to “Score” instead of “Cut” in Design Space. You can select all the layers together by holding down shift.
If your cutting machine does not have the scoring option, hide those layers and score the pieces by hand with your scoring board and stylus after you cut it. The scoring feature is really useful when making paper crafts. So, if you don’t have a Scoring Stylus or Scoring Wheel (Maker only), I definitely recommend getting one.
Attach your score lines to your bottom piece. Hold down shift and select your bottom piece with the score lines, then select “attach”.
Step 3: Cut Your Easter Egg Holders
You are now ready to cut your Easter Egg Holders. Click on “Make It.” You should see your score lines on top of the bottom piece as shown in the picture below. If you do not, then go back and make sure you have attached your score lines to the box layer.
Follow the prompts on your computer to cut your Easter egg holders. If you are using your scoring tool, then make sure to insert this first.
Step 4: Assemble the Easter Bunny Egg Holders
After all your pieces are cut, remove from your mat. Then, assemble your pieces. First glue your layered bunny pieces together. Then, attach the eyes and nose.
Next, you will attach the base piece. Fold down on the score lines and glue each of your bunny pieces to the opposite ends.
Once your egg holder has dried, add in your egg and attach the ears using glue. Once this dries, your egg holder is ready to go! Repeat these steps for each design and size that you want to make.
This free Egg Holder SVG cut file comes in a single ZIP file with the following files:
- Easter Bunny Egg Holder
- Chick Egg Holder
- Axolotl Egg Holder (with and without bunny ears)
- Panda Egg Holder (with and without bunny ears)
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Please remember these are for personal use only. If you’re looking to sell products using these designs, please purchase a Commercial Use License here.