Easter Bunny Treat Box
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Use your Cricut or Silhouette cutting machine to create your own Easter Bunny Treat Box! Learn how to make these super cute Easter Bunny Baskets (and download the free Easter box SVG template) with the step-by-step tutorial below.
These Easter Bunny boxes don’t get any cuter than this! What I love most about these mini bunny baskets is how easy they are to make and assemble. Each box uses just one letter size sheet of cardstock.
These are great Easter gifts for friends or teachers. Just add a couple treats, some Easter grass and a filled egg for a fun surprise.
Just follow the steps below to create these adorable Bunny Treat Boxes with your Cricut.
Supplies Needed for this Easter Bunny Treat Box:
- Cardstock in your color choices – I used sheets from this packet of pastel cardstock and my favorite white diamond glitter cardstock.
- Double-sided tape or 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.
- Free Easter Box SVG – Download at the bottom of the post
Easter Bunny Treat Box Video Tutorial:
Step by Step Tutorial
Upload the Easter Bunny box template 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”.
If using a Cricut machine, you will need to change the layer with the red 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 box by hand with your scoring board and stylus after you cut it. The scoring feature is really useful when making paper crafts like boxes. 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 box layer. Hold down shift and select your bottom box layer with the score lines, then select “attach”.
You are now ready to cut your project. Click on “Make It.” You should see your score lines on top of your box 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 box. If you are using your scoring tool, then make sure to insert this first.
After the Easter Bunny treat box is cut, remove from your mat. Then, fold along the score lines.
Add glue or double-sided tape to your tabs and then assemble your box together. I used a glue stick for the pastel cardstock boxes. For the white glitter box, I used a craft glue since glitter cardstock needs a stronger glue to adhere.
Just like that, you are finished with your Easter Bunny Treat Box! These take just minutes to cut and assemble, so they are perfect for gifts.
Looking for more designs? View all of my Easter SVGs here and my free Paper Crafts here.
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