Looking for cute and simple crafts for Easter? Try making some treat boxes! We made these Easter animal treat boxes using the print then cut feature on our Cricut. If you don’t have a cutting machine, you can cut our PDF template by hand.
Make all three designs or pick your favorites to craft. You will find these little Easter friends in the downloads at the end of the post. Once you’ve assembled your Easter animal treat boxes, just fill them with little candies or chocolates — your choice!
Easter treats for some-bunny special
These Easter animal treat boxes would make a sweet and adorable surprise for your kids’ Easter basket. You can also craft these cute carrot treat cones to go with them. If you are planning an Easter brunch or dinner, another fun idea is to put a treat box next to everyone’s plate.
While you are busy getting ready for Easter, you can keep your little ones entertained with some easy kids’ crafts. They can make their own Easter friends out of tissue paper. Craft a few felt pinecone bunnies. Or color their own Easter placemats.
Ready to make these Easter animal treat boxes? Just follow the simple instructions below. Happy (or should we say hoppy?) crafting! ~ Lia and team
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- Cardstock – Astrobrights Stardust White, Neenah Cotton Blush, and My Colors Mini Dots Jonquil
- 3D Foam Squares
- If cutting by hand, cut the box according to the pattern. Print the PDF of the Easter animal faces and cut out.
- If using a cutting machine, use our SVG file to cut the boxes. Upload the high-res Jpeg to use Cricut’s Print then Cut feature. (Make sure to double-check your size– we downsized our file to 6″ wide).
If you make any of our craft projects for Easter, share it with us and the rest of our crafting community by tagging #MadeWithLia when you post pictures. For more ideas, explore all of our Easter crafts.
Are you having trouble? Feel free to contact us and we will be happy to help you out.