We love to think of creative treat boxes for different holidays. For example, we once made this shamrock treat box for St. Patrick’s Day. And we also crafted these cute strawberry treat boxes for summer. Since Easter is coming up in a couple of months, we thought it would be fun to create a new design for you. (Our last one was this Easter bunny treat box.) This papercut bunny pillow box is super cute and is also bigger in size, which means more room for treats!
Any bunny want a treat?
Who doesn’t love getting holiday treats? This papercut bunny pillow box is the perfect addition to your kids’ Easter basket. And they’re super simple to craft! You can make a few boxes in no time at all and fill them with treats, crayons, stickers, or other small items or toys for your kids.
You can also have your kiddos (or if you’re a teacher—your students) join in on the crafting fun. Because this papercut bunny pillow box is such a quick and easy craft, it makes a great DIY Easter project for kids. Another good one is our pinecone and felt bunnies.
If you like the paper colors we used, they’re all linked below. But of course you can use whatever color of paper you prefer or whatever you have on hand. We hope you enjoy this cute Easter craft project!
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- Text Weight Paper – Poptone Pink Lemonade, Curious Metallics Ice Silver, and Arturo Stone Grey
- Adhesive Dot Roller
- Medium White Pom Poms
Simply cut and fold along score lines. Then run the adhesive roller down the side tab and close. Glue the ears to the back of the box, and use a low-temp hot glue gun to glue a white pom-pom on the backside.
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Keep growing!! You are doing great Job.
Thank you 🙂
There are no score lines on the svg file
You must change the lines that must be scored from “cut” to “score” in design space before you cut. Check out our video where we show you how to best use out SVG files with design space, it may help you solve this 🙂 https://liagriffith.com/how-to-use-svg-files-for-cricut/
What size paper does this require? 12×12 or can 8 1/2 x 11 be used? So many times I love a project but find the color/pattern of the paper I want to use is not the correct size for the project.
Hi Aija, this project fits on 8.5×11 paper.