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Easter Bunny Treat Box


Hi Crafty Friends!
Ali here with a cute treat box using those cute bunnies from the Honey Bunny Boo stamp set from Heffy Doodle Stamps and the Lawn Fawn Scalloped Treat Box die as well as the Winter House Add-on die from Lawn Fawn.
These little bunnies are a perfect size for the treat box!and it takes no time at all to construct this little beauty!



Firstly, I cut 2 treat box dies from some Kraft card and two "roof' panels ( from the Winter House Add-on Die) from green cardstock. I then used a Lawn Fawn paper pad (Perfectly Plaid Rainbow) to decorate the sides of the box. The same paper pad was used to cut some lawn pieces using the Lawn Fawn Grassy Hillsides die. Using the Winter House Add-on dies I cut a window from each side and the door from the side of the house in Kraft card and assembled the box as shown.

I then stamped our and coloured with copics the bunnies, and eggs from the Honey Bunny Boo set and die cut with the corresponding dies. I added detail with a white gel pen. I adhered them on the box as shown. To finish, I filled with mini Easter eggs of course and decorated the top with some ribbon in purple and green!

Thanks for joining me again!
Ali xx






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