EASTER TREAT BOXES
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Ready to get creative with your Easter treats? Then check out my video below and I will teach you how to make 3 different chocolate bunny treat boxes that are perfect for table favors, gifts, or just about anything else for the upcoming holiday.
Whether you’re a beginner or a pro, I’ll guide you through each step of each project, showing you exactly what to do and providing tips, tricks and hints along the way. You can use the materials you have at home or purchase the supplies I’m using in my online store. So if you’re looking for something unique and fun to make this Easter, don’t miss out on this fantastic video class.
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These adorable boxes will be great to hand out to the classroom, grandkids, or use as table favors on Easters. Mostly these have Easter tags on them, but I did several for birthdays and babies too. These can be used for any occasion.
I have 3 different styles of Easter Bunny Boxes and several variations of each. I used the Stampin’ Up! Celebrating You Stamp Set for the words on all of them. It’s a great all occasion word set.
The boxes I created with the Rain or Shine DSP. The bunnies are Lindt Chocolates and I got them at CVS but I think you could get them anywhere. Or use something similar. I have links below to them on Amazon.
I love this pretty flower print from the Flowers and More designer series paper. I used it on the tent boxes and the tag boxes.
These are smaller tag boxes. I originally created with the Celebration Tag Dies. Those are retired so I will show you how to make them without the die. They are super easy.
I embossed the front with the crosshatch folder from the Basics 3D Embossing folders.
I view of the different packs in the different colors. Love the coordinating products, it makes it so easy.
EASTER BLOG HOP
Links to the candy I used on Amazon.
Stampin’ Up! Products I used on these projects.
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