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Feb 20, 2010

Bunny Box

The template is adapted from Package Form and Design by Natsumi Akabane.

The background papers are available free for download from Shabby Princess. I used Paisley and Dots from the Happy Go Lucky collection.

Templates to print and cut by hand, or send to cutting machine

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How to assemble the bunny box

Print designs on paper, front and back, if desired.

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bunny box

Cut out box. Crease all fold lines.

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bunny box

Glue together box at side and top.

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The bottom flaps don't need glue, but you can glue them if you like.

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Pull each ear apart a little along the center cut to give them shape.

5 comments:

Mima said...

Hola CPeep,
How clever is this bunny box! Great color choices, can't wait to try it. Take care and before I forget love the tutorial. Your so thoughtful... TFS,Mima

CBH said...

Thank you so much for this Freebie. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in Creative Busy Hands Cricut Freebies Search List, under the Box, Purses, etc. post on Feb. 21, 2010. Thanks again.

Fiona @ Wedding Photographer Edinburgh said...

That is so fabulous. What a great idea for Easter!

AbigailsCrafts said...

What a fantastic box! Simple enough for a beginner like me, and yet really effective. Thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

Funny and easy box ! Probably for my young students next Easter. Thank you for sharing !
Isac