Ciao amici! I’m hopping over from Morena’s Corner to share how I like to put my own twist on this sweet Easter Bunny Treat Box. The SVG file is adorable just the way it is, but a few little additions raise the cuteness level even higher!
After cutting out the pieces, I like to add flocking powder to the paper before I assemble the treat box bunny! Flocking powder is tiny fibers that you can glue onto a paper surface to create a fuzzy texture. Adding it to paper cutouts like this cute Easter bunny gives the cute critter a soft, almost plush-like texture.
I like to use my Xyron Creative Station to add flocking to paper projects, like these cards, but you can use other adhesives, too. After the bunny face, ears, hands, feet and body have been flocked with either white or pink powder, assemble the box by following the instructions that come with the file. To finish up this project, I cut green cardstock into grass-like blades and glued them onto the other three sides of the box.
I love the way this box turned out, and can’t wait to make several more with different colors and flocking powders. Have fun crafting and creating for Easter!
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