Today I have a little treat for you – these super cute free printable Easter boxes which you can fill with whatever you like. They perfectly compliment the Easter bunny cards I shared a little while ago.
These bunny boxes have been designed by a very talented design and architecture student called Annelies and they are exclusively for my readers. It was her blog – A pattern a day – that first caught my attention. The patterns she creates – wow! Just wow.
To make these boxes print out the templates provided. Annelies has designed three boxes – each with a slightly different pattern. Regular printer paper is too thin so you will need coloured card to ensure that the boxes hold together. Once printed, cut along the outline provided and then fold down the dotted lines. You will need to glue the the box together, leaving out the top flap so you can put things in the box. I love a bit of pastel for Easter but of course you can choose any coloured card you like.
Anya’s been taking these bunny boxes as little gifts for the play dates she’s been invited to over the holidays. We either fill them with little chocolate eggs or a small toy. We’ve given out a couple and they have been loved. Making the box yourself adds that personal touch which people so appreciate.
Here is the PDF. Print and enjoy for your personal use: