How to make a Bunny Box
Here are some of the most adorable bunny favor boxes for your next dinner party.
Other Supplies: Finer-Liner Black Pen, Paper Trimmer, Scissors
- Apply an adhesive sheet to one side of a piece of Ballet Slipper cardstock. Die-cut out of the adhesive-backed cardstock two inner ears and one nose from the Box, Bunny die. Die-cut out of Arctic Sky, Cherry Blossom and Banana Blast cardstock a variety of flowers to create three separate flower stacks, out of Mint Julep cardstock two eyes, out of white cardstock one box base, two box pieces and one cottontail from the same die.
- Fold along the score lines located on the box pieces and the box base.
- Apply liquid adhesive to one side tab on a box piece, align the straight edge of the second box piece with the tab and adhere the two pieces together. Apply liquid adhesive to the second side tab and wrap the box around to align with the other straight edge of the first box piece to form the bunny box shape.
- Apply liquid adhesive to all the tabs on the base piece and then adhere the assembled box to the white base piece. At the top of the box, cross one ear over the other and line up the front ears with the back ears. To hold the ears together place a bit of liquid adhesive in between each set of ears. Adhere the die cut inner ears to the each of the white bunny ears. (Note: Before adhering the ears together, be sure to first fill the box with desired contents.)
- To create lifelike dimension, sculpt the die cut flowers with the gray molding mat and various stylus tools from the Paper Sculpting Kit. Layer and adhere the flowers in three flower stacks with liquid adhesive. Add a trio of beads to the center of the largest flower with liquid adhesive and then adhere the three flowers to the base of the bunny ears where desired.
- On the front of the box adhere the two eyes and a nose and on the back of the box add the cottontail with liquid adhesive.
- Draw three small whiskers to other side of the nose with a black fine liner pen.