Easter Bunny Treat Box Tutorial


Hi everyone! There’s only a few days left until Easter! In this week’s video tutorial, we’re creating a paper easter bunny box that you can put treats, candy or small gifts in!



The glitter adds such a fun, sparkly touch to these! This is an easy and simple project, great if you need to make something when you don’t have a ton of time left.


Click here to view and print the patterns:

Bunny box pattern



  • Card stock (heavier weight paper is definitely best for this!)
  • Glue (I used hot glue)
  • Glitter in pink and bronze
  • School glue (I used Elmer’s glue)
  • Paintbrush
  • Pencil


For those of you with a Cricut or other cutting machine, an SVG file of this box is available for purchase here!


Happy Easter!


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Cute Mini Paper Easter Basket Egg Holder Tutorial


Hi everyone! Easter will be here in no time at all, can you believe it? In this week’s tutorial we’re creating another Easter paper craft – a mini Easter basket!

If you’re like me, you love anything that is miniature, and these tiny paper baskets are adorable! They are the perfect size to hold an Easter egg or mini chocolate eggs.



I’ve being doing a lot of projects that require a printed pattern lately, so I designed this one to be pattern free for those of you who don’t have access to a printer!


  • Paper in three colors (I used card stock, but you don’t have to use thicker paper for this)
  • Ruler
  • X-acto craft knife
  • Hot glue (you can try other types of glue, though)
  • Cutting mat with grid (you don’t have to have this, but it’s very helpful and will save time!)
  • Rotary paper cutter (again, you don’t have to have this, but it will really help)
  • Pencil
  • Scissors

You’ll need to cut paper to all of the following sizes:

  • 1 piece: 7.5 inches x 2 inches
  • 1 piece: 7 inches x 0.5 inches
  • 2 pieces: 7.5 inches x 0.5 inches
  • 3 pieces: 3.5 inches x 0.5 inches

With the 7.5 inch x 2 inch piece turned length-wise, cut a vertical slit from just under 0.5″ from the top to just over 0.5″ from the bottom, every half an inch. (Or you can cut a slit every 1 inch to make an easier version)


Happy Easter!

Let me know if you have any questions ๐Ÿ™‚

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Paper Cross Gift Box Tutorial

Hi everyone! Easter is quickly approaching, and with that in mind, I thought I’d bring you another Easter gift box idea in this week’s video tutorial! This one is geared more toward those who would like to celebrate the holiday in a less secular, more Christ-centered way. These gift boxes/treat boxes are shaped like a cross and would also be a great gift for things like baptisms, blessings, first communions and confirmations, in addition to Easter!


  • Card stock or other heavy paper – this project works best with paper that is not thin
  • A scoring tool, I use this one but you can also use a pen that no longer writes
  • Hot glue – use whatever adhesive you’d like, but hot glue works very well for this
  • Scissors
  • Pencil
  • Tape
  • Printer

Click here to view and print the patterns:

Cross box 1/3

Cross box 2/3

Cross box 3/3

Patterns 1 & 2 require a small amount of assembly – just match up the As, Bs, and Cs and tape the edges together.

Have a Cricut or other cutting machine? An SVG file of this project is available for purchase here!

Happy Easter!

Let me know if you have any questions ๐Ÿ™‚

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Easter Egg Paper Gift Box Tutorial

This tutorial shows how to create Easter egg shaped gift boxes out of paper! These are perfect to fill with candy or other goodies and give as a gift for Easter!

Click here to view & print the patterns:

Easter egg box pattern


Time needed: ~30 minutes

Difficulty: Easy


  • Paper, such as card stock or construction paper
  • Hot glue gun
  • Pencil
  • Scissors
  • A tool to score with, such as the Cricut scoring stylus


This post originally appeared on my old blog, Pugdemonium.ย 

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8 Fun Ways to Dye Easter Eggs!

I tried a bunch of egg dyeing experiments, and inย this videoย I’m showing the ones that worked best!

For the dye, I used a Paas kit that you can get at the grocery store. Each color of dye is a tablet that you dissolve in water and vinegar. Feel free to use food coloring or other types of dye, though!

Before you get started, be sure to cover your workspace with newspaper or something similar – the dye will stain.


Techniques mentioned:

  1. White crayon
  2. Stickers
  3. Aluminum Foil
  4. Speckled/dabbled? color
  5. Painters tape
  6. Ombrรฉ
  7. Rubber bands
  8. Flour paste resist



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Paper Easter Basket Tutorial

This is a video tutorial to create an easter basket out of paper!

This has been my most popular project to date (over 1,000,000 YouTube views – can’t believe it!) so I decided to create a blog post with some of the most asked questions.


  1. What kind of glue should I use?

I used hot glue in this video because it is what I personally prefer for this project. It holds very fast and strong, which makes putting the together the basket easy. If you don’t have hot glue, that is just fine. A glue stick would probably be the next best choice, but don’t be afraid to try whatever you have on hand ๐Ÿ™‚

2. What kind of paper is best for this?

Thicker/heavier weight paper such as card stock or construction paper is ideal. It will hold the shape better when you’re putting it together and will be stronger for what you put in the basket. That said, you can any kind of paper or even newspaper. It should still work, it just might not be as easy to work with.

3. My paper isn’t long enough?

That’s ok! Cut it into the one inch strips, and just glue two pieces together to make one long piece. Art supply/craft stores should have some paper that is long enough for this, also.

4. What are the measurements you used in centimeters (instead of inches)?

Here is a conversion of the measurements this video:

1 inch = 2.54 cm

14 inches = 35.56 cm

18 inches = 45.72 cm

4 inches = 10.16 cm

You can also google “in to cm” and it will bring up a conversion tool.

5. How long does this take to make?

It can vary, but for most it probably takes 45 minutes to an hour.

6. How big is the finished basket?

It is about 4 x 4 x 4 inches – it is square.
If I didn’t answer your question, feel free to comment below ๐Ÿ™‚


Thanks for reading!

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