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It’s springtime! The sun is shining later into the evening, the trees are blossoming, and my favorite holiday is right around the corner—Easter! Today’s post incorporates three of my favorite things: Easter, crafting, and candy. So, get ready for some over-the-top cuteness, and satisfy your sweet tooth by putting together these adorable die cut Easter baskets.
I just love bunnies (one of the many reasons why Easter is my favorite holiday)! Going to the store this time of year is so fun, because I love seeing all the cute bunny displays, bunny stuffed animals, and bunny-shaped treats. That’s why, when I decided to make some die cut Easter baskets, I just knew I had to incorporate bunnies somehow.
See how I put these cute baskets together:
What You Need
- My Easter Basket Templates
- A Cutting Machine or X-Acto Knife
- A Bone Folder (optional)
How To Make
1. Use your cutting machine (or X-Acto knife) to cut out your basket shapes.
2. Fold your basket and tabs like so:
3. Glue the bunny or fence design on the outside of your basket. Glue the basket handle on the inside edges of your basket, and fill with yummy treats!
Ah! Aren’t these just too cute? And they really don’t take too long to put together. So, if you want to make a dozen of them for a class or Easter party, it’s totally doable.
For my baskets, I filled them with treats I know everyone will love: Starburst®, DOVE® Peanut Butter Eggs (a new product at Walmart), and a DOVE® Milk Chocolate Bunny (because Easter just isn’t complete without a chocolate bunny, is it?).
Have fun putting these fun, die cut Easter baskets together! What are some of your favorite Easter treats?