The Cute Bunny Box Directions

These darling Easter Treat Boxes were shared at a demonstrator event I recently attended and I couldn’t wait to give them a try. They are made with the Envelope Punch Board and very easy to make!

Easter Bunny Treat boxes
I used the current In-Colors to make the 5 boxes and the little egg is from the Eggstra Spectacular Stamp Set. I have made up a few pictures with directions to make these boxes.

Start with a piece of Designer Series Paper measuring 4 3/4″ X 4 3/4″ and a coordinating piece of card stock also measuring 4 3/4″ X 4 3/4″.

Easter Bunny Directions

Glue the papers together and start with the Envelope Punch Board at 1 1/2″ and score. Move to 2 5/8″ punch and score without turning the paper. Rotate the paper 90 degrees and punch and score from the end of the score lines. Repeat one more time. Rotate one more time and punch at the end of the score lines, but do not score this last time. You will not need to fold the top of the box.

Bunny Box directions
Round the corners withe the reverse punch on the Envelope Punch Board. Fold the score lines. Cut out the bottom 2 corner flaps. Glue the bottom flaps with Mini-Glue Dots.

Bunny Box Directions
Decorate as desired and add your treat to the box. I do not know how originally made this box, but I appreciate the directions and hope you have fun making this box too.

Bunny Box
You can see the supplies I used to make these boxes below. All you have to do is click here or on one of the pictures below to purchase the supplies to make your own boxes.


  1. Shelley Echtle

    I followed you till the first time you said, “Rotate the paper 90 degrees and punch and score from the end of the score lines.”

    What do you mean “punch?” and then score at what place? If a person is not familiar with the envelope board, this is confusing. I just got my board, but I still am not sure how to follow this!

    Will you do a video tutorial, and please remember to tell us exactly WHERE to “punch”, what you mean, and WHERE to score, after the first time!

    • Christine Miller

      Hello Shelley,

      Thanks for coming by my blog. These directions do assume that you are familiar with the Envelope Punch Board. Go here to see a video on how to use the board: link to Pay particular attention to 1:57 where it shows how to use the previous score line to punch and score. This box is like making envelope except that you punch and score twice on a side instead of once. You only use the measurements the first time.

      Unfortunately, I cannot make a video at this time because I am recovering from having my appendix removed this past weekend and I wanted to get the directions out before Easter.

      I hope this clears up any confusion.

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