Some Bunny Loves Me Carrots by Cheryl Becker

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These carrot boxes are just too cute! Stuff them full of candies or small knick knacks and give them to your family this Easter!

SVG Collections Used

Santa’s Train SVG Kit
Hippity Hoppity SVG Kit
Spring Bunnies SVG Collection
Happy Birthday To You SVG Kit
Basic Shapes Library

Supplies Used

  • Patterned Paper
  • Glittered Paper
  • Ribbon
  • Bling – pearl, Epiphany Crafts Shape Studio Tool Round 14, and Scalloped Circle 25
  • Dimensional Adhesive
  • Grass


Santa's Train SVG Kit (Passenger Car)
box1.svg 9.3 W Pink Patterned Paper
box2.svg 9.3 W Pink Patterned Paper
Basic Shapes Library
rectangle.svg (panels for front/back, cut 2) 5.75 W x 3.75 H Orange Patterned Paper
rectangle.svg (panels for front/back, cut 2) 5.5 W x 3.5 H Patterned Paper
rectangle.svg (panels for sides, cut 2) 2.25 W x 3.75 H Orange Patterned Paper
rectangle.svg (panels for sides, cut 2) 2.0 W x 3.5 H Patterned Paper
Hippity Hoppity SVG Kit
carrot.svg (cut 3) 9.513 W Orange Patterned Paper
green_accents.svg 9.513 W Green Patterned Paper
Spring Bunnies SVG Collection (Some Bunny Loves Me)
yellow.svg (shadow layer in Properties Window) 4.1 W Orange glitter paper
yellow.svg 4.0 W Lime Green glitter paper
white.svg 4.0 W White glitter paper
pink.svg 4.0 W Orange glitter paper
Happy Birthday To You SVG Kit (Cupcake)
flower_leaves.svg 5.815 W Green
flower_petals.svg 5.815 W Orange Patterned Paper
Handle (Not an SVG file, cut manually or use rectangle shape)
Orange strip (lengths to make 15") 1.0 W Orange Paper
Green Patterned Paper (lengths to make 15") .75 W Green Patterned Paper


  1. Cut and assemble main box.
  2. Cut and assemble carrots, fill with candy first.
  3. Cut and assemble flower.
  4. Cut and assemble ”Some Bunny Loves Me”.
  5. Attach two strips together to make handle to desired length, mine is about 15 inches long. Attach to sides of box. I added the Epiphany Crafts Studio scalloped shapes here.
  6. For the stem of the flower, I used ribbon. I made loops of same ribbon for the leaves. Attach this to the front of the box and then hot glue the flower in place.
  7. Use dimensional adhesive to attach the slogan.
  8. Tie ribbon on the handle.
  9. Fill box with grass and arrange carrots inside.
  10. Give away or enjoy yourself!

Design Tips

Cheryl Becker - SVGCuts Design Team

  • Use some great Spring papers for this as Easter is a time for freshness.
  • Ink edges. I always say it, but it makes a big difference!
  • Use little things to make it special. Pearls, Epiphany Crafts Shapes, or something similar, ribbons, etc. These little bits take your project to another level.
  • Add glitter. Some of my papers are glittered and I also glittered the edges of the flower. Pretty for Spring!
  • Always take your time and be neat. There’s no rush and if you do, it can show in the final piece. You want neat seems and edges.
  • I found to hold the flower securely, hot glue works best, but be careful not to burn yourself!

I had fun making this cute little box and hope you will give it a try. Give that traditional Easter basket a cute and fresh look! I hope you have fun making one for your loved ones!


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