While rummaging through my stash of Easter stuff, I came across an old Paper Smooches (the company is no longer in business) bunny head dies. I used them to cut out the bunny ears and face parts. I free hand cut the head and paws. (Just take a white paper and cut off all the parts that are not bunny-like...hahaha! If you're going to make lots of bunny boxes you might want to make a pattern.) I tried to make the bunny look worried and a bit goofy from being oxygen deprived. I hand cut the pink paw pads. The dies were used to make the ears and I glued them to back of the box closure flap. It was then easy-peasy to glue the bunny face and paws to the inside of the box (behind the window). I used Beacon Fabri-Tac glue because it dries fast and clear. I intended to put some blush on the cheeks of the bunny but I forgot and glued the face down...oops!
I also found (in my stash) a cool Jolee's Easter sticker which I positioned on the front of the box. This really saved on decoration time.
For the side of the box I glued on some Darice felt stickers that I purchased from HM Ben Franklin Crafts. I plan to use this cake box to deliver some Easter treats...perhaps some cupcakes or cookies. The box is another one of the pre-made kraft boxes available at HM BFC for an inexpensive price. If you can't locate the Paper Smooches die set, I'm sure that you can fashion your own bunny parts...not rocket science. I think the crazed bunny is hilarious! He got his just desserts.... he shouldn't have been tasting the goodies in the box anyway. LOL!