I always like creating things for the people I work with especially during the holidays. Easter is coming up soon and I have been seeing a lot of inspiration around the internet. So I decided to search for my next project. I came across the Easter Bunny Gable Gift Box on Lori Whitlock’s Blog/Shop and decided to try my hand at creating one. As soon as I clicked on her site, I instantly fell in love with her designs. So much so, I purchased and downloded a few more items which I’ll demonstrate in the near future. I’m new to the paper crafting scene and have been coming across a lot of neat blogs, shops etc. So back to this box!! I have never done a favor box before and thought this would be great to gift.


I was surprised at how user friendly her file was. It came with 2 options; a pdf and a SVG file (cut file). I uploaded the SVG file into Cricut Design Space. I didn’t have to resize it because it was already scaled to how big I wanted it.  I was so proud of how the first one turned out, I began creating the rest and wanted to create some for my husband’s coworkers too. That’s when I realized I ran out of the cardstock used for the box. Unfortunately, the store I get the paper from only had 4 sheets left :(.  That was a sad day. I was able to create only 9 boxes. Bummer!! I am still in search of another print that will suffice.  Hopefully, I will find an alternate before Easter!!

After cutting out all of the pieces, I assembled them. First the box, then the bunny, and finally the “Happy Easter” sentiment. After the boxes were assembled, I stuffed them with Biodegradable Easter Grass (who knew they made biodegradable grass!) and individually wrapped chocolates. I then sealed it with bakers twine that I’ve had for like a year that matched the sentiment accent papers. Viola!! The finished product….


These boxes are too stinkin’ cute and I am so happy I found them. I’m sure my coworkers will be “hoppy” to receive these!!


Project Materials Used (for 1 box):

Cricut Explore Air 2

Cricut Design Space

Cricut Scoring Tool

Lori Whitlocks Easter Bunny Gable Gift Box Template

12 x 12 Cardstock (used BoBunny Double Dot Designs in Coral Chevron)


White Cardstock (from stash)

Pink Cardstock (from stash)

Black Cardstock (from stash)

Green Patterned Cardstock (used Pebbles Basics Cardmaking Pad- Hobbycraft.co.uk)

Archival Ink Pad (in Jet Black)

Clear “Happy Easter” Stamp (Clear Magic Singles)

Stamp Block

Pink Dove Craft Glitter Glue (for accents on ears and feet)

Green and White Bakers Twine

Foam Dots  (gave dimension to bunny and sentiment)

E-Z Runner Adhesive

ZIG 2-Way Glue Pen

Biodegradable Pink Easter Grass

Individually wrapped chocolates


FullSizeRenderI created this adorable card for my coworker’s son who was turning one. I had been asked to create a super hero themed banner for his one year smash cake photo shoot and it came out lovely so I decided to try my hand at making a birthday card verses doing what I usually do and buy one. How hard could it be….right?!  So putting my creativity to the test, I buckled down and locked myself in my craft cave and for 4.5 hours with much trial and error (still learning to use my machine), I was able to create my very first birthday card. I’m actually proud at how it turned out and would you know it, this process has opened me up to another world of crafting. Card making!!

I used the following materials to create this card:

Cricut Explore Air 2

Cricut Design Space & Images ( I’m a subscriber to Cricut Access)

Super Hero Bear from Teddy Bear Parade Cartridge

Moon from Solar System Catridge

Note Card (Cloud) from Cricut Craft Room Basics

Badaboom Font from DaFont.com

Cardstock form my stash- Not sure of what brands

         *glitter silver, glitter red, white, yellow, blue, black, smoke

ZIG 2 Way glue- favorite glue!!

Sharpie Permanant Marker

Glue gun