How to Make Cute Easter Bunny Shadow Boxes
LEARN TO MAKE FUN EASTER BUNNY SHADOW BOXES ON YOUR CRICUT CUTTING MACHINE
I have another fun shadow box for you today!
This Easter Bunny Shadow Box can be resized to any shadow box size you may want to use. Of course, I include the particular shadow box I am using within the Materials LIst.
Use foam squares to add more dimension or just stack the different layers as I do.
In this tutorial, I’ll give you my step by step instructions and tell you what materials I think work best when making this project.
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EASTER BUNNY SHADOW BOX – MATERIALS LIST
- I am using my Cricut Maker. You could also use your Cricut Explore Air 2, Cricut Explore 3, or Cricut Maker 3!
- Cricut StandardGrip Cutting Mat (green)
- Cardstock. I am using my standard white cardstock, pinks, purple, blues, and orange.
- Shadow Box
- Foam Squares (optional)
- Glue or adhesive
- Cricut Scraper
- Cricut Brayer
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So sweet. Thank you for this and all the designs in your arsenal Nick. You are appreciated! how😊🐰
Hello Nick. I am loving this event and will be kind of sad when it ends. I have been having a terrible time with white card stock cutting properly. I have tried 3 different brands and white just seems to be a nightmare. I’ve tried, new blades, new mats (blue and green), I’ve used my brayer and I have my cut sent to the intricate cutting mode. Do you have a card stock brand you would recommend that doesn’t drag and shear the paper? Thank you for these patterns and tutorials, I look forward to more of them in the future.
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