Ginger Snap Crafts: Make Your Own Easter Crayon Boxes {tutorial}

Make Your Own Easter Crayon Boxes {tutorial}

On Friday I shared my ultimate Easter basket. Over the next few weeks I’ll be sharing the tutorials on some of the handmade things I included in my basket.  Today I’d love to show you how I made these cute Easter inspired DIY crayon boxes using my PSA Essentials stamps & my Silhouette.

make your own Easter crayon boxes with PSA Essentials

I was inspired by A Pumpkin & A Princess’s adorable crayon boxes that she made for Valentine’s Day, & Crystal also shares a tip for making your own crayon boxes if you don’t have a digital craft cutter. So pop over here to see hers.

make your own crayon boxes for kids

Since I do own a Silhouette I did a quick search in their online store for crayon boxes.  I bought the 3D crayon box for 8 crayons & downloaded it.  {Don’t forget about the ah-mazing Silhouette deals going on right now.}


So I opened up the crayon box using my Silhouette Studio Designer Edition.  When you open it up it’s already the perfect size, so you don’t have to do anything to it.  Just send it to your Silhouette to cut out using scrapbook paper or card stock.


While my Silhouette was cutting out the boxes I used my PSA Essentials Peel & Stick stamp & stamper to make some cute labels for my crayon boxes.

 crayola bunny stamp image

I used the bunny from this Peel & Stick Stamp set.  I love this stamp set.  I’ve used it before to make safari cupcake toppers for my sister’s baby shower.  So cute!

cupcake toppers 2

After I stamped the bunnies onto white card stock I punched them out with my paper punch.  I added a little color to their eyes & tummy with a colored pencil.

crayola box stamps

Then I used a glue stick to glue the labels onto my crayon boxes.

crayon box

Then I continued to assemble my boxes. They were really, really easy to put together.

crayon boxes

Then all that is left to do is fill your crayon boxes with crayons. ;) I know my kiddos are going to love these crayon boxes!

color boxescrayola colorscrayon box 3

Don’t forget to enter the Easter Basket Giveaway!
I’ll be back tomorrow showing you how I made the cute Bunny Treat Box!

Create your own Crayola Easter Basket Giveaway #giveaway #easter

You can check out all my other fun PSA Essentials projects here.

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This project & post were created for Ginger Snap Crafts by Ginger Bowie.

Disclosure: I am a member of the PSA Essentials Design Team. I received the stamp set & the stamping supplies I used for this project & post from PSA Essentials. For more great ideas on how to use these amazing stamps visit PSA Stamp Camp blog. I would also encourage you to become a facebook fan of PSA Essentials for great giveaway information & deals on PSA personalized and Peel & Stick stamps.

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  1. Aw, so cute! I have a PSA stamp too (it's a return address one) and it's great - very impressed with it!

  2. Such a fun and cute idea!! Pinned!

  3. Love those crayon boxes ... and the whimsical little bunny! Those would make such a great party favor. Thanks so much for sharing at Project Inspire{d}!

  4. That bunny is super adorable! And I love this idea... so darling! I love putting crayons and small toys into the kids' easter baskets instead of all the candy. Looks perfect for Easter!

  5. Adorable! I love my PSA stamp. This is so fun!

  6. What a super cute idea to have in the baskets instead of so much sugar!!!

  7. So adorable! My little artist would love this in his basket.


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