SVG Cuts has an assembly video posted on her site which helped alot, and with ten of these to make, by the time I was half way through, I was getting faster at it. One change I did make to the original cut file was to increase the height of the box by half an inch because I wanted to be sure it would be deep enough to hold at least six pizzelle cookies.
Nadia of Glittering Eyes blog a few years back. My bunnies for my boxes are from the "Easter Title and Bunnies" cutting file from My Scrap Chick. Cut them out on plain white cardstock and colored them with Copics...much easier and faster than having to load and reload all the different colored papers for each piece to be cut on the Silhouette. I used the grassy borders die from Die-namics for the grass under the windows and a Punch Bunch mini daisy punch for the flowers. Flower embellishments on the tops of the eggs are a combination of petals from silk flowers I took apart and flowers from All Natural Accents and Prima.
SVG Cuts does an awesome job of creating cutting files that even I can put together! What's really neat is how you can completely change it up by the papers you select...from vintage to elegant to whimsical...so FUN!
Hope everyone is having a fabulous and fun Easter weekend! Have a few more Easter projects to share but will save for next time.