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How to make Easter raisin boxes for kids - fun Easter craft - great for Easter baskets - Eats Amazing UK
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Fun Easter Raisin Boxes

These cute Easter themed raisin boxes are perfect for Easter baskets, fun Easter snacks or to pack in a lunch box in the run up to Easter. Let the kids get crafty and make their own - they'll love having a healthy snack to eat at the end of their crafting session!
Prep Time10 mins
Total Time10 mins
Course: Party Food, Snack
Cuisine: Easter, Vegetarian
Servings: 8 raisin boxes
Author: Grace Hall


  • 8 raisin boxes
  • 4 sheets pastel coloured paper (I used yellow, pink, green and purple)
  • pencil
  • ruler
  • scissors
  • glue
  • black orange and pink felt tip pens
  • 4 flower and butterfly decorations


  • Stack the pieces of paper together and, using a raisin box as a guide, mark out a strip across the top page as wide as the length of a raisin box.
  • Cut the strips from the paper. I used 4 different colours of paper and cut them all out at the same time to save time, so I got 4 strips at a time.
  • Repeat until you have as many strips as you need to cover the number of raisin boxes you want to decorate.
  • Wrap each box in a strip of paper and glue together.
  • Decorate the boxes with felt tip pens, decorations and other craft supplies as wanted.
  • For the chick, draw a simple beak and eyes on a yellow covered box. For the Easter Bunny, cut out two ears and glue them to the box, then draw on a bunny face to finish it. For the flower, glue a daisy decoration to the front of a green covered box, and for the butterfly, stick your butterfly decoration to a coloured box of your choice.