Daisy Duck Easter Candy Box


How cute is this? Make your own Daisy Duck Easter candy box! Here’s how!

What You’ll Need

Download Daisy Duck Easter Candy Box

Regular paper or cardstock


Glue or tape

How To Make It

1 Use scissors or a craft knife to cut out Daisy’s body and each of her arms. Do not cut along dashed lines in the body or arms — these lines are where you will fold the paper.

2 Take Daisy’s body and make all of the folds along the dashed lines for the body and the tabs. Make each fold away from you except for Daisy’s legs. For Daisy’s legs, fold the top dashed line toward you and the bottom dashed line away from you. This will help Daisy sit on the edge of a table or shelf.

3 Glue the tabs to the inside of Daisy’s body. Follow the curve of Daisy’s waist. The glued tabs will create an open box on Daisy’s back.

4 Fold each of Daisy’s arms in half along the dashed line and glue the two sides together. Be careful to not get glue on the outer tabs of the arms. Fold those outward and use them as a base to attach the arms to Daisy’s body.

5 For the left arm, cut the cover of the candy box (that says “Happy Valentine’s Day”) out and fold the tab on it away from you. Glue the tab to the space provided on the hand, being careful to glue only the tab so that the box top flaps open. Once the pieces have dried, glue the picture of chocolates to the light pink inside of the box in Daisy’s hand so the candies appear to be inside the box when you lift the top flap.

6 Glue each arm to Daisy’s sides.

7 Drop a few pieces of candy into the box formed on Daisy’s back and make a special delivery!


**Craft and pic from Disney Family

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