We are so excited to expand our selection of handmade cards now that we carry more cardstock colors in our shop. This papercut bunny card that Emily designed is perfect for Easter. Plus it’s so fun to assemble!

Since there are so many small and intricate pieces to this card, we recommend using a cutting machine. Otherwise you can cut all of the pieces by hand using detail scissors.

We only have one other Easter card on our site — a simple, printable version. So we are loving all of the cute, layered details that make up this papercut bunny card. Once you’ve cut all of the pieces, our tutorial will show you how to layer everything and where to add even more detail with your brush markers.

Using our template below, you can make as many cards as you’d like. And you can even write a little “Happy Easter” note on the front, or use the back if you want to write a longer message. Whoever you send this handmade card to, they will definitely be delighted!

Skill level: Beginner

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  • Cutting Machine (recommended)
  • Needle-Nose Tweezers
  • Tombow Adhesive Dot Roller Glue
  • Kai 5″ Detail Scissors
  • Karin Brush Marker — Sepia, Almond, and Soft Peach


  • Cardstock Paper — Sky, Mauve, Peach, Ecru, Grasshopper, Spanish Moss, Waterside Fern (coming soon), Bluebells (coming soon)

How to Make a Papercut Bunny Card

  1. Gather your tools and materials. Then download the template below.
  2. Cut out paper pieces according to the template.
  3. Use roller glue to attach the grass layer to the blue layer. Glue only around the edges, avoiding the middle to leave the pocket.
  4. Place the top egg shaped layer.

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