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3D Paper Easter Eggs: Free Easter Egg SVG Files

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Easter is a fun time to get crafty! And after you all went crazy for my Valentine’s candy hearts, I decided to create 3D Paper Easter Eggs with Free Easter Egg SVG Files!

I was already up the Easter craft ally a couple weeks back with my DIY Bunny Shadow box tutorial.

The best part? All 6 of my Easter egg designs are completely free in the holiday section of the craft resource library AND you can fill these with candy, confetti or a small toy for a unique Easter gift! Or add them to your own personalized Easter bucket.

There are four pictures in this graphic. All the photos are different angles of the paper Easter eggs of varying colors on a teal background.

At the bottom of this post you will find a step-by-step video tutorial to see just how easy it is to put these adorable free Easter egg SVG files together.

3D Paper Easter Egg Supplies

Here are the supplies you will want for this craft:

Download these free templates by signing up via the teal button below. If you are already a member, then login right here and find it in the Holiday section. Remember to use the password you were given in the first email. Need help entering the vault? Read this helpful post here.

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3D Paper Easter Eggs – Step-by-Step Instructions

Directions (see video below for full details)

  1. Cut out your Easter eggs. I scaled mine to fill an 8.5 x 11 page. You can also do 12 x 12 paper.
  2. Fold all the tabs inwards and the egg shapes upwards.
  3. Work with only one side at a time and glue the tabs to one of the egg’s inner side.
  4. Place your candy etc. inside the egg then seal it with glue on the opposite side.
  5. Place your decorative overlay on the top of your egg.
  6. Enjoy!
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How To Make 3D Paper Easter Egg Candy Holders

Active Time: 1 hour
Total Time: 1 hour
Difficulty: Easy

Create these easy, cute 3D paper Easter eggs that can hold candy, notes, toys or other goodies! Follow these easy steps and use my free templates for more Easter fun!



  1. Use scissors or your Cricut cutting machine to cut out your Easter Egg parts. You can scale the size of your eggs to fill an 8.5" x 11" page or 12" x 12" paper.
  2. Fold all the tabs inward.
  3. Fold all the egg shapes upward.
  4. Glue to the tabs to the inside edges of the egg, using one side only.
  5. Put the candy or toys inside the egg.
  6. Glue the opposite side of the egg so that you have sealed your candy inside the egg.
  7. Glue your decorative overlay over the top of the sealed egg.
  8. Enjoy!

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  1. Hello! I have bought several of your flower svg files and love them! But I cannot find the link to download the egg svg cut file for this project. Can you let me know where the pink button you refer to? Thanks so much!

    1. Hi Jay! Thanks for letting me know about the link disappearing. Please check the post again you will see a link below the supply area. 🙂