Can you believe it is Easter in a few days? I have been busy making some Easter Treat Baskets. Some were for my Easter class last week but I also have an Easter Night Markets tomorrow so I have been getting ready for them too. I thought I would show you some of the projects.
Here are some of the baskets I have made.
The Bermuda Bay and Melon Mambo baskets wereone we did at my Easter Class last week.We made them in the Bermuda Bay. This is made with the Envelope Punch Board. There are a number of similar tutorials on the internet but the one I used for this basket was by Deb Valder and you can find that HERE.
I stamped the ‘Easter Lamb’ on Sahara Sand and cut it with a Circle Framelit. Then I coloured the fleece with the white Gel Pen. I saw this idea on Pinterest which I thought was very clever. The greeting is from ‘Teeny Tiny Sentiments’ and I added a flower punched in Daffodil Delight using the ‘Itty Bitty Accents’ Punch pack.
I added a mini butterfly punched with the ‘Bitty Butterfly’ Punch too to finish it off.
Now these cute little bags are made with the Envelope Punch Board too. (Have you got one of these punch boards yet? They do more than just envelopes!. Add one to your next order.)
These little bags are called Bag in a Box baskets by Sam on Pootles. You can find the Youtube video to make these HERE. I used some retired Designer Series Paper.
The little flower basket image is from the set ‘Sprinkles of Life‘ which is the Ronald McDonald House Charities stamp set. I stamped the basket on Daffodil Delight and hand cut that out. I stamped the flowers and punched this out with the punch. Then they were coloured with the Stampin’ Write Markers. The sentiment was stamped on Tempting Turquoise and punched with the Word Window Punch. I tied it up with some Retired Daffodil Delight ribbon.
I have some more Easter ideas that I will share tomorrow so come back again. 🙂