Sunday, March 15, 2015

Easter Basket's


Are you ready for Easter? 
 These little Easter Basket's made using the Envelope Punch Board make great treat holders. Mine hold 5 Hersey's eggs. You could use any chocolate candy you like.


Here's how I made them. You will need the following items.

6 x 6 square of card stock
envelope punch board
ribbon and buttons
small clothespin
eyelet for tag
scalloped circle punch
adhesive
paper grass and candies

Place the 6 x 6 card stock in the envelope punch board and make the first punch at 1 3/8" then score. The next punch is at 4" and score. Rotate the paper and line up the score line punch and score. Continue on all sides. Use corner rounder at the top of the envelope punch board on all corners
 This is the shape you should have.



The next step is to cut the card stock on the score lines along the longest tabs on each side. Cut up to the horizontal score line. Now punch your handle by lining up the two largest tabs. Crease all lines and your ready to assemble. Use adhesive (I used glue dots) on the inside corner of each side piece.
Your done!

Now just decorate.  I made a tag and stamped the cute chick and sentiment You Crack Me Up from the stamp set "For Peep's Sake". I used coordinating ribbon and buttons. The clothespins are stamped with eggs using a stamp included in the set.

If you would like to make these using the Stampin Up products I used I will list them below.  The ribbon and buttons were Free items with $50 purchase from the Sale-A- Bration catalog, Best Day Ever Accessory Pack. You can visit my website and order at

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 Happy Crafting!!!

Bye, Bye for Now,
KIM



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    1. Thanks for the comment, did you find the instructions clear?

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