Saturday 30 March 2024

Easter Basket

These are the cute Easter Baskets I made for the girls that attended my Everyday Details Card Class.

Since the class was between Good Friday and Easter Sunday I thought they would make the perfect pillow gift. I did fill them with chocolate eggs, a couple chocolate bunnies and a carrot.

I also like to spoil the attendees with a little treat so I made everyone a Rice Crispy Birds Nest.


  1. Cut Fresh Freesia Cardstock to 7-1⁄2” x 7-1⁄2”. Score one side at 2-1⁄2” and 5. Turn paper clockwise, then score again at 2-1⁄2” and 5”. Cut into scorelines up to middle section, add adhesive to corner sections and assemble basket base.
  2. Cut 12” strips of Designer Series Paper to 3⁄4” x 3”. Score 1⁄2 along the bottom. Add adhesives to the ends, then adhere to basket base with the strips slightly bending.
  3. Cut Fresh Freesia Cardstock to 2-1⁄2” x 2-1⁄2” and adhere to the bottom.
  4. Cut Fresh Freesia Cardstock to 1⁄2” x 8-1⁄2”, add adhesive to both ends and glue to the outside of the basket.
  5. Cut Designer Series Paper to 12” x 1⁄2”, add adhesive to the full length and adhere around the top edge of the basket.
  6. Die-cut 2 intricate flowers from Basic White Cardstock with Thoughtful Expressions Dies and adhere one to each side of the basket.
  7. Embellish basket with Pastel Sequins.

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Creatin with Sharon

Hello, I'm Sharon, I am a Stampin' Up! demonstrator. I love to create lovely projects. I started this blog, so I could share my creative designs with everyone. Thanks for visiting!

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