Hi everyone :)
It’s Saturday! And I am sure that there are one or 2 of you out there that is doing a little happy dance on the inside (and possibly outside) like me! It has been a crazy busy week here at Kaiser HQ however I wanted to share with you these little easter baskets that are perfect for your Easter Egg Hunt on Easter morning…
We have used All That Glitters for ours but you could make then out of whichever collection was your favourite!
- Trim off the lower narrow edging strip, then fold sheet into thirds (each third should be 4”). Turn sheet 90 degrees, then fold into thirds again; When unfolded the fold lines should create nine equal squares . Score each corner square diagonally from the outer corner to the inner one – don’t score through the middle square.
- For the cube basket: Bring folds inwards to form a box. The diagonal folds should be extending into the volume of the box; tape these down securely against the sides.
- For the splayed basket: Punch a small hole in each corner of the sheet. Bring folds inwards as with previous cube basket; again, the diagonal folds should be extending into the volume of the basket. Thread ribbon through the punched holes, then draw up tightly and tie to secure. Leave long tails of ribbon hanging.
- For each cube basket cut a contrasting circle (SHINE (reverse) or TWINKLE (reverse)) with the circle punch. For each cube basket create a Scallop tag from SHINE or TWINKLE, and for each splayed basket a Basic one. Position rhinestone letter on tag and embellish with rhinestones and sparklets.
- For each splayed basket punch a small hole near the top of the punched circle and then thread this and the tag through one of the ribbon tails. Tie a bow to secure in place. For each cube basket adhere the punched circle to the front. Thread ribbon through the eyelets of the tag then secure at back of box, ensuring the tag is centered at front.
Some other variations we did were with the Egg Page PS395 on the tag and a chipboard alpha so there were no fights over who’s was who’s!