Monday, March 16, 2009

Spring basket






Here is a Spring Basket I made with SU's Tea Party DSP and Apricot Appeal cardstock. I used my Nestibilities with my Cuttlebug and my circle punch as well. I got my inspiration from Dawn's fantastic website. I will be making this basket again for Easter for my granddaughters. I'm waiting to get some stamps that are winging their way to my house as I type.

When I watched the video; I wanted to make the basket right away and I didn't waste any time in creating this tiny basket. It was very easy to make and Dawn has some great tutorials on her site.

13 comments:

Jenny said...

That is super cute! Great job!

Riet said...

what a beautiful tas oma.

hugs Riet.x

kimevans said...

How cute!!! I love this paper, too! You've done a beautiful job with the basket - it's going to be a great gift :-)
TFS!!
Kim

Dianne said...

That is so cute Oma!!

debhorst said...

what a cute basket!! thanks for the link to the tutorial--will have to check it out. Oh by the way--thanks for becoming one of my followers! Welcome to my stampin family!! I hope you enjoy stopping in and that you find inspiration while there!!

Cindy said...

Beautiful Basket,Love the paper you used. I found you from Nancy's site on Canadian bloggers, jsut wondering where in Ontario you live. I'm from Aurora, and just became a Stampn' Up Dealer and have some blog candy on my blog. Have a look.
Cindy van Oorschot

Natalie said...

This is lovely Oma. x

Shary said...

Gorgeous little spring basket,it is almost spring like here today, the sun is out but still cold.
Thank you very much for the translation, it helped. x

Lea said...

What a pretty little basket! I love it!

Michelle said...

What a cute basket - I'm going to have to check out the blog so I can make one!

Scrapmumur said...

OH... this is fantastic creation!
Lovely papers used and great work.
Hugs, mumur

Littlebear said...

This basket is beautiful. The papers are so pretty.
Clare x

Chris (Wellnifty) said...

It's so pretty, I love the papers you've used, and thanks for the link to Dawns blog.

Chris x