Friday, April 3, 2015

Moxxie {Easter Basket with Treat & Blog Hop}

I have a fun little project to share with you that's perfect for Easter! I used the beautiful new Springtime line from Moxxie aaaand it's the line you can win on our Moxxie blog hop! More details on how to enter at the end.
The colors are gorgeous and perfect for this project! I had so much fun creating this cute little basket and the adorable little treat that sits in it.
I started out with a full 12x12 sheet and scored in 3 inches from all sides. By doing that it should create squares in all four corners, I then went around and only cut one side of each square. Then you should be able to fold along the scored lines and have it start looking like a basket. I added adhesive to those squares and stuck all the sides together. Then to create the handle I cut two 1 inch strips adhered them together and onto the basket. Then added a brad on each side for additional support. 
For the front I took three different colored strips and used a Martha Stewart punch. I then added the swirly and tag from an older Moxxie line called Spring has Sprung.
Now for that adorable little "carrot" that is sitting in the basket. 
I followed an excellent tutorial HERE. On how to create this cute little "carrots". For a few extra details I used some green staples to hold the top and used a tag from the Spring has Sprung line and tied it on with some yellow twine.
Isn't that the sweetest bunny!? Here's a shot of the whole basket.

Now for more information about our amazing MOXXIE blog hop!
Here is our line up of inspiration:
(remember to comment along the way for more chances to WIN!)


All of the ways you can enter to WIN!: 
 Comment on the Moxxie blog.
(US addresses only please)
Extra chances to win include:
1- Comment- on any (or all) of the designers blogs (1 entry per comment per blog)
2- Facebook- share the blog hop post or one of the challenge posts (let us know by leaving a link on the Moxxie blog)
3- Pinterest- pin any (or all) of these wonderful projects (leave a link for each pin on the Moxxie blog)
4- Challenge- Enter your paper-made take on our SPRING challenge using the link up on the Moxxie challenge post. 3 extra entries if you use MOXXIE product! Link directly to your project or project post. (If it doesn't link directly to the page containing your project, it will be removed)
Commenting and Challenge end April 30th.
Winner announced Fri. May 1st.

Thanks for stopping by! :)



Moxxie Products I Used:
SPR-1520 Dandelion Wishes
SPR-1521 In Bloom
SPR-1522 Take Flight
SPR-1524 Springtime Cutouts

SS-4011 Spring Double Sided Diecuts
SS-2212 Element Sticker

17 comments:

  1. This is too cute, adore the "carrot" too!

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  2. This is too cute, adore the "carrot" too!

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  3. Love this! And the carrot is over the top! I have to make them for my kids!!

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  4. What a pretty basket! Thanks for the directions on how to make it. The carrot is adorable!!!

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  5. This is so fun and pretty! Totally makes me want to reach out and feel the layers. Beautiful!

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  6. your basket is super fun!!! LOVE the carrot!!!

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  7. This is just darling. Beautiful line for an Easter basket.

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  8. Love the little carrots, and perfect basket to go with!

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  9. Awesome basket! and I agree the carrot is a great idea

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  10. This is just the sweetest basket I've seen in a long time! You really put your heart and soul into this! I love that rabbit and I noticed the little chick on the side. I clicked on the pic and saw all the additional views you posted of this cute project! Too late for me to make for Easter, but there is always next year. I'm saving this so I can make some for next year! Love your layering of the border punch!

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  11. I love your adorable Easter basket and cute carrot! Makes it so much more fun!!

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  12. The basket and super-adorable carrot treat box are just so sweet!!!
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com
    HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

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