Friday, March 25, 2016

As Seen on TV: Video Tutorial for Spring Basket

I had the pleasure of filming a Creative Corner segment that will air on ciLiving today. (For those of you who live outside of Central Illinois (ci), ciLiving is our CBS affiliate afternoon talk show that shares human interest and community stories.) I demonstrated how to make cardstock baskets that would be perfect for spring gift-giving. Whether you make them for Easter or table favors for a Mother's Day tea, these cute little baskets are sure to be a hit!
Stampin' Up! Flower Shop Spring Easter Basket Box -- VIDEO Tutorial
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Watch my segment on ciLiving here.

 You can also learn how to make this basket by watching the video tutorial I created at home:
  1. Score a 6" x 6" piece of cardstock at 2" and 4". Rotate the cardstock and score again at 2" x and 4".
  2. Cut both score lines up to the perpendicular score line on opposite sides.
  3. Fold on all score lines.
  4. Decorate with 1-3/4" x 1-3/4" Designer Paper squares in each corner.
  5. Fold the sides of the basket up and secure one end of the 1/2" x 11" handle with the Handheld Stapler. Do the same on the other side.
  6. Cover the staple with ribbon or other embellishment.

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HJ said...

What a pretty and fun basket, Julie. I love the different colors and your directions will make it simple for me to CASE. Have a wonderful weekend.

Laurie Zoellmer said...

Super cute! Love all of your designs, very pretty!!!

Laura said...

such a cute basket... I love it.. I doubled the size and its really cool.. thanks for the great basket..

luvstoscrap said...

I'll be making several of these spring baskets for friends at Easter time or before. It looks to be a quick and simple project for always busy card makers who want to do something a little bit different! Thanks, Julie!

Unknown said...

I love this little basket, it is so quick and easy and will make a cute holder for a litter treat on the plates for my Easter brunch.
Thanks Deborah