Good morning Steph Ackerman here with an Easter centerpiece.
This would be lovely on the center of the Easter table.
Scoring Tool: Scor-pal
Stamp: Justrite Stampers
Punch, Stickers: EKSuccess
Starting with a sheet of 12" x 12" cardstock, score at 3 1/2" and 8 1/2". Rotating the cardstock, score again at 3 1/2" and 8 1/2". Cut to the score lines on all four corners, creating the flaps for the basket.
Using Scor-tape, apply the tape the smaller ends and fold the larger up to create the basket base.
Using a Spellbinders Scalloped die, die cut coordinating cardstock to add around the basket.
Stamp an image on coordinating cardstock, then die cut with the same Spellbinders die. Score 1/2" from the top edge and fold over. Add Scor-tape and align the stamped piece so that the scallops are slightly offset. Fold the scored edge into the basket to create a finished edge.
To create the handle, cut a strip of coordinating cardstock 1 1/2" x 12". Score at 1/4" and 1/2" from both long edges for a little dimension. Ink edges and staple to the sides of the basket.
Cut 1" strips of coordinating cardstock and create rosettes by scoring every 1/4".
For the sides of the basket, I created double rosettes, creating the top rosette using cardstock cut to 1" x 12" and the bottom rosette using cardstock cut to 1 1/2" x 12". The small rosette was scored every 1/4" and the large rosette was scored every 1/2". The rosettes were adhered together and then adhered to the sides of the basket.
Create six small rosettes in multiple colors and add coordinating 1 1/2" punched circles on top. Add letter stickers to the top of each rosette. Add color to the letter stickers with Gold Smooch Ink.
Cut 3 strips of cardstock each 1" x 9" and score every 1/4". Adhere together and use these as egg holders.
Place the eggs in their holders inside the basket.