Thursday, March 17, 2016

Sunburst Thinlits Easter Basket

I'm so excited about these adorable little Easter baskets. Another day of experimenting with the Sunburst Thinlits Die and I came up with this design. I just love the way it looks like a miniature market basket. I lined the inside and the bottom with the pretty Brights Designer Paper. The best part is, that I'll show you how to make them with my video tutorial above. All the supplies you'll need for this project are available for purchase HERE!

Wouldn't these Easter baskets look excellent on your Easter table? Add a name to the basket and it could become a place holder. OR you could put them on a tray and have them sitting out to greet your friends and guests. Whatever you do with them, your recipients will love them.

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Happy Crafting!!

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  1. You are so wonderfully creative and clever, Brenda! OMGoodness, these are Adorable! What an unexpected use for that Sunburst Thinlit, too; I Am WoWeD!!! They're adorable; TFS!

  2. Adorable baskets and great tutorial, Brenda! Do the Stampin' Up dies/thinlets fit in the Cuttlebug?

  3. Thanks Ann!! I just did a little search and you can use thinlits in the Cuttlebug, so as long as they fit through the opening, they should work. The Sunburst Thinlits Die measures approximately 4-7/8" wide by 6-3/8" long. Just let me know if you have any other questions. Take care, Brenda