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Created by: Stephanie Klauck
My kids and I love using our creative talents to make fun little surprises for their classmates during the different holidays throughout the school year, and Easter is no exception! We decided to make fun little Easter baskets this year that held some chocolate treats. No gift is complete without a card, so we made matching cards as well. Grab some supplies and follow the instructions below to make this fun little Easter treat!
Supplies from The Paper Mill Store .com:
- Quickutz Silhouette
- Quickutz Silhouette Bunny Basket Template
- Hero Arts Stamp
- Hero Arts Shadow Ink
- Colorbox Chalk Ink
- Cut out the template for the Easter bunny basket in the colors needed to assemble the final project (I used green, pink, white and black cardstock) You'll want to cut the actual bunny parts out twice so you can use them for the card as well.
- Before you assemble the box part of the template, stamp swirl design with green shadow ink. (You can use any design for the box; it just adds a little bit of interest to the finished project.)
- Assemble the box and bunny head and adhere all pieces to the box.
- To create the grass inside the basket, cut vellum into thin strips and crinkle up. Add desired amount to the inside of the box.
- Finish it off with some chocolate candy treats!
- Create card from green cardstock measuring 3-1/4" x 2-3/4".
- Print sentiment on brown cardstock measuring 2-1/2" x 2-1/4" and adhere to front of card.
- Assemble the bunny head and adhere to the front of the card. I used the feet as hands and adhered them slightly under the head to make it look as though the bunny was peeking over the cardstock piece that says "Happy Easter."
- Now you have an adorable Easter treat that any child would love!