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Happy Easter Basket

Yesterday the Try a New Technique Challenge was to stamp with rubber bands. You wrapped them around a wood or acrylic block and then inked them with Versamark before stamping them onto your project.  I couldn’t figure out how I would incorporate the technique into a card, but I did think it would make for some great texture on this basket.  The template is a Timeless Template by Lauren Meader and you can find them at Papertrey Ink

To make the basket I simply printed the template onto my Bashful Blue card stock and then stamped the rubber band wrapped block in versamark onto it.  I rounded the top edges of the woven pieces with my 3/16″ corner rounder and then sponged them with Bashful Blue ink.  I attached the handle with Jumbo eyelets using my Crop-a-dile. 

To make the main image panel I stamped the bird 4 times, once on the main image layer, twice on scrap Whisper White card stock and once on So Saffron card stock.  I then paper pieced the bird and shell.  I just love this little chick from A Good Egg. To make the scallop rectangle, I used several punched scallop squares and simply overlapped them.  I finished it off with the sentiment and ribbon.  I thought about filling the basket with candy and then realized the kids at it all so I didn’t get to finish it off completely.  Colin loves this basket and has already claimed it as his own.  I now have to make one for Evan. 

Yesterday I got a lot accomplished around the house.  I was hoping I’d get spring weather sooner if my house was spring cleaned.  I’m now crossing my fingers that it will work.  Today can hopefully get more stamping done.  Have a great Tuesday!

Jenn

All supplies are Stampin’ Up! and can be purchased online at http://igotstamps.stampiup.netStamps: A Good Egg
Paper: Bashful Blue, Certainly Celery, Whisper White, So Saffron
Ink: Basic Gray, Bashful Blue, Apricot Appeal, Not Quite Navy, Rose Red
Accessories: corner rounder, sponge, rubber bands, versamark, scallop square punch, word window punch, so saffron ribbon (sab), sticky strip
Techniques: rubber band stamping
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7 responses »

  1. Awesome basket. The pastels work so wonderfully here, I am so intimidated by them.

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  2. Super cute! Love the ‘thatching’!

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  3. Awesome Jenn! That technique is perfect for your weaved basket!!! CUTE!

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  4. Oh, this is SOOOO cute! Love what you did with the technique… I ended up scrapping my card because I just couldn’t get it to look the way I wanted it to. 🙂

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  5. Wowzers!! This is AMAZING!! Love it! Sounds like you got a lot done yesterday, everything except a nap…don’t be a slacker and let me down now! hee! hee!

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  6. I love your basket. I will have to make one soon!

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  7. This is sooo cute I just love it!

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