Critter Tops set (Doodle Pantry) and cropped the ears off him and then layered them onto this Sitting Marci (La-La Land Crafts), see below:
This cute basket is so easy to make too! I’ve created a li’l tutorial for you, but I give credit to the original idea from the very talented Dawn Burnsworth =) I started with a 9x9” square of designer paper, although you can make it with a 6x6” as well. You can use cardstock or cardstock-weight designer paper (best). You split the square into 3rds, so for a 9x9” you would score every 3” on both sides, edge to edge. For a 6x6” you would score every 2”. Then you cut just 2 opposite sides from the edge (on the score line) up to the middle score line. Here are some pictures:
Next, you bring in the flaps, overlapping one over the other, and you will have a bit sticking out on the other side of your triangle, so hold the flaps in place and cut off the parts sticking out. Then go back and tape those flaps in place. The 2nd set of flaps you don’t have to do that with because they are behind your front flaps and won’t show.
Repeat on other side. Add handles and decorate!! Oh, and can’t forget to fill it with all kinds of treats for the kiddos, or whomever your recipient will be =) ENJOY!
NEW RUBBER IN THE HOUSE!!
The three newest digis are now available in rubber stamps!! You can now purchase the adorable Dress Up Marci, Fireman Luka, and Jesalyn on the blog and when you add them to your cart, you can also add items from the webshop and only pay one shipping! =)
CHALLENGES I’M ENTERING THIS INTO:
Digital Tuesday Challenge – Easter Parade
Everybody Art Challenge – Easter
Bugaboo Stamp – anything goes
Ellephantastic – Not a rectangle or square
Little Claires – Spring Celebrations
Aly’s Sunday Sketch – Bunnies
Stampin’ Sisters in Christ – for a child
I Did It Challenge – anything goes
One Stitch at a Time – 3D
Critter Sketch Challenge blog – fancy folds