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Sunday, January 12, 2014

Design Candy baskets with your stamps

Hello lovely ladies...

Hope you all had a lovely start of the year 2014 !!

Most people love and even prefer hand-made over store bought gifts and also prefer to make them more precious by giving them handmade presentations. Gift baskets are as fun to make as they are to receive. The choice of the basket or similar container can also help define the sentiment and theme.


What if I suggest  you to design your own gift baskets using stamps...??

As you all know our current challenge is on making 3 D boxes, bags , baskets or any altered or recycled gifting item. Today I'm here to inspire you with my paper candy basket using Justrite stamps. I myself got inspired  to make the same by Marisa Job's candy basket. You can also click to her blog link to see the instructions she used while making this basket. I have used Justrite Clear Stamps - Enjoy The Day and Spellbinders Vintage Labels Four die set to create the four sides of basket .The handle of the basket is made using MS vintage Doily Lace Punch and decorated with black ribbon and pearls.
The flowers are handmade with Joycrafts floral flourish.


Instructions: 
I have tried two baskets using same technique and also took same dimensions for the base but with two different stamps from same stamp set.
1. Cut a black card stock measuring 4 3/4" by 4 3/4 '' and score all sides at 1/2 an inch.
Cut extra corner.


2. Again take 1/4" on all the four sides and make a slit. Cut it diagonally. This will make the base of the basket.


3. Stamp four images with justrite - Enjoy the day stamp with deep maroon (currant) Adirondack ink and fussy cut the edges. I have cut the base of the image to give a flat look to the basket.
4. Cut four pieces using black card stock with Spellbinder's Vintage Label Four and cut the base.




5. Color all the stamped images with distress markers/inks /copics.

6. Construct the four sides of the basket by sandwiching one stamped image and one vintage label die-cut to the base of the basket using red tacky tape or with any strong glue. 





7. Lift all the sides and tie them with a ribbon bow and decorate the basket as per your choice.Here is the complete look....of both 



And this one without handle...


 A little close-ups of both...







Aren't 
these pretty??Show your friends and family your love with beautiful handmade baskets made
 from your very own heart and hands!

So...what are you waiting for??
Just give yourself a little try on handmade presentations for your gifts for your loved ones. 
Also don't forget to participate in our current challenge,boxes/bags /baskets,hosted by my co Dt Tanvi




All the supplies used are available at The Craft Store or you can even customize your orders with Priya Sivaraj. 

16 comments:

  1. Super awesome!! Thanks for sharing.

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  2. The baskets look terrific! Thanks for sharing aunty :)

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  3. mind-blowing work and thank you for sharing the tutorial

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  4. mindblowing work...thank you for sharing the tutorial

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  5. This is superb... Thank u a lot for sharing.. A great idea..

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  6. awesome as usual Rajni, it would be so great if there was a printable like the basket for those like me who dont know to work with scrapbooking stuff

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  7. Beautiful Di...definitely gonna try this.

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  8. beautiful tut di..will surely try this

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  9. Super awesome. ..and thanks for lovely tutorial....

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  10. Oh my this is just beautiful. Thanks for the tutorial I am gonna have to try this one.
    Linda K.

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  11. What a fabulous gifting idea....your basket looks so beautiful.Thanks for sharing the tutorial Rajniji :)

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  12. OMG!! Is this a simple black CS?? turned into beauty!! Chocolates...? naaaa..... I will prefer this candy basket.. ;) Surly give a try.. Thank you so much for sharing Rajni di. :)

    Priya....Color Conceptions rocks. :)

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  13. Great tutorial.Thanks for sharing.

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