Monday, March 18, 2013

Easter Basket Cutie!

Before I get to my project I want to thank Joy for being so sweet and allowing me to share on her blog this week!!!! I'm beyond excited and appreciate so much the opportunity to share with all of you other Joy-fans!! ;) Of course you will see these projects on my blog as well. I hope you'll enjoy what I have for you this week and thank you again, Miss Joy for letting me invade your bloggy space. ♥ 

Ok so....Easter-- it's coming up sooner than you think.....next weekend, in fact! Are you ready? This little basket will go to some of my grands. I love sending them the goodies I make and they love receiving them, so it's always a win-win! ;) For this project I used the ever adorable and often forgotten older Cricut cartridge, Doodlecharms. The simple images are so sweet and just what I needed to add charm to this little berry basket. 
The bunny and bushel basket, as well as the paws (hearts) are all from the Doodlecharms cart. The face is, of course, by Peachy Keen Stamps as is the sentiment. I did add the whiskers (invisible thread) and cute little tooth. The carrot is handcut and the tops are a spellbinders foliage die.
The actual Easter basket is a die by Quickutz, called berry basket.
The handle, isn't it sweet!?, is a border die also by Quickutz.
In case you're wondering what the greenery is inside, they are dyed coffee filter carrots filled with speckled robin eggs and tied with twine. Cute huh??? Pinterest inspired. Gotta love Pinterest!
Product List: Cricut Cartridge, Doodlecharms Quickutz border die, berry basket die, talk bubble die Spellbinders foliage die My Creative Time, stitched button dies, chocolate bunny die Peachy Keen cute and cuddly faces assortment, PK-440 Peachy Keen baby Easter bunny sentiment, PK-193 Pattern paper by October Afternoon Copic marker, glossy accents, invisible thread, ink, white pen
 

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37 comments:

  1. Fabulous projects...love the cute basket!!! ps...love your blog Shar...you design the most fab projects!!! Lee-Ann :)

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  2. TOTALLY Cute!
    Have a Wonderful Day,
    Migdalia

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  3. Great job, Shar! Cutest bunny ever!

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  4. Very cute! I don't make anything for Easter yet. I have a new nephew though so I look forward to making things for him. :)

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  5. Awwwww how sweet! Darling carrots too!
    Pam
    scrap-n-sewgranny.blogspot.com

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  6. So adorable! Love the basket and bunny and the carrots are too cute! Thanks for sharing! lindagk23

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  7. omg this is adorable!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


    roisemini@gmail.com
    www.scraplovingminis.blogspot.com

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  8. Such a cute basket! I'm sure your grandchildren will love them!

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  9. Super Cute! What a great Idea with the coffee filter carrots!

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  10. That is so cute. My great-grandson would love it

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  11. What an adorable basket, love the little bunny's face. So so cute.

    Anne :)
    anmatt1@aol.com

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  12. Super cute and fun stuff! I especially love the carrots! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  13. Very Cute!!! I really need some of those Peachy Keen Stamps, the face is so cute!!

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  14. that is such a cute project! I don't have the doodlecharms cartridge. How did you die the coffee filters? My grands would just love this.

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  15. That is super adorable!!! Your talent is amazing! :D

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  17. Shar ~ this is seriously ADORABLE! The bunny, the basket, the little details! Simply CUUUTE! I said this so many time but I LOVE the paper and you used my FAVORITE cartridge!! Okay the carrot treats are so CLEVER! Can't wait to see what else you have in store for us this week! CONGRATS!!!

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  18. SUPER DUPER CUTE Miss SHAR!!!!! GREAT job my friend!
    Big HUGE HUGS,
    Emma:)

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  19. To Peg Toth if you check back: see this post on my blog-- http://scrapendipity.blogspot.com/2013/03/its-3d-wednesday-people.html --with full pictorial and instructions for the carrots. It's so easy you'll be amazed! Food coloring and water. Seriously simple.

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  20. Thank you for the lovely comments everyone!!! :)

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  21. Welcome, Shar! So super cute!

    Tina
    aurathentic@gmail.com

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  22. What a bunch of cute ideas your grandkids are going to love everything. You really are one creative gal. TFS!!

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  23. WOW this is the cutest basket! That bunny is so stinkin cute and I love the coffee filter carrot treat holders! Beautiful job and I am sure your grandkids will love this!

    Hugs,
    Jo

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  24. Very cute and adorable!! Grands will love them!!

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  25. Wow Shar this is so cute. I love your carrots and its perfect for your basket. TFS AJ-

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  26. This is adorable. I love the cute basket and what a fun idea using the coffee filters. TFS.

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  27. Great job Shar! Love your carrots and instructions at your blog and the basket and bunny cuts are wonderful. Love it!
    quilt 4 fun 2 at hot mail dot com

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  28. Absolutely ADORABLE Shar!! That bunny is sooo cute! You did a FANTASTIC job my friend! Can't wait to see what all you have in store for us this week! Hugs, Leanne

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  29. Aww so cute...thanks for sharing your inspiration with us all. Thanks again to Joy too because her blog is the reason I found cricut.

    chris@iwooten.com

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