Hey there! Welcome back to another Stampin' UP! Artisan Design Team Blog hop! If you are hopping with us today then you may have arrived here from the fabulous Cathy Caines. Isn't she amazing? As we are a group of 20 demonstrators from around the world- our blogs are written in many different languages. Please be sure to use Google Translate so that you can follow along in your language. You don't wanna miss out on any of the fabulous details!
For our hop we could choose to feature either the Dragonfly Dreams or Basket Bunch stamp sets. I chose to use the Basket Bunch and coordinating Basket Builder framelits. This stamp set is so FUN! There are many elements that are perfect for the Easter holiday but several of the elements can be used for other occasions as well. For that reason- this set is definitely a MUST HAVE.
The card pictured below may "look" like an easter card but it's not! It's a thank you card which is the perfect way to say thanks for the Easter treats. I couldn't resist using the "chocolate" bunny. He's just way too cute!
See that bow on the side of the basket? I stamped several bows onto Pink Pirouette card stock using Flirty Flamingo ink and then cut them out using the coordinating Basket Builder Framelits. Next I adhered them together in the center with glue dots and then pulled the sides up to make it 3 dimensional. Super cute!
...and now moving along to my favorite...
Oh em gee. There's some serious cuteness right there! This basket was designed to hold 2 miniature Reese peanut butter cups. I stacked 2 miniature Reese peanut butter cups together then inserted them into a 2" x 8" Cellophane Bag. I then trimmed the bag to size and tied it off with some gorgeous Blushing Bride Baker's Twine. These are seriously the perfect classroom treat!
They are beyond adorable!
I hope you have enjoyed my projects for today! If you're ready to head on to the amazingly talented Holly Stene then be sure to click the button below!
Kimberly Van Diepen
Miriam van Eyden