Using Scor-tape, apply the tape the smaller ends and fold the larger up to create the basket base.
Using a Spellbinders Scalloped die, die cut coordinating cardstock to add around the basket.
Stamp an image on coordinating cardstock, then die cut with the same Spellbinders die. Score 1/2" from the top edge and fold over. Add Scor-tape and align the stamped piece so that the scallops are slightly offset. Fold the scored edge into the basket to create a finished edge.
To create the handle, cut a strip of coordinating cardstock 1 1/2" x 12". Score at 1/4" and 1/2" from both long edges for a little dimension. Ink edges and staple to the sides of the basket.
Cut 1" strips of coordinating cardstock and create rosettes by scoring every 1/4".
For the sides of the basket, I created double rosettes, creating the top rosette using cardstock cut to 1" x 12" and the bottom rosette using cardstock cut to 1 1/2" x 12". The small rosette was scored every 1/4" and the large rosette was scored every 1/2". The rosettes were adhered together and then adhered to the sides of the basket.
Create six small rosettes in multiple colors and add coordinating 1 1/2" punched circles on top. Add letter stickers to the top of each rosette. Add color to the letter stickers with Gold Smooch Ink.
Place the eggs in their holders inside the basket.
Scoring Tool: Scor-pal
Stamp: Justrite Stampers
Punch, Stickers: EKSuccess
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