I want to share a project I made with the Pink Lemonade Card Kit from Paper Garden Projects.
The kit contains patterned paper, matching cardstock, ribbon, and embellishments - all together for one low price. You can see the kit HERE.
I love the cheery summer colors of this kit - and thought they would make a cute summer treat basket.
The basket is made from a strip of 12" wide paper. I included a template at the end of this post.
I used my Threading Water border punch to add lots of flirty little scallops. I punched to top of the basket before I assembled it. I also punched both sides of the handle and a green cardstock strip decoration.
I made a gift card to go with my basket using my circle and scalloped circle Nestibility dies.
The card is made by placing folded cardstock just inside a few of the scallops and cutting both layers together.
The stamps are from Odd Bird Planet - I love those strawberries and that saying.
I colored the strawberries with my Copic Markers (R-14, R-27, YG-03, YG-63) and added the shadow with B-60.
I inked the background in Memento Dandelion with a duster brush. I left the cutting die in place to get the white frame. (just make sure to clean the die when you are done so the ink does not get on your next project.)
Here is a template. Its just a simple 2,4,6,8 box adjusted to use a 12" length of paper. Each score is at 2 3/4"
This template is actually for a treat box that is pretty tall. I wanted my basket shorter so my starting paper size was 12" x 6" instead of 12"x8".
These boxes and baskets are really fun to make!