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Monday, April 18, 2011

Easter Basket

Saturday my SIL called me to see if she could visit and if I could help her in decorating my 1 year old nephew's Easter Basket. She had picked up this bright little box at Target and thought it would be just the right size for the little man. When she went to AC Moores to look at embellishments she went into a little sticker shock. She then remembered "Karen has a cricut." I was more than willing to assist. (Really, it just takes a small suggestion to get me to craft, especially when it is for others.) The name is a print-n-cut from LD Hodgepodge alphabet. The frog is from Frogs and Kisses SVG set. The eggs are cut from patterned paper using the Peep SVG. The other little critters are from a sticker set she did buy. It all goes well together. On these two sides, there are more eggs. The chick and bunny are from LD Easter Beasties SVG set. The grass is from the Plantin Schoolbook cart.
I used the cricut, MTC, Lettering Delights, a cartridge, and stickers to create the images. My SIL put it all together. I think she did a marvelous job. Here are close ups of each side.



Thanks for visiting and have a blessed day!

7 comments:

  1. Love all the critters...cute project!

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  2. WOW, this is WONDERFUL! That frog stole my heart, lol

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  3. So cute and cheerful! Love it! Look forward to seeing more of your creations. I found you through Made by Momo's blog followers post. Following now! =)

    Sandy
    http://thecraftycreationspot.blogspot.com/

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  4. Your cards and projects are adorable!

    Momo sent me, and I am now a follower.

    http://gracescraps.blogspot.com/

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  5. First time on your blog. Such lovely creations.

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  6. This is so bright and fun! I always think it's wonderful when children can see their names on things, too.
    Thanks so much for your kind words on my blog! I'm so glad you dropped by!
    (BTW, my husband is a high school math teacher!)

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