The hop is open for one week, closing at midday Sunday 17th March.
Unfortunately the blog hop prize (and the inspiration challenge) are only open to anyone with an Australian mailing address.
One lucky person will receive the following prize from Saturated Canary.....Wendy....how sweet is she!
We hope you'll join us and play along with our regular monthly inspirational challenge.
Make a project using the following picture as your inspiration.
You could be the winner of a $30 gift voucher for Scrapbook Boutique.
With Easter in mind I decided on a little treat basket just the right size for a hand full of small eggs or maybe one creamy Cadbury egg.....Delicious!
This is a quick and easy project to make using Heartfelt Creations Elegant Basket die.
Die cut two basket shapes from Green card. Emboss with Swiss dots EF.
Die cut the fancy swirl from a scrap of green card.
Die cut three small ovals for the Easter eggs and one larger oval from X-Press It blending card.
Die cut the grass from some green card. (I actually used Die-namics Icicle Border.....shhh)
Sponge the larger oval shape with distress ink. Adhere the cut grass over the bottom and trim.
Colour the smaller ovals with Distress Markers and apply to the sponged oval.
Stamp the sentiment in VersaFine Vintage Sepia ink.
Wrap some twine around the front basket shape and finish with a bow. Adhere the fancy swirl with the completed oval over the top on adhesive foam squares.
Make an open top box to sit between the two basket shapes:
Trim green card to measure 4.25" x 5.35"
With the 4.25" length along the top of a score board score at 1.25" and 3". the 5.25"
Turn and score at 2" and 3.25".
Snip down to the 1.25" score line on both sides and add some tape to the flaps.
Fold up the matching side and adhere to the taped flaps.
Add tape to the remaining sides of the box and adhere to the back section.
Add strips of double sided tape to the front and back of the box and adhere between the basket shapes.
Thanks for calling past, enjoy the rest of the hop...............