Saturday, April 16, 2011

Fancy Favor Easter Basket

This week over at Stampin' Celebration, we're celebrating Easter with this fun Inspiration Challenge:

Don't you just love the sweet, soft feel of these photos?  I recently purchased the Fancy Favor Die for the Big Shot and thought this was the perfect time to finally play with it!  Here's my creation:

My design is pretty simple.  Once I embossed the cardstock, it looked so pretty I really didn't want to do much more to it!  You can't see the embossed bunny on the matching card very well.... here's a closeup:

(You can click the images for a larger view.)  The 3x3 card fits perfectly inside the basket.  I'm going to fill these with some yummy treats for the boys' teachers!  I know they'll love them!!

Products Used:
Stamps:  Four Frames Stamp Set, Teeny Tiny Wishes, Forest Friends
Ink:  Pretty in Pink, Versamark, Certainly Celery Marker
Cardstock:  Pretty in Pink, Certainly Celery, Whisper White
Punch:  Decorative Label Punch (LOVE this punch!!)
Other:  Satin Ribbon in Old Olive, Iridescent Ice Emboss Powder, Big Shot Fancy Favor Die, Tasteful Trim Die, Jumbo Brads (neutrals), Elegant Bouquet Embossing Folder, Paper Piercing Tool

Isn't the Four Frames Stamp Set gorgeous?  You can purchase this sneak peek item now or earn it for free with a $350 workshop!!  Click here for details!!

Make sure and stop by Stampin' Celebration to check out the other Design Team creations.  We're taking a mini Easter-vacation so you have TWO weeks to submit you project and have a chance to be our next Guest Designer.  I hope you will come play along!!

Don't forget to take advantage of this month's Stampin' Up! Promotions:

**There is ONE (weekend) spot available at the Design Divas Retreat - reserve your seat with a $50 deposit today!!  (A few Saturday-only spots available as well.)
Thanks for visiting and I hope you're having a wonderful weekend!!


Mimi said...

Love that embossing from your Fancy Favor Die for the Big Shot! It all looks so sweet and elegant.

Kathy said...

Stunning in its simplicity! Looks really nice!