Sweet Easter Basket Tutorial


Hello to everyone.  I have a quick and easy Easter basket project to share with you.   The image has been colored using my Spectrum Noir markers and pencils.


You will need 2 sheets of 12” x 12” card to make this project and some designer paper, if you wish to add layers.  Using your first sheet of 12” x 12” card and your Boxer Board from Crafter’s Companion, score and fold your card at 4” and 8”,  on both the horizontal and vertical lines. 


 Score from the outside corner inwards towards the center on your four corner squares.  Fold all of your score lines.


Fold your corner segments inward and punch a hole through both layers, using a single hole punch.


Flatten your construction and apply matting paper, if required, to the four segments which will form the outside of your basket.


Feed twine, ribbon or wire through the central holes and tie together. This forms your basket shape.


Make a handle for your basket, from the second sheet of 12” x 12” card, measuring 12” x 2”. Decorate the handle as desired. For this project punch detail, matting paper and ribbon has been added.


Add your handle to the basket using strong double sided sticky tape.


This cute digital image is Duck in Boots from SOG, printed onto Neenah Classic Crest Card.  

Color your image.

Spectrum Noir Markers Used:

CT1-4, GB3-5, DG1-3, CR6, OR1-2.

Spectrum Noir Pencils Used:

01, 11, 13, 15, 20, 25, 45, 56, 77, 118, 120


Fussy cut your image and add to the front of your basket construction. Decorate as desired. I hope you have found this tutorial helpful. Sending Happy Easter Greetings to everyone.  

3 thoughts on “Sweet Easter Basket Tutorial

  1. So sweet,

    Do you have a color chart to match the pencils and markers? I don’t want to use the wrong color and mess it up.
    I love ALL your work. I watch your videos all the time. Thank you for sharing your beautiful work with us.

  2. Thank you so much for your kind comments ladies. All of the markers and pencils used are listed on the tutorial above, hope this help. There is a full color chart available for the Spectrum Noir markers in the Downloads section at the top of the page. Have fun.

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