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Saturday, March 31, 2012

Spring Blog Hop!

Spring 2012 Bunny Blog Hop

Spring is when we turn to renewal!

Welcome to the

"Bunny" Blog Hop!

Join with Craftwell's eCraft Design Team to celebrate this wonderful Spring season. ! Spring is filled with so much and one of my favorite Holidays! EASTER! The holiday filled with traditions and chocolate, how wonderful is that? Remember that the hop starts at Kim Gaughan’s blog,click on the link below and you can have your starting point. ! If your are following the hop you have arrived to my blog from Nicola Jolliffe’s Blog.

Here is the full Hopper’s list! Have fun!!

www.craftypinkanchor.blogspot.com

Kim Gaughan

http://kreationsbykimberlyrae.com/blog/

KimberlyRae Forde

http://auntielolocrafts.blogspot.com/

Lois Hale

http://gingerpiedesigns.blogspot.com/

Claire Hamer

http://jazmin-rose.blogspot.com/

Jazmin Gibbons

http://enjayscraftpages.blogspot.com

Nicola Jolliffe

http://fabric-ecraft.blogspot.com/

Debi Tullier

http://www.purplepaperparadise.blogspot.com/

Denise O’Connor

http://blog.craftwellusa.com/

Craftwell

Welcome to my blog . My project for the hop is this fun slice-form basket which tops a round gift box.. I made it from a SVGcuts set. The slice-form basket was from a website called Extreme Papercrafting.  I Love the way the eCraft cuts these designs and  I also used my favorite card stock from eCraft Diecutable Cardstock from The PaperMill Store. The pattern paper was from an assortment of papers from JoAnn's Fabrics.

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I used a cardstock stablilizer and pressure of 3.5, No tabs were set. I also used fiscar’s  Texture plates for the texture on the basket!

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I love putting together the slice-form designs they are like putting together a  puzzle.

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The basket was so cool to put together. I felt that I needed more hands, but when the slots locked together it held. Love this.

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I dislike raw edges even on paper. So just like when I sew I used bias tape to cover the box edge. You can see the darker brown around the edge of the box lid. This not only covered the seam but added a richness to the box that I hope you can see in the photos.

I also used elmer’s quick dry paper glue for the edges. I love this project and it is a gift for a friend. I hope she too will like it.

There are giveaways  along the way to Craftwell’s blog so enter and win!  REMEMBER  you want to complete the blog because there is a great giveaway  at the end…….HOP HOP

Your Next Hop Spot is

Denise O’Connor

At Purple Paper Paradise

If you missed it the first site in the hop is

www.craftypinkanchor.blogspot.com

Kim Gaughan

 

Good Luck and keep on Hopping .visit CraftwellUSA website!!

 

Hop Along and See you next week!!!

32 comments:

  1. Gorgeous creation, I've never seen anything like this before! Its fab might have to go & have a looksie!

    Have a great weekend
    hugs shell xxx

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  2. Beautiful basket! love your creation.

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  3. lovely basket, you have made it seem so easy
    Hugs
    Kirsty
    xx

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  4. great basket i love slice form designs not seen this one
    Hugs vicky

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  5. Wow what a gorgeous creation it is very effective.

    Hugs Julie x

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  6. What a stunning basket, I have not seen anything like this before.

    Hugs Julie x

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  7. Cute basket!

    June
    Holliday125@yahoo.com

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  8. Beautiful, brilliant idea! sorry bout getting your surname wrong :0o
    Nicola Jolliffe.xxx

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  9. So cute, I love it.
    cstephenson at q dot com

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  10. Great project! I love slice forms!

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  11. Beautiful project and the colours are fab

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  12. what a cute and beautiful basket

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  13. Gorgeous project! Love it all :)

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  14. What an awesome project, love it!

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  15. Pretty project :) Looks fun to create :)

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  16. Lovely project, thank you for the instructions.
    TFS, have a great day!
    Liz
    unikebyyes{at}yahoo{dot} com

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  17. Ooohhh!! Debi, I am loving the sliceform basket! So awesome!

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  18. Fun and simple project. Love the colors and embellissements.

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  19. This is gorgeous Debi! I love the basket.

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  20. I am so impressed! Great job!

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  21. that basket looks so intricate. If i was your friend i would love it.

    Keep crafting

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  22. Oh I do love slice form designs, this is beautifully done, the e-crafter is next on the wishlist lol

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  23. Delightful Easter Basket! Wish I had seen this a couple of weeks ago so I'd have time to make it.
    Where on earth do you girls find your creativity. lol

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  24. A lovely basket, guess you are all ready for easter now.

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  25. The basket is beautiful! Great work!
    Thanks for sharing.

    Darlene Nanni

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  26. So pretty and different. and, I love the idea of using the seam binding for the edges. Great idea!

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