DIY Easter Basket ~ Best Bunny (Stampin Up)

Today I have a simple DIY Easter Basket to share which features the Best Bunny (Stampin Up) bundle. The “basket” is actually created with little treat containers called Sweet Cups. So fun! And, of course, I had to create a coordinating card too!

Easter Basket - Best Bunny

The Sweet Cups make the perfect little Easter Basket. They come in a package of 10 so you can make lots of fun treats for your children, grandchildren and even your Easter guests. These would be so adorable as table decorations for Easter as well!

DIY Easter Basket – Best Bunny (Stampin Up)

So let’s talk about how to prep the supplies to create this adorable little basket. Start by stamping the bunny images on a scrap piece of white cardstock using Basic Gray ink. Color in the bunny with your favorite coloring tools. For this project, I used some gray and pink Stampin’ Blends. Punch out the bunny, using the bunny builder punch, and adhere the pieces together.

Next, cut a 3/4 x 11 inch piece of Lemon-Lime cardstock. This will serve as the handle for the basket.

Use some small oval shapes to create the little Easter eggs. Cut 3 “eggs” from 3 different patterns of the Gingham Gala DSP.  You will only use half of the yellow egg. Cut a set of ovals from white and Daffodil Delight cardstock that are around the same size as the bunny. The stitched shapes framelits and layering ovals work well for this.

Of course you will also need a little Sweet Cup and a bit of ribbon to embellish the cup.

Cut 2 pieces of the Lemon-Lime Twist paper from the Gingham Gala Designer Series Paper (DSP) pack at 2 x 6 inches. These pieces will be used to create the “Easter grass” for the basket. Simply take your paper snips and make small cuts across the 6 inch side of the Lemon-Lime Twist DSP. Repeat this cutting process with the other 2 x 6 inch piece. Adhere the “Easter Grass” pieces on the inside of the Sweet Cup so that the fringes stick out over the top of the container. Use a strong adhesive, like Tear and Tape, to add the handle. For the finishing touch, embellish the basket by tucking the bunny and eggs in the front part of the cup.

Best Bunny Easter Card

The last project I have for you is an Easter card that coordinates with the adorable little Easter Basket. I really enjoy creating cards that coordinate with little treat containers or gifts that I am giving.

Best Bunny - Easter Card

To create this card, start with a piece of Lemon Lime Twist cardstock for the base of your card. Cut a 5-1/4 x 4 inch piece of white cardstock. Next, cut a 3 x 4 inch piece of the yellow patterned paper from the Gingham Gala DSP pack and adhere it to the center of the white cardstock.  Create the background piece for the bunny by cutting a 1-3/4 x 3-1/4 inch piece of white cardstock.. Adhere this piece to the center of the DSP with a few dimensionals. Cut a 1 x 4 inch piece of the Lemon Lime Twist patterned DSP. Snip the 4 inch side to create the “grass” look and adhere to the card as shown. Then simply embellish it with the bunny, the Easter eggs, a greeting and some ribbon. Super cute, hey?

More DIY Easter Baskets

For more fun Easter basket ideas, check out this video feature featuring baskets created with the Envelope Punch Board.  Change out the little flowers to bunnies and you have a fun little Easter Basket idea!

Watch it now at >>>

I hope you enjoyed these little Easter ideas!

Have a creative day! ~ Lynn

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2 thoughts on “DIY Easter Basket ~ Best Bunny (Stampin Up)”

    • Hi Judy, No these are projects I created with various items from Stampin Up. I could certainly put together project kits. However, I am not able to include stamped images in the kits.

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