Handmade Card and Gift Basket

March 21st, 2017 § 2 comments


Hi everyone, Steph Ackerman here today wishing you an enjoyable day. Today I’d love to share a unique handmade card and gift basket I created.











Divine Twine Metallics – Rose Gold Metallic
Dies – Spellbinders
Stamps – Joy Clair
Scoring Tool
Adhesive – Beacon Adhesives
I had this lovely floral stamp which I stamped in brown ink in the corner of a beige panel.  For dimension, I fussy cut a separate flower and added it atop the flourish with a brad.











I tied Rose Gold Metallic Twine vertically around the card, tying at the top.  I added a sweet sentiment to the center of the card.









A coordinating gift basket was created using Spellbinders dies.  I first created a base from cardboard. Cutting it 4 3/4″ x 4 3/4″, I scored 1/2″ around and folded on the scored lines.












I die cut 8 panels from brown cardstock and 4 panels from beige cardstock.  I stamped the floral design on the 4 beige cardstock panels and adhered them to the brown panels.  I also stamped and fussy cut flowers, adhering them to the panels with brads.









A handle was created from strips of cardstock and a floral stamp was repeatedly stamped on the beige strip.












The brads from the flowers hold the handles in place.  The second set of brown panels was adhered to the panels inside the basket covering the handles and the basket base.

I punched holes in the edges of the panels and used Rose Gold Metallic twine to tie the basket together.






Simply add some treats in the handmade gift basket and give to someone special.

Thanks for stopping by.

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