Friday, March 6, 2009


I saw this project on Amy's blog and knew I had to try making one. If you haven't checked out her blog before you are in for a treat. I check her blog almost daily to see what new card or project she has added. Does that make me a stalker? :) Her talent is amazing and she has the best coloring skills I have ever seen. She makes me want to run out and put myself in debt purchasing Copic markers. The only thing besides price that is stopping me (they are quite expensive I have heard) is that I have the coloring skills of a 2 year old and I don't think even Copics can cure that.

The round top box is a template from the SU site. Amy provides a link on her blog to download your own. Here it is:

I printed the pattern, traced it twice on cardstock (it will fit 2 times, so you can get one project out of one piece of cardstock) and glued the backs of both boxes together to form the basket. The bunny is cut from the Doodle Charms Cricut cartridge at 3" and of course I used stardust Stickles to outline the bunny.

I strongly suggest you check Amy's blog out (there's a link on the right hand side of my blog) I guarantee you will become a stalker too!


  1. This is adorable I just love that bunny face. I might scraplift this one for Kiki and Max.
    Did you find the precious moments downloads on the link from my blog? You may have them already, but there are dozens of gorgeous images to download - free! Click on the link, then click on gallery and scroll down, there is a whole load of images on there. So much easier than buying stamps :)
    Enfys x

  2. This is so cute! Thanks for sharing... I hope I find the time to make a few. My son would love it filled with jelly beans. Fun! Fun!