Children Projects Week: Flower Basket Collage

Today is another easy craft for you little ones!  Perfect for a Mother’s Day card!

Material

  • Half a sheet of Naturals white cardstock (#102316) (fold in two to make the card.)
  • Crumb Cakes cardstock cut with the Big scallop circle die (#113468)
  • pieces of cardstock of different colors
  • Boho Blossoms punch (#119858)
  • Little leaves die (#114511)
  • Garden Green cardstock (#102584)
  • Square lattice embossing folder (#119976)
  • Regal Rose 1/8″ Taffeta ribbon (#122965)
  • Modern label punch (#119849)
  • For you” stamp (Teeny Tiny Wishes (#115370) would work great)
  • Rich Razzleberry ink (#115658)
  • glue dot (#103683)
  • Multipurpose liquid glue (#110755)

Instructions

  • Using the Big Shot and big scallop circle die, cut one Crumb Cake scallop
    circle.
  • Emboss with the Square lattice embossing folder. Cut the basket shape, i.e.
    cut two quarters at the top but leaving a middle part to form the handle.
  • Punch out several flowers of different colors.
  • Using Big Shot and Little leaves die, cut 2 branches with leaves.
  • Stamp “For you” on white piece of cardstock and cut it using the
    Modern label punch.
  • Trim the label a little bit.
  • Glue the basket on the card, arrange the leaves and the flowers and glue
    in place.
  • Glue the label. Form a bow with the ribbon and adhere to the card with a glue dot.
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