Wednesday, March 20, 2013

IAR "Spring has Sprung" Blog Hop


Hello everyone! Welcome to the I Am Roses "Spring has Sprung" Blog Hop. For more details on how to win, visit the I Am Roses Challenge Blog. If you are going in order you should be coming from DT Member Ivett's Blog. I made these cute mini Easter treat baskets. The DT challenge theme was Easter and we had to use Leaves & the color Green. So I ended up using GREEN LEAVES.


These little treat baskets were very inexpensive to make. They are actually paper cups from the dollar bin at my local Target store. I used the green leaves to trim the top of the cup and added a strip of cardstock for the handle to make the basket.

I made a quick mini tutorial on how I assembled these treat baskets here.



Next DT Member up is Joy Nieva. Don't forget to leave a comment on my blog and GOOD LUCK!!!


I Am Roses Products (Links provided):
ZQL4-2 Small Green Daisy Leaves
ZQL0-0 Green Leaves
S10-427 Small Rainbow Paper Flowers
D1-15 White Daisy Flowers
ZQST1-427 Foam Head Random Mixed Color Stamen
ZQST1-151 White Foam Head Stamen
Other Supplies:
Easter Paper Cups ($1 bin @Target), Yellow CS, White CS, Martha Stewart Picket Fence Border Punch, Fiskars Apron Lace Border Punch, Skewer Stick, Grass Filler, Yellow Trim

27 comments:

  1. What a cute inexpensive little treat basket. Would be great for little ones to take to school. TFS with us.

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  2. These are so adorable. I love them. Thanks for sharing, Johanne L.

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  3. Olá!
    Lindo o seu blog, e lindo o cesto de flores e doces!
    Uma combinação fantástica!!!

    Muitos Parabéns por todos os seus trabalhos!
    Já sou sua seguidora!

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  4. These are very beautiful. I'll try to make them too. :)
    Best regards, t.

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  5. These are great. Using the inexpensive cups makes them good for kids, and the leaves make them so festive!

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  6. WOW... such a cute basket to offer some candy at Easter. I´ll try to make them.
    Hugs from Portugal

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  7. I will follow your work, I love your basket it´s very "spring"
    Congratulations

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  8. Wow Jo you made that look lovely well done babe

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  9. Wow! These look so fresh and fun! Really gets me in the mood for Spring, and those leaves make them look like they would be hiding in the garden for the children to find! Katy xx

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  10. What a great idea,love what you did!!!

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  11. What a cute idea for a school class..........

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  12. I love the bunnies.
    Thanks,
    Michelle A.

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  13. Lokks like you're ready for Easter...

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  14. wonderful gift idea thank you for sharing

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  15. Hi Jo, what a cute idea! I'm going to be looking at the Target paper cups in a different way now! Thank you for the inspiration!
    Hugs,
    Suzan

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  16. Adorable little baskets with the bunnies and candy!

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  17. Oh how cute! My kids would love these :)

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  18. Hi, i love your project, so cute.I dit see you make some amazing cards to so i start to follow your blog. xxxSara

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  19. What a clever idea! I love it and thanks for sharing. Happy Easter!

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  20. LOVE LOVE these lil baskets.
    perfect for little ones.

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