Friday, October 29, 2010

InStyle Stamps Blog Hop

It is the last Friday of the month which means that it is time for the InStyle Stamps Blog Hop.  You should have hopped here from Cyndi’s blog, if you are starting here you want to go back to the InStyle Stamps Blog and make sure you don’t miss a thing.

This month the theme was Giving Thanks.  I decided to make this cute little basket to go with the Easter Basket stamp.  Just because baskets are associated with Easter, doesn’t mean that’s the only time you can use them. 

I put my sentiment on the lid of the jar.  Last week my kids and I made and jarred our own apple sauce and I thought this would be a cute way to package some up to give as a Thanksgiving treat. 

Now hop on over to Kerry’s blog to see what she has done.  After you have completed the hop be sure to go back to the InStyle Stamps Blog and vote for your favorite project.  One lucky voter will win a $25 prize pack from InStyle Stamps. 

Products Used:  Easter Basket-InStyle Stamps, Indian Summer-Basic Grey- Copic Markers, Crinkle Ribbon, White Prima Flower, Corduroy Brad, White Gel Pen, White CS, Chocolate Chip card stock, Circle Nestabilities, Circle Scallop Nestabilities.

13 comments:

  1. CUTE little basket and what a wonderful project.
    Lynn

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  2. oooh, this is so cute! I love how you mimicked the ribbon on the handle of it like in the stamp. LOVE that color scheme too!! smiles...

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  3. great basket. I'm sure whoever you give this to will be very thankful!

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  4. I agree - baskets make great gifts any time of the year and this one is super cute! The color scheme and the way you decorated the handle are wonderful!

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  5. Beautiful basket! A perfect way to share a yummy gift.

    Jennifer

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  6. Love the digi basket, one of my favorites, and the swirls of ribbon on the basket is so nice!

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  7. Great project. I like the colors.

    xxx, Claudia

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  8. Mmmmmm...applesauce! What a cute way to package it!

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  9. Love this!! I bet your applesauce was just as yummy as "Jimmi's". :)

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  10. Love the super sweet basket! I love how to have the ribbon and flowers on the handle! Great job!

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  11. Hi Kimme!

    Wow, this basket is beautiful! Such a fabulous project! TFS

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I would love to hear what you think :)