Envelope Punch Board Basket

Envelope Punch Board, Easter, Stampin Up Eggstra Spectacular

SUOChallenges want to see boxes, bags & baskets. AddictedToStamps have the theme "holidays".

If you would like to have a go, the (numerous!) pictures that follow explain how to make a basket.
You will need a 6" square of card - you could scale the basket larger if you wish but these measurements are perfect to make 4 baskets from a standard 12" sheet of card.

First, line it up at 1 1/2", punch & score. Do this on all 4 sides.

Turn the card over and do the same again for all 4 sides.

Choose a corner and cut along the scored lines up to the centre scored square.
Do the same for the opposite corner.

You are going to then glue the flaps either side of the cut section to make your basket shape.

Difficult to explain but hopefully the pictures will show what I mean!

Then fold over the remaining 4 flaps and glue.
I suppose you could cut these flaps off if you wished but I find they give the basket added rigidity.
You then need a strip of card 1.5 x 15cm for the handle.
Have fun!

SU card: Whisper White, Baked Brown Sugar, So Saffron
SU ink: Baked Brown Sugar, So Saffron
SU stamp: Eggstra Spectacular
SU other: Envelope Board, Pearls


  1. Love your Easter basket, with the sweet bunny and gorgeous bow! Thanks so much for playing along with ASM this week!

  2. This is fantastic!! Love the use of the envelope punch board for this basket and along with the tutorial! Thanks for playing along with us at SUO Challenges :-)

  3. I really like this Lindsey especially as it is in kraft not over fussy. I sometimes find Easter baskets too frilly etc but this is really elegant...I wouldn't attempt it myself, too scary!! Thanks for joining us at ATSM

  4. SUPER cute use of the Envelope Punch Board! LOVE your little basket! Perfect timing for Easter and great directions, too! Thanks for playing along with the SUO Challenge this time!

  5. This is so super cute!!!!! Thank You very much for sharing the step-by-step photos!


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