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Thursday, July 21, 2011


Hello All!! I hope you all are enjoying your week!!  This week I have been working on a tutorial for the Our Daily Bread Designs Blog on how to create a
gift basket. While I was on the roll, I thought I would share another tutorial on my blog for a Lattice gift Basket.  My completed project looks like this:

Here are the steps I made to make it!
Lattice Basket tutorial (3 ½ inch Base)

materials:
2 -12x12 inch pieces of card stock
lattice punch or punch of your choice
2 brads
adhesive- I used scoretap
cutter
scissors
ODBD Serve the Lord (for tag sentiment)


Step 1 Cut a 5 ½ by 5 ½ inch square.

Step 2 Score a line on all sides 1 inch from the edge.

Step 3 Cut on short scored lines to 1 inch score line on corners to create tabs. (See photo)

Step 4  Adhere corners on outside of box with adhesive to make a base for the basket.


Step 5 Cut 6 1x8 inch strips.  Score a line two inches from each edge on all strips. (See photo) I embossed 4 of the strips since they are going to be the base edge and top decorative edge.




Step 6 Using Large Martha Stewart Lattice punch. Cut 4 strips that are 3 ½ inches tall.  Adhere to the corners in front and back of base (sticking straight up like in the photo).






Step 7 Create a 3 ½ inch square template to guide you on where to make the top rim of basket.  Adhere unembossed strips together.  The strips will overlap by 1 inch giving you room to adhere them together.  Make sure punched strip is in front of the stripped rim.  It will be covered with a decorative rim later.



Step 8  Adhere decorative embossed strips on the front and back or the basket leaving the sides open so you can insert the handle.

Step 9 Cut 1 ¾ x 12 inch strip for a handle.  Punch a decorative edge on each long side (see photo). Decorate handle as desired.



Step 10 Adhere handle to the center of each side of the basket.  Glue down side decorative rims over top of the handles.  Secure with brads.


Step 11 Adhere remaining 2 decorative embossed strips to the base rim of the box.

Your finished box….decorate as desired.  I created a flower with the Small Sweet William flower from Our Daily Bread Designs on some Tissue Metallic material.

 Here is a close up of the Sweet William flower that was heat embossed using Sweet William and red metallic tissue material. There is a die from Spellbinders called Blossoms 3 which matches this Sweet William that cuts out this flower.  You then singe the ends of the fabric on a candle to the embossed outline to keep the material from fraying.


I hope you enjoyed my tutorial!! If you like tutorials or making gift baskets, you may enjoy the tutorial for this diaperfold gift basket which is posted on the Our Daily Bread Designs Blog!!

This basket base is 3 1/2 inch and fits cookies up to 3 inches.  The image is Hydrangea and is framed with the Crocheted circle from the Serve the Lord stamp set and the Crocheted circle die from Our Daily Bread Designs Garden Collection.

Thanks for stopping by and for your comments!!

Have a great day!!
blessings,





24 comments:

Julie E said...

Gorgeous! What a great idea, you are one creative gal!!!

Frea said...

Wow Chris, what a lovely tutorial, it doesn't look hard, even I could probably do it LOL!!! Have a great day, hugs, Frea

angelique (anlou) said...

hiya sweetie
what a amazing basket hunni
i just love the tutorial
i just have the right punch for it
thanks for sharing sweetie
have a great day
hugs angelique

Jane, at Thepaperaffair said...

Oh, I love the tutorial and your gift box. Thank you for sharing that with all of us. Ir's perfect!

Auntie Em said...

Your basket and the tutorial are both so great! I think that MS lattice punch is one of my most used. I never thought of taking the loops off it though. Great idea!
Thanks for sharing! :)

Grace said...

A beautiful basket and two great tutorials Chris! Thanks for all the hard work you put into each project you make!!! Have a great day!!!
hugs,
Grace

Stressed Stamper said...

Oh wow - love them both - giggled when I saw yr toes in one of the pictures....
Sarah x

christi said...

i visited today and saw your wonderful ideas for gift baskets. now all i have to do is make some then use them. great job on explaining them. thanks for sharing.

1CardCreator said...

Wow, that basket is gorgeous, thanks for showing us how to make it!

Davi said...

Beautiful basket Chris!! Great tutorial also. Thanks for sharing it with us at TT this week :)

Lori said...

Fabulous tutorial, Chris! Beautiful basket and really saves on card stock, heehee.

Sabrina aka okimom2girlz said...

Chris, my friend, you never cease to amaze me with your creativity and talent!!! I absolutely love this basket and have to hunt down one of those MS lattice punches now. :D:D:D Your fabric flower came out wonderfully and is the perfect additin to tis wonderful basket. I also LOVED the tutorial n te ODBD Blog. WOW, two tutorials, you have been working hard, my friend!! Hugs and blessings, Sabrina

Becky said...

OH My Word Girl, these are just amazingly fabulous. I love both of those baskets! You are so creative.

Conniecrafter said...

Beautiful, great design and love the deep color of the flower

Sandra said...

This is fantastic:) Sandra H

Hannah Clark said...

Wow! What a fabulous box! I love the beautiful flower on it! Thanks for joining us at DDH!

Cheryl Walker said...

Beautiful basket hun!!! Just wanted to let you know I saw your basket on Make it monday and just had to stop by :)
Hugs,
Cheryl

Marlene said...

Thanks for the tutorial, Chris - this is WOW!!!

KathyJ (Wattle) said...

*GASP* I am in AWE!!! Your basket is just DIVINE girl and your tutorial is fantastic!!! Stunning work as always Chris!!!! :)

Anonymous said...

Gorgeous Basket Chris!! I love it!! I may have to try that tutorial. TFS!
hugs,
Marty

Manish said...

Thanks for a nice share you have given to us with such an large collection of information. Great work you have done by sharing them to all. simply superb. Photo Recovery

E. Marie said...

This is so neat. So pretty with the lattice and the flower is beautiful.

coldwaters2 said...

Wow Chris two wonderful baskets, the colours are simply beautiful and a great tutorial.
Hugs
Lorraine x

Chrissy D said...

WOW Chris!! This is beautiful! I have been thinking of you and thought I would pop in to let you know that you are in my thoughts and prayers!

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