Stampin’ Up!® Demonstrator Karen Robinson | Basket Bunch, FREE Kit March 2017
March has arrived and it’s the last month of Sale-a-Bration 😦 I hope you’ve been taking full advantage of all the wonderful offers Stampin’ Up! has at this time – I know I have 😉 If there’s anything you love in the current brochures, remember, this is your last chance to get them before they’re gone for good.
A new month means a new FREE kit and product giveaway. You’ll receive the kit when you shop with me and use the current month’s Host Code (no minimum purchase required) and FREE product whenever you spend $90+ and use the current Host Code.
(Available to Australian residents only. Please see my customer rewards page for more details).
I’m changing it up a little and have a 3D kit this month, which is made using the Basket Bunch Bundle and one of our Clear Tiny Treat Boxes.
This month’s kit makes a sweet little Easter gift and even though these boxes are small (2″ x 2″ x 2″) they’ll hold quite a few treats. These contain M&M eggs – one of my favourites – and there’s a very generous handful in there, I’ll be lucky if they last for all my Easter projects though, I have small and big boys eyeing them off 🙂
I liked the idea of the eggs being hidden in the grass so used four pieces of the grass die cut to cover the base of the box all round. I found the easiest way to attach it was to run a strip of Tear and Tape around the bottom and adhere one piece at a time trimming off the overhang as I went. I quite like how the top is loose but you could easily add a few glue dots for extra security.
I kept the main decoration on the front and you’ll find the Glue Dots are your best friend for this project. I used them for the flowers, bunny and one of the eggs as well as the sentiment on top of the box. The second egg was attached with a dimensional for a little extra texture, but you could adhere it flat if you’d prefer.
The little flowers are from the Tree Builder Punch so you could easily add some more if you have this one, they are the perfect size for this particular project 🙂
I used a sentiment from Circle of Spring – love this stamp set – on a stitched circle and popped that up with dimensionals on a glimmer paper scalloped circle and a bow of doubled baker’s twine added the finishing touch. I love baker’s twine on my Easter projects, I hope you do too because you’ll be seeing lot’s more of it soon 🙂
The free kit for this month will include:
- Clear Tiny Treat Box (x1)
- Old Olive die cut grass (x4)
- Die cut eggs (x2, solid glimmer and x2, cardstock fronts) – assorted colours
- Chocolate Chip die cut bunny (x1) – unstamped
- Daffodil Delight punched flowers (x3)
- Die cut Whisper White circle (x1) – unstamped
- Die cut glimmer paper scalloped circle (x1) – assorted colours
- Baker’s Twine 15″ (x1) – in either Bermuda Bay or Crushed Curry
You will need to supply your own adhesive, stamps, ink and eggs 😉 to complete this kit.
I hope you like this month’s kit and I’d love to send you one, they’re really cute in person. I’ve used the *new* Sale-a-Bration Glimmer Paper Pack for these kits as well as Blushing Bride, I think they’re a great colours for Easter and if you like them too make sure you get some before they disappear.
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Basket Bunch, FREE Kit March 2017 | Supplies
Basket Bunch // 143186
Basket Builder Framelits // 142228
– Basket Bunch Bundle (save 10%) // 144731
Circle of Spring // 138964
6″ x 6″ Glimmer Paper Assortment Pack // 143831 (Sale-a-Bration brochure)
Bermuda Bay cardstock // 131286
Chocolate Chip cardstock // 108599
Daffodil Delight cardstock // 121680
Old Olive cardstock // 106576
Whisper White cardstock // 106549
Bermuda Bay Baker’s Twine // 134575
Clear Tiny Treat Boxes // 141699
Layering Circles Framelits // 141705
Stitched shapes Framelits // 145372
Tree Builder Punch // 138297