Photo tutorial: One-Sheet Big Basket - Song of My Heart Stampers

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02/28/2013

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This is great. Very easy and just in time for Easter :)

Oooooohhhh, I like that Cadbury egg idea! Our school has Teacher Appreciation Day in a couple weeks. These baskets would be so fun to make and give!

Very cute and oh so easy too! TFS!

Lyssa - you are such an inspiration! I love coming to see your blog each day and love the things you share with us. (wonder how many Cadbury's you'll collect? lol)

I can't wait to go home and make one - probably this weekend!

Thanks so much for your wonderful and free guidance you give.

That's an AWESOME project! It looks hard, but it's easy-peasy! Thanks for sharing!

I am seeing Easter baskets for the grandkids! Love it!

Awesome project! Thanks so much for posting!

Oh Wow! I haven't seen anything like this little basket! Love love love it! Thanks for sharing.

As always, I love your blog and enjoy the free patterns and inspiration you always provide! Thanks from the bottom of my heart!

LOVE IT! I can't wait to make them for the teachers as I like to give them a little something each month for their hard work and dedication! TFS!

LOVE LOVE LOVE this basket. Thanks for sharing it with us.

Excellent directions and great photos! TFS!

These are adorable, thanks for the great instructions. My Girl Scout Troop will love making these for our friends in the local Nursing Home and then one for themselves of course.

You are Brilliant! Thank you for sharing this great tutorial.

Thanks for the tutorial! I will be making these for Easter baskets.

This is such a great project! I love the idea of it being a "gift" basket and not just an Easter basket. You can coordinate the colors with any gift theme and for much less than a gift bag. Super awesome!

I just made one and it is so easy!! I am going to make paper flowers spritzed with water and scrunched up and add them to the basket....3 on each side to cover the brads. Thank you so much for sharing Lyssa. I appreciate all of the free tutorials you provide. Hope you get lots of those Cadbury Eggs.:o)

Lyssa, this was perfect! SOOOOO easy to put together and so versatile. Thank you for sharing!

Made these for my granddaughters. Took minutes to make and had plenty of room for goodies!

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