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March 31, 2015

Get Ready for Easter with Graphic 45!

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Today, we are preparing for Easter! There's an Easter basket tutorial from Annette Green, and beautiful Sweet Sentiments inspiration from Katie Zoey Ho. You will leave basking in spring colors and flourishing florals. 

First, we have this incredible handmade Easter basket by Annette using Once Upon a Springtime. Wow! Learn how to make it yourself with her video tutorial below.

"While perusing Pinterest for Easter ideas, I came upon several different Easter baskets which led to further searching for handmade basket ideas. I found a wonderful tutorial by Amanda Coleman on her blog Popper and Mimi back in May 2012 and followed her basic steps, making some slight modifications along the way. It took some time, but it wasn’t difficult and well worth the effort. A great rainy (or snowy) day project for those looking forward to Spring." ~Annette

Try this gorgeous Once Upon a Springtime Easter basket with a video tutorial from Annette #graphic45

 

Annette's Easter Basket YouTube Tutorial


Try this gorgeous Once Upon a Springtime Easter basket with a video tutorial from Annette #graphic45


Love the fussy cut florals mixed with fabric florals on Annette's Once Upon a Springtime Easter Basket #Graphic45


Try this gorgeous Once Upon a Springtime Easter basket with a video tutorial from Annette #graphic45

Supply List

Graphic 45 Once Upon A Springtime Deluxe Collector’s Edition

2 - Pixie Post

2 - Once Upon A Springtime Cut-Aparts

1 - Tiny Treasures

1 - Primrose Cottage

Chipboard

Core’dinations Signature Series cardstock, 1 Creme Brulee

Petaloo Forget-Me-Nots, Antique Peach

Sizzix Alterations Die, Garden Greens

Other: Lace, ruffle ribbon, seam binding, brads, Peeled Paint and Vintage Photo Distress Inks.

 

Next, we have this breathtaking Sweet Sentiments Easter nest by Katie. So beautiful and perfect for a centerpiece of just for Easter decoration around the home.

 

"I built this big egg nest for last year’s Easter after I’ve seen various pins from Pinterest in how to make this nest using balloon and yarns. Due to the size (~8” tall), it took me a very long time to get in shape and get it all dried up. By then, Easter was gone… So I just chucked it aside. It was indeed a project half-done. By the time I retrieve this project out, certain parts of the yarn turned yellow (because I starched the yarn and this probably explains why). I wouldn’t want to throw it away even it’s turning yellow, I gesso the entire nest and spray some tea stain mist over it. At the end it turns out pretty look like a nest, much more realistic… Planting some easter eggs inside, it’s all ready for this Easter..." ~Katie

 

"Easter Greetings" nest by Katie using Sweet Sentiments. So gorgeous! #graphic45


Gorgeous purple flowers on this Easter Sweet Sentiments nest by Katie #graphic45


Love the Easter eggs in this Sweet Sentiments "Easter Greetings" nest by Katie #graphic45


Supply List

 

Sweet Sentiments Papers (Easter Greetings, Sweet Sentiments, Violet Bouquet)

 Sweet Sentiments 8” x 8” Paper Pad

 Martha Stewart Craft Paints (Surf, Pink Carnation & Hailstorm)

 Shredded Wood Fibers

 Mulberry Flowers

 Organza Ribbon

 Plastic Eggs

 Crochet Laces

 Jute Twine

 Balloon

 Gesso
Yarn

 

This week you can also win this generous prize pack of Time to Flourish! Check out the giveaway here:

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Thanks for joining us today. We can't wait to see your Easter decor! Make sure to share with us on our Facebook page!

Happy Spring Crafting,

The G45 Family

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Comments

Very cute ideas!

Brillaint projects. Both lovely, but I think the basket is fab! xx

Definitely doing this one!

I'm fairly new to scrapbooking and love your papers! They remind me of a peaceful simpler time.

Terrific inspiration for Easter projects! Nice to see Spring coming to the great Northwest and in Graphic 45 Land!!!

Oh my gosh, love, love,love these projects! I am so into fussy stuff, just can't help it. Need to give these a try.

I'm new to scrapbooking and very much love Graphic 45 papers. You feature so many creative ideas on your blog!

These are gorgeous!!

These Easter baskets are just lovely!!! Love how e wood fibers were used in he second one! Thanks for sharing!!!!☺️💞☺️

Love the basket.
the Easter Egg is gorgeous. The purple is so pretty.

Cute and pretty projects today. Tfs

I love Annette's easter baskets! The small one is perfect for treats on the table and the larger basket would make a great center piece! Very cool!

Amazing basket how to video. I'm off to make one myself. Thanks Annette for such a beautiful piece of inspiration. Zoey's beautiful egg nest is wonderful.

Love how versatile paper is...just look at what we can do!

Beautiful Easter projects!

I love the Graphic 45 style and these are gorgeous!

These are such lovely projects! I see basket making is in my future ;p

That woven Easter basket has me swooning! So gorgeous! And the little nest is so precious! Great projects today!

That basket is AMAZING!!!

Annette's Easter Basket is so fun - perfect for a mini picnic! And how sweet is Katie's egg nest!

Annette- I just had to make the basket & did last night. Not quite a beauty as yours but I really like it. Your instructions on the video were very easy to follow. Thank you. I now have a new Easter decoration.\
Dixie

These are all such gorgeous projects. I really enjoyed Annette's Easter basket and hope to 'give it a go' shortly.

Pretty projects!

AND I THOUGHT THE LILACS WERE SILK FLOWERS, THEY'RE CUT OUT SO WELL AND LOOK SO REAL!!!!!!!!!

I love Graphic 45 paper, but when I use on the covers of my mini books, it often splits. Are there procedures I can to avoid this? I get so frustrated. Thank you.

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