Today I'm sharing my tutorial for the basket I posted HERE & see picture below ~ obviously this basket could be used for any occasion, not just Easter.
First thing you need is a piece of 6 x 6" cardstock. it is possible to do this project with DSP but I prefer cardstock to make it a bit stronger. My personal preference when making a project such as this is to use "Naturals Ivory"
Score your cardstock at 2" on all four sides.
Cut up to the score lines on two opposite sides.
Step 4 ~ Optional
Round the corners on the four corner squares of your cardstock.
Step 5 ~ Optional
Repeat for other side
Step 8 ~ Optional
If you want to add a handle, then cut a piece of cardstock 7" long and add DSP or other effect as desired.
Step 9 ~ Optional
Step 10 ~ Optional
On my original basket I added a flower before I added the brad, but the, but other than that, the process was the same.
Well, I hope this was clear and helpful for those of you that would like to make one of these. As you can see from my original posting, this basket will hold quite a lot bearing in mind it started out as only 6x6" piece of cardstock.
If you would like to make one smaller or larger, then just make sure that you score the cardstock so that you are left with 9 equally sized squares, ie, for larger, try 9 x 9" scored every 3" on each side or for smaller, try 3 x 3" scored 1" on each side.
If you have any questions, or if any step is not clear, then please leave me a comment and I'll do what I can to help.
Hope the rest of your Easter weekend is wonderful and joyous!