It’s Easter week and so I thought I would show you some easy basket ‘makes’ over the next few days. This one is the easiest thing ever and could be resized for table favours and whipped up in a moment. It would make a great group or school project and is another way to start using that paper stash. It would suit any occasion.
I have used a 12” x 12” paper and scored it at 4” and 8”. Turn and score again at 4” and 8”. Your paper will now be dissected into 9 squares. Fold up on all the score lines.
Create a short diagonal fold from each corner to the first intersection. Use a hole punch such as the cropadile to make holes as shown.
Add any decoration bearing in mind which way up the panels will be when tied.
Bring together the four corners and thread the holes with ribbon, string or twine to secure. Add a tag if desired. Use tissue or shredded paper and then your goodies. The smaller one in the photo was made using a 6” square and scored at 2” and 4”.
Have an eggs-celent Monday!