A sweet treat for Easter

I love the clear tiny treat boxes - perfect for Easter. 
My project was created using the products in the basket bunch bundle.
Assemble the clear treat box.
Using the framelit dies I cut 4 pieces of the grass using old olive cardstock. Each one was trimmed in length (approx 2 mm under 2 inches) and slotted into the box.
I then stamped a few different sized eggs and a couple of the daffodil flowers. I colored them in with my stampin write markers and cut them out using the framelit dies. With a tiny bit of adhesive (fine tip glue pen) I just slotted the eggs and flowers in between the blades of grass so the eggs were slightly hidden.
I stamped the basket shape 4 times on crumbcake cardstock and cut them out with the framelits. I then placed each one on my paper trimmer and scored on the diagonal on each side of the basket. This enabled me to fold on the score lines and then put the basket together.
I shredded some of the packaging paper we get with our orders and placed this in the bottom of the basket to rest the egg on. I put a drop of adhesive on all 4 bottom corners of the basket to stick it to the clear box. A medium sized solid Lindt egg fits into the box.
Thanks for looking 💖
Place basket shape on diagonal and score
 Scored line
 Fold on the scored line
 Place adhesive on both scored lines and stick together
 Finished basket
 View from the top of the box





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