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NOTE: Be sure to scroll all the way to the bottom of this post to download the tutorial for today's projects!!!!1

Hey there! Welcome to the Stamper's Dozen Blog Hop March Edition: Hoppity Hop Hop! If you are already on the hop you just arrived from Stella MacKay's blog, StellarStamps where you saw Stella's gorgeous Easter Bunny Basket Card! Love it!

My creation for you today is a little "suite" of two coordinating 3-D items that I absolutely love:

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My suite consists of a Coastal Cabana Easter Basket and a sponge-daubered Mini Muslin treat bag with a double-gift tag!

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The basket is super-easy to make with just a 4" x 5" piece of Coastal Cabana Cardstock and one more 1/2" x 4" itty-bitty strip for the handle. I inked just the "hello" from the "hello baby" stamp in Teeny Tiny Wishes, then punched it out with one of the Little Labels Punch Pack labels. I tied a bit of Linen Thread in a bow, then glue-dotted it to the basket.

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I used acrylic paint and Sponge Daubers to stamp the polka-dots on the Mini Muslin Bag for a spring-y, easter-y look! I had just a few colors of acrylic paint in my stash, and no pink, so I added a drop of Primrose Petals to white and stirred it with a toothpick before stamping on the bag. The yellow paint was also a little bit too dark, so I added a bit of white paint to it to tone it down.

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I used the bunny from the "Baby, We've Grown" stamp set, stamped on a scrap of Watercolor Paper, watercolored with an Aquapainter and inkpad lid ink, and cut out with the smallest Oval Collection Framelit Die. I mounted it on a Scalloped Tag Topper Punched piece of Afternoon Tea Designer Paper.

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I stamped a Very Vanilla Scalloped Tag Topper Tag with the string of hearts from the Make Note This and That Rotary Stamp and Coastal Cabana ink. The greeting is from Delightful Dozen. I added a strip of Coastal Cabana cut with the Fringe Scissors. The "eggs" hiding in the grass are actually punched with another of the Little Labels Punch Pack punches and then cut in half.

You can download a tutorial to make these two projects by clicking on this link:

Download Hoppity Hop Hop Projects March 2014

Then click on THIS LINK to purchase the supplies you need from my Online Store!

That's all for now! To continue on to the next blog in the hop, click on the link below to see what Judy Garza has created for you. You're gonna love it!

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If you want to go back to Stella, click on this link:




Stamping Alert!!!!! The April "Happiest Day" class will be held on Thursday, April 3rd and Friday, April 4th, both from 1-9 p.m. All three projects for this class will be chosen from my favorites from this month's blog hop (hard to decide, I know, as they are all fantabulous!!!!) just in time for Easter!!!!

Fee for this class is always a low $15 for all three projects or free with a $30 order placed at class.

BRING A BUDDY BONUS!!!! Bring a buddy to this class, (adults only please) and you and the buddy will receive your choice of one of my projects from today's post, completed and FREE!!!!

Send me a $30 order, or place one in my Online Store by Friday, April 4th to receive all three class projects completed by mail!

Please RSVP for this class as soon as you can!

 Until tomorrow, have a Stampingrox! day!

All products used are ©Stampin'Up!™1990-2014


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Carol Payne

Oh do make some! They are so quick and easy! And they stand up very nicely, too!


Love your little basket. I may just have to make a couple for my grandkids.

Carol Payne

Thanks so much, Sharon. I'm sorry you have had trouble downloading the tutorial. I have emailed you the tutorial. I hope you can open it. If not, let me know and I will mail you one!


Sharon Steinwand

Yes, cute! I've made a larger basket similar to this- a little tricky to line up all the pieces. I was not able to download your tutorial when I clicked the link -I'm notoriously tech challenged, so perhaps didn't do something right...anyway, cute projects, and lovely of you to have a tutorial offered!

Carol Payne

Thanks, Joan, Debbie, holly, and Jean! I appreciate the favorable comments! I love to share!

Jean Bullock

Darling projects. Love the polka dot bag and the little basket is very cute.

Holly/Rubber Redneck

Really cute!

Debbie G

Very Cute projects !!!


Oh so precious, cute and pretty. You really are so creative and clever!! TFS!!

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