Printed Paper Berry Baskets

Now that Christmas is over,  I thought you might appreciate a quick project today – and this one definitely fits the bill. You can make these lickety-split.

Start by printing this pattern out onto regular white cardstock. (Just click the image to enlarge, then save.)

After you have your printed page, use the fruit basket template from Silhouette and cut it by putting it on the cutting mat image side up. When it’s cut out, simply use double stick tape to adhere the tabs to the sides and you’re done.

Super, duper quick! These would make a hot chocolate bar even a little sweeter, don’t ya think?

See ya next week for another project! In the mean time, I’d love to see you over on my blog at The Shabby Creek Cottage.

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Comments

  1. Looks like a really cute little basket but we don’t all have silhouettes. Probably never will at the price of them. Is there a template you might be able to post so the rest of us can make your really cute project? Think I’d get immense use from this for all kinds of projects. Thanks ahead if you can. Happy New Year Gina and Karen

    • Hi Srpprcrftr, I’m not sure if there is something similar out there, but I will be sure to look and will post an update if I find something. :) Happy New Year to you too!

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