Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Cute Little Picnic Basket



Here's a cute little picnic basket I made using Design Studio and the George and Basic Shapes cart. I plan to fill them with treats for our picnic guests to take home with them. I might use them to deliver invites to a picnic in the future. What would you use them for?

37 comments:

  1. Your basket is just precious! Love it!!!! I am not sure how big it actually is so I am not sure what I would put in it, but maybe some kind of candy.

    Just too cute!!!!
    Nadia (With Glittering Eyes blog)

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  2. This is really cute! I can see this being at place settings for a summer lunch with friends, or as a prop for an activity in my classroom - maybe something to do with Little Red Riding Hood.....

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  3. That is adorable!!!! I would love to be on your picnic guest list. That is just far too much fun, great job.
    Cricut Farmer

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  4. LOVE IT!!! That is just too cute! What is the actual size? It looks so real it is hard to tell!

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  5. Thanks everyone! This little basket is just over 2 inches at the base width and just under 4 inches at the top width, 2 1/2 inches deep and 2 inches high. I'll try to get a photo of it next to something for perspective.

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  6. Super Cute! This would look awesome on a picnic table holding plasticware or napkins!
    Very Clever!!!!
    Shelly

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  7. This basket is just well amazing. Love it. Lets see...a great center piece for the pincic..napkin holder or silverware???

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  8. I love this Scrapalette! I can see using this to serve bread on the table or have condiments like S and P, hot sauce or other stuff poking out of the lid. Great job!

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  9. Super cute!! Do you have a file to share?

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  10. This is so lovely. I love the papers you have chosen bith for basket and towel. TFS

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  11. Fill it with Vegemite aandwiches and it would be perfect for an Australia Day picnic!

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  12. Great idea - Congrats on making the Cricut Blog feature of the day. Great job.

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  13. Paulette,

    I absolutely love the basket. I think I would fill it with packets of powdered lemonade and ice tea and set it next to some bottled water for an afternoon of cropping with friends.

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  14. Paulette, this is so super cute! I have a template from Hot Off the Press for a basket like that. I may have to try re-creating it in DS. Good luck in the challenge!

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  15. Awesome job on the basket I love how the gingham napkin hags out the side--super job.

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  16. That is super duper cute Paulette. :) Not much longer now till OHIO.

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  17. I love it, it is just adorable. And all that from George? Amazing

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  18. That is DARLING!!!Theres alot you can do with it!! Can you share your screen shots, so we can see how you did it and what sizes?
    I'm so glad you have a BLOG!! your creations are ADORABLE!!!

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  19. Wow, Your basket is awesome! So unique and cute!

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  20. Super cute! Would love the pattern.

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  21. Hi girl -- thanks so much for sharing your adorable project with us on the linky party -- it's awesome! :)
    Tracy
    Craft Junkie Too

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  22. That is the cutest thing ever. Some candy that looks like picnic food would be nice to put in there for gifts. I've seen hamburger gum and candy that looks like fruit. Fun things like lip balm shaped like fruit or erasers would be great to put in them for kids too.

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  23. OMG I adore this, I'd happily pay for the file if you could convert to .gypsy and share! All of you amazing ladies who figure out how to use basic shapes to create these masterpieces blow me away!

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  24. OMG the basket is awesome! love your site and i'm a new follower!
    Hugs,
    Lisa

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  25. These are ADORABLE!! I really like them. Do you share or sell your files? I would love this.
    Lucy
    www.lccrafts.blogspot.com

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  26. LOVE!!!!
    Tina
    www.myhoppyplace.blogspot.com

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  27. This basket is really neat. I will have to explore that cartridge more to see if I can do this. Thanks for playing at Paper Playtime.

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  28. Holy smokes this is amazing! You're so creative!

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  29. Very cute!
    http://lorisartsyobsession.blogspot.com/

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  30. That is so adorable! Love it. :)

    Kelly
    http://kellyscraftylife.blogspot.com

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  31. This is the cutest basket ever. I love the idea of food shaped candies and the lemonade packets.

    Thank you, Scrapalette!
    Karen

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