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Bunnies and Baskets

Are you ready for some Easter inspiration in the form of a basket and fuzzy, mossy bunnies!

Creativation is over and finally we get to show off the projects we created for  Eileen Hull.  The new Sizzix Heartfelt die release and this adorable Basket is awesome!  I couldn't get the image of fluffy bunnies and colourful eggs out of my mind.  With Easter just around the corner this is the perfect Easter inspiration.


The plaid paper is my favourite from the Wild Whispers Adventure pack wrapped around the Basket.


We also got these pretty new Stitchy Flowers and Leaf Thinlit die cut in felt.


The handles are adorable trimmed out with Sizzix Leather Paper


I adore the Easter Element and Mini Bunny and Bow tucked away in the moss.


Moss, speckled eggs and some twine wrap up this spring project.


Can you not imagine this filled with jelly beans or chocolate!  Be sure to see all the projects for Eileen's new release created by the Inspiration Team.  All our projects are so different  and you'll be sure to find some great ideas.     

Check out the new Heartfelt Collection available in April...EEK!

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  1. This is so cute Nicole! I love the plaid on the basket. =)

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  2. Awww, those bunnies are just adorable in your beautiful plaid basket!! Love this! Anne xx

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  3. Oh, my word, Nicole--bunnies and chocolate; who could ask for more? This is a treasure, and I love those leather handles! Hugs!

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    1. You could do wonders with some leather paper! Mmmm... I miss chocolate!

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  4. Love the plaid on your sweet basket Nicole and the pretty paper you used on your Easter Bunny! this is an adorable basket to fill with treats! Julia xx

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    1. I should really add some real chocolate bunnies! Thanks Julia :)

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  5. Super cute basket...perfect decoration for spring!

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  6. That plaid paper is gorgeous and works so well on your basket Nicole and I love your bunny nestled there . Lovely spring decoration. Tracy x

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  7. Nicole this is such a cute little project. I envy your 'holiday projects' mind!!! the paper leather makes the handles look so real! love it

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