Hey guys....it's 3D Wednesday again. I love making anything paper, but I really like making 3D projects. They are my fave! So...I have a super cute picnic basket to show you today. You could actually pack a little lunch in here and bring to that special someone. How cute would that be?!
Told ya! Isn't it cute? This is a file from one of the newer sets over at SVGCuts. I love this little box! So super cute...and very easy to assemble. I used AC cardstock for the main box and then I printed some digital papers by Lori Whitlock called Lazy Summer Day paper collection I got from Jessica Sprague.
For today's 3D project we had to use at least 3 flowers. So, here's my 3 flowers. I love them...they came out so cute! I used dies from MCT for the flowers and leaves, and for the smaller flower centers I used my Epiphany Crafts Shape tool and added the clear bubbles to the top, then glued them in to the centers of the flowers.
Here is another element I made using a frame die, another flower, and another Epiphany Shape Tool clear button...on the silverware. I masked off a stamp to only get the word Enjoy and stamped it on another die cut piece. I tied it to the frame with some jute from Liz's Paper Loft Boutique. I attached it to the box with dimensional adhesive. I cut the frame twice in different papers because I wanted the center to be the patterned paper. I taped it in place on the backside of the frame edges.
Here's a shot of the basket open. Each side lifts up for easily adding your goodies to the inside. This would even be cute decorated with a birthday theme for bringing a special birthday lunch to your child at school. Super cute idea!
I hope you like my picnic basket today. If you'd like to make one of these yourself, here's what you will need.