Hi CutCardStock friends! Take a “peep” at this EGG-stremely easy Easter treat basket pattern. It’s adorable and is surprisingly big enough to hold a couple Easter eggs or treats inside. The best part is it is made from a simple square of CutCardStock!

Easter Treat Basket

I’m making baskets for both a boy and a girl, so I chose Stardream Metallic Vista and Shimmery Pink Taffeta as my base, cut to a 6” by 6” square each. Using a scoring board, I’ve added fold lines at 2” and 4” in both directions to make a checkerboard pattern.

I cut in on the folded lines only to the middle square on the top and bottom sides. The picture shows the cut lines in a black pen. Then I folded all the remaining lines in and trimmed the corners with a corner punch.

The polka dot paper is from the Hello Darling We R Memory Keepers pad, cut at 1.75” by 1.75”. You’ll need 4 squares for each basket corner. I used the corner punch on these also before gluing on the outer corners.

Taking the outer 2 corners, I’ve folded them up part of the way on each side and added a strip of matching card stock to the middle as a handle. It’s best to staple these into place, so your contents are secure. Do the same on the other side.

The bunny embellishments come from a peep die cut. However, I’ve also seen a bunny shape similar to this in the Cricut design library. I wanted these bunnies to shine like the baskets, so I used the Curious Metallic Violette and the Curious Metallic White Silver. I attached a pom-pom tail and glued it on to finish up my Easter treat basket.

Easter Treat Basket

“Hop” on over to the CutCardStock site and check out all the shimmering Curious Metallic paper deals this month. Wishing you all some beautiful Spring celebrations – cheers!

Written by

Maureen Ruangchamneil

Maureen (Mo) discovered joy in paper crafts when she created her first baby's scrapbook album (almost 20 years ago)! If she's taking a break from crafts, it's to hunt hidden Mickeys at Disneyland or sit by her pool with a cup of coffee. You can get "Mo' crafty" with her on A Little Mo Crafty Blog or on Instagram at @alittleMocrafty.