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Every Bunny Loves an Oval Framelit Bunny Basket!

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When I first saw this little bunny treat basket on the Stampin’ Up corporate blog HERE, I knew it would be the perfect “little something” to make for my college age daughter, Caroline.  Anyone else still doing Easter treats for their grown children?  I won’t be stopping any time soon 🙂


  • The Stampin’ Up! Ovals Collection Framelits (Spring Catalog) were essential for my furry friend.  The 4th largest oval was used for the bunny body and the smallest was used for the Crumb Cake, ears, hands and feet.
  • I used the Stampin’ Up! Large Oval Punch for the polka dot ear inserts as well as the Whisper White overlays for the hands and feet.

Stampin up stampinup oval punch framelits bunny basket purse die easter treat box

  • The Small Oval punch was used for the Easter Egg.  The wee Raspberry Ripple heart and the Early Espresso eyes were cropped with the Stampin’ Up! Owl Builder Punch.
  • The sentiment is from Itty Bitty Banners Stamp Set which coordinates with one of the Bitty Banners Framelits.  Quick, crisp results.
  • I used a couple Glue Dots to adhere the sentiment with a little “wave” to it.
  • I absolutely LOVED the way the Primrose Petals In Color Dahlia became the bunny nose.

Stampin up stampinup oval punch framelits bunny basket purse die easter treats box

  • Finally, the basket was created using the Petite Purse Bigz L Die.  You just need to snip off the purse flap and voil?!



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Stampin up stampinup oval punch framelits bunny baskets purse die easter treat box

Stamp Set:  Itty Bitty Banners Stamp Set (Wood-Mount 126255, Clear-Mount 126257)
Paper:  2012-2014 In Color Designer Series Paper Stack (126910), Crumb Cake (120953), Pretty in Pink (100459), Raspberry Ripple (126842), Early Espresso (119686), Whisper White (100730)
Ink:  Early Espresso (126974)
Cool Tools:  Small Oval Punch (120908), Large Oval Punch (119855), Owl Builder Punch (118074), Boho Blossoms Punch (119858), Ovals Collection Framelits Dies (129381), Big Shot Die-Cutting Machine (113439), Petite Purse Bigz L Die (125606), Perfect Polka Dots Embossing Folder (117335)
The Perfect Touch:  In Color Dahlias (127556), Primrose Petals 3/8″ Stitched Satin Ribbon (126844), Whisper White Baker’s Twine (124262), Glue Dots, Stampin’ Dimensionals (104430), 4″ x 6″ Cellophane Bags (1027570

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28 thoughts on “Every Bunny Loves an Oval Framelit Bunny Basket!”

  1. Your daughter will love it – I would love it!!! Don’t know anyone who doesn’t love sweet holders…this is adorable…sadly I’ve been volunteering and have no time left…TFS!

  2. Very cute Mary! Thanks for passing on this great idea! We will have to make one for sure.

  3. This bunny basket is sooo cute! Would love to see one that focuses on the resurrection of Christ!!

  4. This is such a cute project. I think it will be perfect for any age. Wish I had the Ovals Collection framelits so I could make a couple now.

  5. i mentioned on my stampin’ pretty facebook chat that it would be darling to make these as place cards for an easter table setting. simply substitute the “Love You” on the banner with each guest’s name. it’s now even easier to customize words and names with the new photopolymer Designer Typeset stamps.

  6. Mary, not just adult children….I visit three elderly friends, two of them almost 93, and they love the Easter baskets! One friend has kept every one made for her!

    Thanks for sharing every day, it is much appreciated.

  7. This is adorable. Yes, I sent goodies to my son while he was away at college. They usually were a big hit with his roommates too! I’m sure he’s still expecting something from the Easter Bunny. Cute idea, thanks for sharing.

  8. My girls are 32 and 30 and I still send them a little Easter treat! I think as long as we (the giver) keep the child-like spirit that celebrates holildays…they’ll get a treat until I can’t see to make them anymore. hahaha.
    Great bunny..thanks for sharing Mary.

  9. Cute basket! My daughters are almost 30 and 28 and still expect a yearly basket and get upset if they think I’ve forgotten them :).

  10. Love the bunny basket. It is always a challenge to make something new for my niece for Easter. Thank you for this…..now I am all set!! Cindy

  11. Adorable!! Yes, still make treats for my teenage daughter, as well as my grown nieces and nephews! And they don’t have a problem admitting they are cute :o) Thanks so much for sharing!

  12. LOVE the bunny basket!! So cute. And yes, I still make Easter treats for my two grown sons. They’ll always be my “little boys”. 🙂 Happy Easter!!

  13. YES – I am still making Easter treats for my grown daughter, and now her fianc?e!! Anyway, this bunny is SO adorable. Another Pal masterpiece! Thanks for sharing!

  14. Oh my, the bunny basket is SO cute. I will definitely be, quickly, making these for my grown children….their Easter “goodie” boxes go out today. Thank you for such a cute idea.

  15. Oh my goodness!! This bunny is so cute!! I love it Mary, what a super fun way to give Easter goodies to my grandkids. I bet Caroline will get a kick out of it. Thank you so much for sharing.

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