Tutorial | Mother’s Day Treat Basket | Envelope Punch Board

Today’s project is a really cute little basket that is easy to make from 6″x 6″ paper and the envelope punch board. Follow my easy steps on how to make it…

To make this little basket, you only need a few scorelines, some snips and some glue. I would class this as beginner friendly as it was one of the first projects I made with the envelope punch board many years ago.

I’m demonstrating this project with the 123 Punch Board – It’s all my favourite boards in one and takes up less room! It also has a swing out arm that can accommodate larger papers.

Here’s the matching card that I made to go with the basket 🙂

Cutting Guide
6″x 6″ patterned paper or card – Punch and score at 1.5″ on all sides
Flip over and just punch at 1.5″ on all sides.

Snip into the scorelines as per demo in the video

Card
5″x 7″ white card blank
Mats
6 3/4″x 4 3/4″
6 1/2″x 4 1/2″
6″x 4″
5 3/4″x 3 3/4″

Helen Xx 

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Helen

Papercraft designer & educator. My aim is to inspire and provide easy to follow tutorials - so you can create my projects with ease. You can find my projects on my website, Youtube and in papercraft magazines.

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