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  • Writer's pictureKaren Ebeling

A Rocking basket card My Craft Roulette #153 card


















Thanks to Gina K I have found a new You Tube show to watch called Craft Roulette. It’s been on for 3 years and it is awesome. Mary, the host and a guest spin a roulette wheel for 4 parameters to make into a card then they spend the next hour making a card and chit chatting. Everyone watching can submit a card too and the following week all the submitted cards are reviewed. On episode #153 the parameters were, a curved edge, flowers, 2 blues +2 other colors and fussy cut. This is the card I made. Round edge made me think rocker card. The basket is 2 shades of blue, the grass and flower stems are 2 shades of green. Neutral colors like white, tan and grays are always allowed.


I do have a template and a SVG for the basket linked below.

I hope you watch the show this Friday and give it a try. It is the ultimate stash dive.





Materials used

SVG or template

Crafter’s Companion Butterfly meadow dies

Grass dies

White heavy cardstock

Colored medium or heavy weight card stock


Paper sizes

See template


Template

basket rocker
.pdf
Download PDF • 40KB
baskey rocker page 2
.pdf
Download PDF • 24KB
basket rocker page 3
.pdf
Download PDF • 2KB

SVG

https://static.wixstatic.com/shapes/216331_0de9dda27892497b95bdc154029a6851.svg

Directions

1. Download the SVG or template

2. Upload the SVG to your program and cut it out or trace the template and cut out.

3. Score the score lines.

4. Weave the ¼ inch by 4 stripes through the 7½ x 3 inch stripes that are still attached. Glue down as you go.

5. Glue the weaved basket to the front of the handled basket base and let dry before you trim around the base.

6. Fold the banner to the desired length, make sure it doesn’t hang over the edge of the card.

7. Die cut the flowers grass and color as desired.

8. Trim the excess weaved basket around the basket base.

9. Glue the banner in place.

10. Glue the flowers and grass in place.

11. Stamp the sentiment of your choice on the semicircle.


If you think your card may collapse fold a ½ in x 4 in paper into 4 sections and glue the front section to the inside front of the card and glue the last section to the inside back of the card.


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