Sunday, March 20, 2016

Stamp Review Crew: Made With Love Edition

Welcome to the "Made with Love" edition of the Stamp Review Crew.  The "Crew" is made up of Stampin' Up demonstrators around the globe.  Our blog hops focus on one stamp set each time.  It is always a delight to see the amazing variety of projects, styles and techniques that the Crew members create.  One stamp set... so many ideas!

The Made with Love stamp set is so incredibly cute!! Love the adorable little images and sayings in this one.   It is not just a baby set as you will see as you hop from blog to blog.

This week I have had the fun opportunity of having a tutorial featured on Splitcoast Stampers.  It is for a basket with slats like a berry basket.   The tutorial uses a 12" X 12" piece of DSP to make a 4" basket.   For today's projects I have been playing around with smaller size paper to make petite versions of the original.

The littlest one is perfect for little treats or as a party favor.  I went with an Easter theme.
Uses a 6" X 6" piece of DSP for a 2" finished size.

The middle-sized one is nice for homemade goodies.   This one has some of my daughter's amazing artisian caramels.  A cupcake would fit just right as well.
Uses a 9" X 9" piece of DSP for a 3" finished size.
The biggest size has room for many things.  I plan to fill this one with baby socks for a sweet little baby gift.
Uses a 12" X 12" piece of DSP for a 4" finished size

For both the written and video instructions you can find the tutorial on Splitcoast Stampers.

Here are the measurements for the smaller baskets.

2 inch basket:
Score 6" X 6" paper at - 3/8", 2, 4, and 5-5/8"
Slats - 1/2" X 5-1/2"
Handle - 3/4" X 8-1/2"

3 inch basket:
Score 9" X 9" paper at - 1/2", 3", 6", and 8-1/2"
Slats - 3/4" X 8-1/2"
Handle - 1" X 12"

Thank you so much for stopping by!  Please click on the links below to see more of the Crew's super projects!  The next button will take you Adriana's blog and her delightfully sweet and easy to do projects.  The previous button will take you Lisa's blog with her darlingly detailed designs.


This way to Adriana's Blog 

This way to Lisa's Blog
Stamps:  Made with Love
Paper: Perfectly Artistic, scraps of Whisper White and Mint Macaron cardstock 
Ink: Basic Black Archival, Stampin' Write Markers

Punches: Itty Bitty Accents Punch Pack
Big Shot: Tags and Labels Framelits
Accessories: Neutrals Candy Dots

Punches: 3/4" Circle, 1-1/4" Circle, 1-3/8" Circle, 1-3/4" Scallop Circle, Itty Bitty Accents Punch Pack

Punches: Fun Flower, Heart Border
Big Shot: Baby's First Framelits, Tags and Labels Framelits
Accessories: White Bakers Twine, Subtles Designer Buttons


  1. Congrats on your tutorial and thanks for sharing the details. Your baskets came out adorable and are perfect for Easter!

  2. Congratulations on your tutorial being published! Gorgeous baskets and I love that they come in different sizes. Will have to go and make some now! Thanks for sharing! Rochelle xo

  3. Oh super cute Betty! I love that you've given us so many options for basket sizes using your cute design. Thanks! Kelly x

  4. Wow, great tutorial on the cute basket Betty! Those bunnies on the middle sized basket have stolen my heart, they are so cute :)

  5. You are amazing! You really are the queen of 3-D :)

  6. I agree with Lisa -- you are the Queen of 3D! That bunny basket is so adorable!

  7. Love each of these Betty! They show how versatile this 'baby' set really is.

  8. These are awesome Betty! So glad there are other ways to make cute baskets with having to buy the berry basket framelits! Very cute and creative!

  9. Thanks for sharing the details Betty, these are just delightful, so fun and colourful too!xx

  10. So cute!! The kids would love these thanks for sharing!