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Welcome to the May Arts blog.  The Ribbon Lady challenged us with a Candy Colored Inspiration photo and some yummy May Arts ribbon to match. 

Who knows candy colors better than the Easter bunny?  I decided to use the challenge ribbon allotment to create 3 projects that are quick and easy and that used up every bit of the ribbon.

First up is my thrifty Easter basket.  I nearly fell over when I saw the prices of real wicker baskets so I headed to my local thrift store where I found this sweet little basket for under a $1.

A coat of paint and these May Arts Ribbons were all it took to take this dark basket to bright and happy.

Supply List:

 

I gave it a coat of white primer and white spray paint, then wove the Candy Colored ribbons through the wicker and tied them in a simple square knot.   I gathered the Hot Pink Grosgrain on the sewing machine then hot glued it to the basket prior to tying the knot.

I love the transformation from dark to bright and happy! 

Next, I decided to wrap some plastic eggs filled with jelly beans and chocolate eggs and tie them up with the candy colored ribbons.

Who wouldn’t want to eat these eggs?

Supplies:

  • Clear plastic egg carton
  • May Arts Ribbons
  • Stamps – Papertrey Ink

Finally, I used the very last of the ribbons to make a quick card to complete my little Easter gift.

Supplies:

  • May Arts Ribbon
  • Stamps – Rubbernecker Stamps

Thanks for visiting the May Arts blog!  We hope we’ve inspired you today!

Blog post by: Charlene Driggs

 

  1. Dorina D

    Thanks for sharing such a fun project.

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  2. jen shears

    What a great use of all those yummy ribbons! And a FAB gift!

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  3. scrappymo

    Great job…love the bright, eastery colours!

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  4. sue wisniewski

    very creative basket
    stamping sue   http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

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  5. Mel McCarthy

    Scumptious colours! What a difference in the basket before & after. And all that gorgeous ribbon makes me want to eat jelly candies.

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  6. Kristie Maynard

    Wonderful job on these projects!  I do love all the happy, springy colors!
     

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  7. Chris R

    Those are all awesome!  Your basket sure did turn out so pretty. 

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  8. Lyn Gill

    So cute, brigh,t cheery & Eastery!

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  9. Christina

    Love that basket!  I don't care what anyone says.  Thrift stores are the best for awesome crafty deals.  Those ribbons are gorgeous and what you did with them is so pretty and inspiring.

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  10. Leah

    bright and cheery!  love these, Charlene!

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