Throwback Thursday on Friday - Easter Baskets

Easter Baskets from scrapbook paper by Juliana Michaels

Happy Friday everyone! I have to admit, I love the whole idea of Throwback Thursday! It's so fun to go back into the past and look at those old photos. For me, it has inspired me to look back at my old scrapbook pages and projects here on my blog. I have enjoyed looking at those pages and project and all the memories they bring back to me. With that in mind, I thought it would be fun to do a Throwback Thursday every now and then on my blog. I may even go back and find some old ones from before my blogging days! 

Unfortunately, my blogging schedule didn't quite work for me to post this particular project on a Thursday, and I wanted to share it before it got to be too close to Easter. I hope you don't mind that I'm doing it today! What I have for you is a set of Easter Baskets that I made in 2012! Some of you may remember this project, but it might be new to some of you. 

I created this when I was a member of the Cricut Circle Design Team using their Teresa Collins Exclusive Easter Basket images. The great thing about this project is that any die cut basket image will work, and their are tons of great ones out their to choose from depending on which electronic die cutting machine you have. The fun part is decorating them, filling them with candy and then giving them to your loved ones! I remember how much my nieces loved receiving them for Easter that year! I will have a couple of new Easter baskets to share with you soon. One of them uses Pebbles Inc's Garden Party collection and the other uses SRM Stickers Clear Boxes and Stickers, so stay tuned!

If you are interested in seeing more detailed photo on the baskets, you can find it here: Easter Baskets. Unfortunately, the links to the Cricut Circle blog no longer work, but you can at least see the other detailed images that I shared on my blog. Hopefully they will inspire you to create your own Easter Baskets for your family and friends!


  1. Ohhhhhhh these are just adorable!!!! I am trying to make one right now and finding it a little challenging!! LOL!!!

  2. Totally cute and Super fun!!!
    Have a wonderful day,
    *Crafting With Creative M*

  3. These are terrific! My daughter would hoard them - just so pretty!


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