Baaaa! This cute little lamb is made with 2 cut out scallop circles from the circle collection framelits and the Big Shot Die Cut Machine.
Here is the side view the shows the treat. You cut two of the largest circle:
Then score 1 1/2" at the bottom of each. Run the portion above the score through the Big Shot in the Fancy Fan embossing folder to get the "fluffy" lamb's wool look. After you find the right width of the bottom using the candy treat that you will be inserting, attach the bottom pieces together using sticky strip.
On the back side, I used the 1 1/4" Scallop Circle Punch to make his tail - popped up on a dimensional, of course! I got this idea from demonstrator Lisa Young, I just updated it with current products. You can see Lisa's version here. She made a super cute chick too!
I used the Reese's White Peanut Butter Egg to fill my basket - what will you put in yours?
Easter Lamb Treat Basket Supply List - Click on the item number to go the store and see the products.
Blushing Bride 131198
Basic Black 121045
Whisper White 100730
Small Oval Punch 120908 (to punch the “handle” opening in each side, 1 in Blushing Bride cut in half for the nose, 2 in Blushing Bride for ear, score scrap before punching)
Scallop Oval Punch 119856 (2 in White for ears. Score scrap of paper in the center before punching)
¾” Circle Punch 119873 (2 in Basic Black for the eyes)
1 ¼” Circle Punch 119861 (in White for the muzzle, or use the 3rd from smallest circle framelit)
1 ¼” Scallop Circle Punch 127811 (in White for the tail)
Circle Collection Framelits 130911 (2 in White for the basket, score at 1 ½” on each)
Fancy Fan Embossing Folder 127751
Magnetic Platform 130658
Big Shot Die Cut Machine 113439
Coastal Cabana 3/8” Ruffle Stretch Trim 130024
Sweet Sorbet Accessory Pack 133522 (Pool Party Baker’s Twine to tie the top of the basket closed)
Uni-ball Signo White Gel Pen 105021
Basic Black Stampin’ Write Marker 100082
Sticky Strip 104294
Glue Dots 103683
Candy: Reese’s White Peanut Butter Egg
Thanks for stopping by today! Remember, Easter is on April 20th this year so get your craft supplies early so you have plenty of time for stress free crafting!