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Since it's almost Easter I decided to try and make a miniature bunny basket. This technique however should work with just about anything and at any size. I used a juice container for the tiny bunny.
All you will need is a craft knife and a pair of scissors to cut the shapes out of whatever containers you pick. Instructions will be with the pictures. It's fun and simple, you can make it out of any sort of solid container you can cut so if you have the tools and supplies, you can even cut through metal buckets or even those thick plastic ten gallon buckets.
This basket can be used for a mini Easter basket, doll baskets, fairy baskets, holding tiny miniature plants in a fairy garden, something fun to hold a little trinket, a basket to give a tiny present in. It can be whatever you want it to be. Create your own plastic bottle basket with your own forms. Be creative, recycle and have a happy Easter or just a fun bunny craft day.
Disclaimer; No bunnies were harmed in the making of this post but I cannot promise the same for the candy.
|Step one, gather supplies.|
|Step two, remove plastic label.|
|Step four, cut container open at top|
|Step three, remove caps.|
|Step five, cut down for the ears, across|
to form the shape of the ears, the sides
and leave a little for the tail.
|Step six, cut between the conjoined|
ears to create the gap.
|Back view of bunny basket with a|
fun-sized candy to show size.
|Step seven, remove the piece between|
the ears giving you the bunny basket.