Monday, May 17, 2010

Velvet and Glitter Basket Kits


This sweet basket measures 5 by 5 inches and is inspired by a beautiful vignette on my windowsill in the hallway. Together a chipped egg bird nest and a tarnished silver candle holder make the most fanciful combination.

I wanted the kit to contain frilly, shimmery, textures. The velvet brown ribbon really makes the German glitter glass star sparkle!
To create this basket. I start with my materials...
-Nut Cup
-2 Brown and 1white coffee filter
-Strip of Music Sheet
-Pipe cleaner
-2 inch German glitter glass star
- strip of velvet ribbon

1st- Crumple the coffee filters into a ball and squeeze. Making the filters rough and wrinkled.

2nd- With Hot glue gun , run a line of glue across the length of the music sheet and place pipe cleaner over the glue. Fold music sheet over, covering the pipe cleaner completely.
3rd- Hot Glue around base of nut cup and set in the middle of a brown coffee filter.

Wrap the coffee filter around the cup pressing the filter onto the glue. Repeat with White filter and then last brown filter.
4th- Hot Glue Velvet Ribbon around the base of the coffee filter covered cup, Hot Glue the German Glitter glass star over the seam of the velvet ribbon.

You are finished! Create displays and vignettes on sills and shelves, table centerpieces, table settings. Use to hold vintage buttons or follies in your studio or fill with vintage ephemera shreds and give as a gift.
Make a basket with this kit for sale here. or order one and let me know you'd like it to arrive to you completed :) Hurry! Only 9 available~!


14 comments:

Lori Katies Rose Cottage said...

Angela ~
That is soooo cute !! I love it !

Carol Mae said...

Your little nut cup is so sweet and looks so nice displayed with the bird nests. Love it. thanks for sharing that. Smiles, Carol Mae

CHILDHOOD MAGIC said...

so pretty and magical!

Gina said...

What a lovely basket! I really like the detailed, pictured tutorial. I cannot wait to try this myself! You are very talented. :)

Gina said...

Weird! I posted a comment and it never showed! I think your basket is just beautiful. I love your detailed and pictured tutorial. I cannot wait to try it sometime!

Elyse said...

hi angela,

this post is wonderfully presented and sooooooo lovely. gosh, i want to make one right now! thank you for sharing.

xo
elyse

Lou said...

Hi Ange,
this is absolutely gorgous! Love what you have done and your vignette!
Lou xx

Shopgirl said...

What a wonderful share this is...I think it is really sweet...I will never think of coffee filters in the same way! Hugs Mary

koralee said...

Just found your lovely blog...I am so inspired by your ideas...off to visit your esty shope right NOW!!! Thank you so much for the magic over here! xoxxo

~*~ saskia ~*~ said...

So much gorgeousness over here, love it!! Of to read some of your past posts....
Have a most wonderful vacation. xo

Katie said...

So sweet! Great tutorial, thanks for sharing! :) xoxo

thetragicqueen said...

I purchased a couple of these kits, along with a bunch of other goodies. I love your stuff. Your blog is so re-freshing. Im sharing your blog.

My name is Angela as well.
I've purchased from you on Etsy.
(mostevilqueen) Etsy
thetragicqueen.typepad.com

Sandy Michelle said...

I can't wait to get mine! I just ordered it from you the other day :)

Sandy xox

Barbara Jean said...

sweet!
thinks for sharing

blessings

barbara jean