March 28, 2011

BBTB2 Challenge: Disney

Oooops! This was supposed to post this morning...oh well... 
Hello again!  Welcome to another week of Bitten By the Bug2 Challenges.  This week our mission was to use a Disney cut.  I don't have any Disney cartridges except Pooh Font so I picked the cute little baby Eeyore.  I cut him out and inked the edges.  I attached him to a plastic container (this particular one is from potato salad from the deli!)  I punched a hole in each side to attach a ribbon handle.  I attached printed tape (Anna Griffin) around the rim, and half circles cut from glitter cardstock around the bottom edge. Then I filled the container with paper Easter grass topped with bite sized candies. Fresh, cute and fun!  Go see what the other designers created at BBTB2!

Miles of Smiles,

7 comments:

Maria said...

I love what you made! So perfect for this time of year--great choice of Disney image to put with your project :)

joydee1963 said...

very cute basket,love it, joydee1963@yahoo.com

**Treefrog** said...

So So Cute Melissa! What a great idea for recycling and perfect for this time of year, would be great for quick little gifts. I Love the little Eeyore!
((Hugs)) Theresa

kristyscraps said...

What a clever idea-even includes recycling/repurposing! Eyeore is too cute!
kristyscraps@sbcglobal.net

Heather said...

I love this!! It instantly reminded me of my childhood and how my grandparents would make easter baskets just like this. They would use old butter tubs and containers from the deli. Ok, enough rambling from me....this is so sweet and I really like it!

Jeri said...

Awwww, this is so darn sweet, Melissa. Eeyore is my favorite Pooh character. I didn't know that there were any characters on the font cartridge. Nice to know.

DonnaMundinger said...

Precious!!!!! this is as sweet as can be!!! xxD