Now you have a nice, strong basket that you can keep or give away. It's strong, so it can be used for more than just Easter. Feel free to comment to h...
I made this because my sister wanted to enter the "Make to learn youth contest". After a while, she said she wanted to make an Easter basket. She never actually made it, but she inspired me to make a Easter basket for myself. I actually wasn't going to publish it, but then I saw the "Crafting speed challenge" and I thought it might win something.
First, you will need:
1. A cardboard box
2. Two or more rolls of duct tape of different colors
3. A tape measure
4. A pocket knife or other small knife
5. A pencil
6. A ruler
Step 2: Starting To Cut
First, measure how wide your roll of duct tape is. Then mark that length six times and make six rectangles(see picture). To make the rectangles exact, follow the lines on the cardboard. Then make a line across the tops of the rectangles to make them into 6 boxes that are 5" x how wide your duct tape is. Now cut them out.
Step 3: Continuing
Now measure along a crease in your cardboard and make 12 marks, each one inch apart. Make 12 rectangles, and make 6 of them 5" long, and the other six 6" long. Cut them out.
Step 4: Finish Cutting
Now find a part of your cardboard that's at least 25" long. Make three marks on it that are each 1 1/4" apart(see picture). Now make two long strips that are each 1 1/4" x 25" long. Cut them out.
Step 5: Stop And Double Check
Now stop and check to make sure you have all the parts. You should have:
1. Six pieces that are 5" x the width of your duct tape
2. Six parts that are 1" x 5"
3. Six pieces that are 1" x 6"
4. Two pieces that are 1 1/4" x 25"