Happy Monday! I created the tutorial for my upcycled grocery bag fruit basket over a year ago for another blog. And since it is still one of my favorites, I would like to share it here as well.
I am still using my little baskets for photo props and to collect cards and paper clips on my desk. Yes, they are great for fruit baskets and they are also so useful to hold many other things. These baskets really are keepers and worth the time it takes to create them. So here you are, the full tutorial below.
Along with this upcycled grocery bag fruit basket, I’ve also created some other paper baskets in different sizes. In case you missed it, I made a smaller version with a handle for this Easter post. There is also another version of this Easter basket with a thicker handle.
Of course, you can use these baskets for many other things as well. And how cute would it be as a gift for someone with a fun treat inside? You could surprise someone with a few cookies—or even some paper flowers or a paper plant.
When you’re ready to craft this paper basket, just follow the tutorial below. And let me know how you decide to use it! You can always comment below or share pictures with me on Instagram and Facebook by tagging #MadeWithLia.
See What Else You Can Make
For daily DIY ideas and inspiration, join us on Facebook, Pinterest, and Instagram. Or browse our YouTube channel for videos on how to make paper flowers, plants, and more. We love to hear your suggestions and feedback, so please share it with us anytime!
To join our crafting community and get access to patterns, tutorials, and more, head to our membership page!
Are you having trouble? Feel free to contact us and we will be happy to help you out.