To start, I cut the eggs three times -- from yellow, pale green, and purple cardstock.
Using a fine-tip glue applicator, I glued the cut-out eggs to the solid back pieces, alternating the colors.
Then I cut my cardstock:
Cream - 8 1/2" x 5 1/2"
Patterned paper - 2" x 5 1/4"
The handle was cut from tan cardstock, using the largest CottageCutz Pierced Wide Oval Frame die.
Using a wide-angle corner punch, I rounded the bottom corners of the basket-weave patterned paper.
I wrapped some purple ribbon around the oval frame/basket handle, taping it in place.
I taped the handle to the back of the basket and added the eggs. Then I adhered some foam tape strips around the basket and the frame.
Removing the protective paper from the tape, I adhered the basket to my card base. I added a large foam pop dot behind each egg and a strip of ribbon and bow to the basket, and my card was finished.
By the way, CottageCutz has a new release of some cute breakfast items called Rise and Shine. They are currently on sale at 25% off. Be sure to check them out.
CottageCutz dies used on my card are: