Here's how I made it ... I started with Doodlebug's Easter egg basket cutting file (link below). I enlarged the file, then made an offset around the basket. I used this shape to cut the covers and pages.
I mixed and matched lots of pretty papers from the Hoppy Easter 6x6 paper pad and 12x12 prints, then added more die cuts throughout the album. Since I plan to use this for photos of my granddaughter's Easter egg hunt, I used the Hoppy Easter stamp set and doodle dies to create that cute little sign for the first page.
So much Doodlebug cuteness! That bunny peeping over the photo mat makes me so happy. It looks like he's hanging out in the grass with his carrot!🥕
If you'd like to recreate this, I've added product links below. However, you can use ANY paper collection to make this your own! Doodlebug's Hippity Hoppity line is still available HERE and would be a great substitute.
Thanks for stopping by and I hope you have a Happy Easter everyone!