S: Baskets to Use...by Diane
BC: Baskets to use by Diane Thanks to mother for showing me how.
FC: B | Baskets to Use by Diane
1: Lotion Baskets | These are handy at any sink. Washcloths can easily add just the colors you need. Great for lotions, soap, and sanitizer.
2: Soda Storage This handy basket is a beautiful way to store your 2- liter or other large bottles. A divider keeps them from bumping together.
3: Coin Basket | This handy little basket can serve as a keepsake. A quarter fits snuggly in the bottom to remind you of a special year. Colored reed can be added to create a variety of patterns.
4: Wooden and ceramic buckles can be added to the sides to create a theme or personalization. They can be stained with the basket or can be painted before weaving for a sharper contrast. | Buckle Baskets!
5: Bottoms Up! A variety of baskets can be made with solid wood bottoms orwoven designs.
6: French Bread Basket A long loaf of bread fits snuggly in this basket to make a perfect house-warming gift. Let it serve double-duty by lining up individual bags of snacks inside-a perfect gift for any snackoholic!
7: Napkin Baskets-everyone could use one of these! Use it to say "Thank You" or fill with a seasonal design for the perfect gift any time of the year. The wrapped handle gives a special touch!
8: Bottle Totes
9: Jar Baskets Need a holder for those canned goodies or preserves? These baskets with dividers will keep your jellies and jams firmly in place. You don't can? Well, consider filling jars- quarts, pints, or half-pints with gum balls for the kids, cookie mixes for busy moms, peppermint candy for grandma, sugar-free chocolates for diabetic grandpa, or a sewing kit or laundry change for the college kid.
10: Straws and Stripes | Enjoy a matching set of baskets. These in red, blue and natural reed will be fun to use on the Fourth of July or the many other patriotic days throughout the year.
11: Pass it On! | This small basket will make a big difference in the day of the person you give it to and the many people to follow. Fill it with crackers, candy, and gum, add the poem below and pass it on. | This basket has an "A" buckle for Ashbrook-the school where I started the first Pass it On basket. | Pass it On This little basket is a good size to fill, with all kinds of treats that will spread goodwill. All around places where we work and play, times will arise when we want to say "Congratulations," or "job well-done," to someone who lent a hand or helped you have fun. So enjoy the basket for a little while, until you see a co-worker, who could use a smile. Then, when all of your goodies are gone, refill it for them and pass it on!