Bandana Berry Baskets

Bandana Berry Baskets

Fourth of July is in one week! What are your plans? I’m spending time with family and soaking up the sun. If you’re enjoying the holiday with company, we’ve got the perfect gift to send your guests home with. These Bandana Berry Baskets are seasonal and patriotic, but not overly so! Last year we posted a tutorial on how to bleach bandanas to give them a beautiful faded look. Check it out if you missed it! We’ve chosen a patriotic palette of those bandanas to wrap up fresh berry filled baskets. We’ve even created a coordinating bandana inspired tag to accompany the gifts! So share the fruits of the season with bandana berry baskets!

See how to wrap your basket properly with a bandana!

Bandana Berry Baskets

Bandana Berry Baskets

Bandana Berry Baskets

Bandana Berry Baskets

Materials:

Bandana Berry Baskets

Instructions:

  1. Fill your basket with plenty of berries
  2. Place your basket in the middle of a bandana, angled as shown in the photo
  3. Fold in two opposite corners of the bandana so they meet the edges of the basket
  4. Then fold those two sides up and over the basket, so they overlap.
  5. Next fold in the two long sides, almost like wrapping a present
  6. Lastly, bring the two tails up and over the box and tie a knot.

Bandana Berry Baskets

Bandana Berry Baskets

Bandana Berry Baskets

Bandana Berry Baskets

Bandana Berry Baskets

Photography by Jane Merritt

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