So! We need: - Basket - Newspapers - Food film - Scissors - Adhesive tape - Napkins - Pencil - Quilling paper - PVA glue - Adhesive gun - Tapes, rhinestones (optional). 1. The first thing to begin with, the preparation of the basket itself. I found my usual basket of flowers. Cleared from excess. If you have a basket with a handle like mine, you can decorate it with ribbons, rhinestones, corrugated paper. Or leave the natural as is. 2. Now you need to fill the void in the basket with a ball of newspapers. A few newspapers crumpled into a ball and wrapped with food film. I put it in the basket. 3. The next process is the creation of roselets from napkins (I have the most usual single-layer pink and white colors). A napkin, I cut into 4 parts. One part of the napkin to the middle was wound on a pencil. After that I squeezed the napkin to the middle from both ends and took out a pencil. The resulting workpiece easily turned into a rose. The bottom was sealed with an adhesive tape. You can tie it with a thread and tape. I got 8 pink and 4 white flowers (the cost of a penny, seemingly very much nothing). 4. With the help of a pistol glue fixed rosettes so that to cover the entire surface of the newspaper ball. 5. Then from quilling paper made 3 large flowers. Flowers I fixed on a toothpick, so it was convenient to install between roses (so to speak the volume effect). Flowers decorated with rhinestones. On the handle of the basket, too, she made several small flowers of red and blue quilling paper. Two-sided green paper cut stems. Supplement, decorate, you can to your taste. And that's what happened. Very cheap and seemingly original gift for any holiday.