Martha Stewart Living, Volume 133 December 2004
Overlap sides slightly and glue in place using craft glue and a paintbrush; hold until set.
Brush glue on outside of basket. Working over a bowl, spoon glitter over glue, covering completely. Let dry; repeat on inside of basket.
When basket is dry, lay it facedown and crisscross three 14-inch-long ribbons as shown. Attach ribbons and card stock at center with a mini paper fastener. With same kind of ribbon, make two 2 1/4-inch-long tuxedo bows (see below). Cut another 7-inch strip of ribbon; this will be used to hang the ornament.
Turn basket right side up and bring ribbon ends in so they meet at a point. Holding them at that point, cut off excess and dab fabric glue on cut ends to secure; hold until it sets. Glue one end of the hanging-ribbon strip to both sides of the cut ends, making a loop. Glue a tuxedo bow to either side; concealing ends of looped ribbon. Fill baskets with wrapped candies.
Mini paper fastener
Fabric glue (such as Magna-Tac 809)
Print our template onto card stock and cut along solid lines. Score along dotted lines using a ruler and a bone folder. Fold in along innermost lines to form basket's sides; fold out along outer lines to create a rim.