Looking for Easter basket ideas? Bring joy to any child who’s excited for the upcoming Easter egg hunt with one of these creative diy easter basket ideas!
Can you imagine your kids running around with Easter eggs, but nowhere to put them? I certainly wouldn’t want my kid’s Easter experience to be incomplete. Easter should be a joyous occasion for children, and these Easter basket ideas will make sure they get the most out of it! You can also make these personalized Easter baskets for your giveaway treat on your Easter gathering! It’s a great gift idea for people of all ages and all walks of life, and I’m sure they’ll adore it. So, let’s get craftin’!
1. DIY Edible Easter Egg Basket
You can make this DIY edible easter egg basket Easter basket in minutes. Just glue together 4 theater box candy boxes to make the sides of the basket. Glue this frame onto a cardboard, and decorate your DIY basket with some fake grass.
2. Fancy Easter Basket
Sophisticated little girls will enjoy this fancy Easter basket. Polka-dotted fabric wrapped around a white basket stuffed with green crepe paper will make any basket look fancy! For finishing touches, throw in the most elegant versions of staple Easter items!
3. DIY Bucket Easter Basket
Who says you can’t make a basket out of a bucket? Your kids will love how much treats they can put in here. You can draw almost anything on a chalkboard painted pail. Let your kids’ imaginations run wild!
4. Paper Plate Easter Basket
Now this is an Easter basket your kids can make themselves. Paint the paper plates, draw cutting lines on them, and fold them along these lines. It doesn’t get any simpler than that!
5. Grocery Bag Easter Basket
If you’re like me who stocks up on grocery bags for rainy days, I’m sure you’ll love this idea. All you have to do is cut up some grocery bags into strips and weave them alternately. Use a glue gun to secure the gaps and decorate with a bow.
6. No-Sew Easter Basket
I must admit, not everyone has the time to sew Easter crafts. But this is not a problem! All you need to do is find a round craft box you can cover with fabric. Apply glue to all surfaces and wrap your chosen fabric around the box. Finish this project with a cute string for a handle and a little puffy pom pom!
7. DIY Moss Basket
This Pottery Barn knock-off is an Easter basket even adults will love. The first thing you have to do is fluff your moss by slightly tearing them apart. Attach them all around the basket using a hot glue gun, and trim them to perfection!
8. Crepe Paper Treat Basket
We all have empty food containers lying around the house, and it’s all you need to make this crepe paper treat basket! Decorate the container with some crepe paper and attach a bedazzled handle. Creativity meets simplicity.