41+ DIYs to Make Decorative Easter Baskets
With Easter around the corner, making Easter baskets for your kiddos and other loved ones may be the first thing on your bucket list. These exciting DIYs would throw light on baskets of various designs and patterns like that of a rabbit, Mickey Mouse, Elma, ninja and much more.
The easiest way to make Easter baskets is to arrange candy boxes and stuff it with goodies. The nerd ropes could also be replaced by showy ribbons.
If you already have a stylish basket at hand, learn how to artistically decorate it with the help of this tutorial.
Consider making a paper rabbit or carrot and stick it right in front of the basket to get the Easter feel.
If your LO swears by Pokémon, then this Easter surprise him with a Pokémon-themed basket like the one shown in the picture below. You may use a plastic bucket as your base and then wrap it with red and white felt paper. A bunny made of cardboard or paper may sit at the center.
By looking at the English subtitles, you would get ideas of decorating the readymade baskets. The ribbon may be replaced by twine for a rustic appearance.
While planning an Easter basket for your boyfriend or husband, a jute bucket like this one is definitely a perfect choice.
Addition of beads or buttons on the wooden sticks gives the basket a decorative look.
You could stuff in plenty Mickey and Minnie Mouse-themed goodies to keep at par with the theme.
For a gorgeous look, design it with ribbon and tulle. The pink satin polka-dotted bow adds to its charm.
The grid lines drawn on the basket give it the appearance of a net. The basketball styled goodies would thrill your little master to the core if he is a fan of the game.
The bunny can be replaced with carrots or eggs.
Instead of the glue the yarn can be drenched in sugary syrup made with half cup warm water and a cup of sugar.
You can omit the flower part if you are not a pro at DIYing and simply make the bag with white (rabbit) or orange (carrot) felt to retain the Easter feel.
To deviate from the traditional basket, a cute truck or any other interesting plaything may be opted for to delight your toddler to the core.
If planning to send gifts to your kiddo’s friends for Easter these mini baskets would be perfect.
If your toddler is a fan of this animated series, he would definitely love the Paw Patrol themed Easter basket.
The basket may even be covered with orange and green paper like the one in the image below for a Ninja look.
When your dearest pal is expecting a princess in spring, this beautiful tulle basket stuffed with love, good wishes, and goodies (for the newborn) would be a perfect gift for her.
If your DD is a Princess Belle fan, then you could design the basket with yellow tulle, fill it with Beauty and the Beast goodies and can even attach Belle’s picture on it. The image shown below would make your job easier.
This is the easiest way to delight your LO with a bunny Easter basket, especially if you do not have much time at hand.
If you find difficulties in shaping a design then download a printable or template and make your design in accordance to that.
This is the best and easiest basket craft to teach preschoolers. Use a bigger paper in case you want to put too many things as that could lessen the risk of it tearing.
You may also consider stitching a carrot on the other side of its paw for a unique look.
Using a balloon for the base and folliwng the paper mache method would help you make a pretty basket as this one.
If your little princess is Frozen-obsessed, then a pretty Easter basket like this one is what you should choose for her. You can also make a basket keeping in mind the Disney princesses and select the color scheme accordingly
To design your Easter basket in the shape of your kiddo’s favorite Sesame street character, Elmo, all you need to do is take a wicker basket, paint it red, add the trademark woogly eyes and big ornage nose and then tie a red ribbon on top. The picture below would be of further help.
In his infancy, your LO would obviously not be able to search the Easter eggs, yet this basket would serve as memorabilia which he would cherish as he matures in age.
The pink furry chicks gives the basket an adorable look. Replace the pink yarn with blue if making it for a newborn boy.
You could attach your toddler’s photo in front of the basket for a personalized touch.
You can mix green and brown grass together for a unique effect.
The pink theme of the basket gives it a Peppa Pig fervor.
The combination of a pool noodle and a beach towel certainly gives the basket an out-of-the-box look.
You can also make the flower out of a bright satin ribbon in place of burlap as shown here.
The fastest way to make an Easter Basket is to take colorful umbrellas, fill them with goodies, and tie a showy ribbon on the sides if you wish, and Holla you are done.
Buy the rain boots, fill them with faux grass and goodies and you have this unconventional Easter Basket ready.
Selecting an Easter Basket for a tween may indeed be a mammoth task, this tutorial provides certain ideas that you can opt for your 8-12-year-old kids.
This cute diaper basket would be a perfect baby shower gift you can give to a would-be-momma.
Apart from the above-mentioned ideas, you may choose any particular theme while choosing Easter baskets like Spiderman, Superman, Disney princesses, Barbie, minion, Star Wars and much more. If you are not much into DIYing, then you can buy
Published on March 11th 2019 by Miranda Gibbs