With the holiday fast approaching, you will want to go ahead and DIY Easter baskets and bags. Because I love you, I have here a list of ideas that are not only easy to do but are out-of-this-world cute. Some of these DIY Easter baskets and bags can be carried around for fun egg-hunting adventures. Others are perfect for decorating your home for spring. Happy crafting!
This handmade Easter basket is so easy to make, you will probably end up with dozens in about an hour. Which is a good thing since these would be wonderful for your Easter lunch table décor. To make these, you will simply Washi tape ribbon to the top of the favor cups. Fill with treats and that's it.
Here is an Easter basket idea that your kids can help you make. Even if they find crafting boring, they are sure to make an exception with this particular project. Why? Because it involves gluing fabric pieces to a balloon! You then let the collaged fabric dry, pop the balloon, add a handle, and your colorful basket is ready to host some eggs!
Oh, these are absolutely gorgeous. And easy to do, too, considering you only need to embellish a store-bought basket with flowers. You can find pretty silk flowers in any craft shop. Choose some in a color (or colors) that you like, hot glue them to a basket, embellish with ribbons and that's it.
Here is an Easter basket that you can make using materials from your kids' art stash. The base used here was a plastic bin. I think any box that is low enough for the popsicle sticks to cover will work just fine. You can choose to paint the finished basket or leave the natural wood color to shine. You can even doodle chicks or bunnies to the front of the basket!
These are all sorts of adorable! I think I will be sewing these cuties after I hit publish. They are the perfect solutions to my growing scrap fabric problem. I love the baskets' faces. The pop-pom tail is too cute, I just want to bite it off!
These would make for perfect treat bags for your Easter party. You will need felt, embroidery floss, and printed fabric scraps for this project. You simply cut the face pieces, add the sleepy face details and printed ears, and then sew them together, along the sides. Leave the top of the head open for filling in candies and treats.
Look at this gorgeous DIY Easter basket. The great thing about this is that it can be used for other non-Easter events, too. I think that these will look great as wedding centerpieces. Imagine the rose in white for a winter wedding. Cute, right?