8 Do-It-Yourself Easter Baskets Slideshow
March 27, 2013
To celebrate your favorite food lover at Easter, make them this sweet cupcake with jelly beans, licorice, and sprinkles that makes an edible basket.
Paper Bag Basket
This little basket is so sweet and easy, and it uses recycled paper bags — what could be better? Fill with little candies or a gift card for a teacher or hostess gift.
We love this idea to fill a traditional basket with a nontraditional item — flowers! Pick up your favorite flowers or planter for a pop of color that’s the perfect addition to your spring décor or makes an excellent Easter gift.
Dress up your baskets this year with these chic flowered decorations; the bright colors and swirls of flowers are so appropriate for springtime and make excellent table décor.
Sand Bucket Baskets
For little kids, what could be better than a sand bucket filled with goodies? Have the kids decorate their own with waterproof stickers, shapes, and ribbons before the bunny visits so once the season is over, they can carry them to the beach or pool.
How cute is this polka dot burlap basket? We love it as a bright addition to the brunch table or for holding cake pops or cookies at the dessert bar.
We are loving this colorful, unique Easter basket that puts a twist on traditional with scraps of fabric. It's perfect to fill with candy galore and give to your favorite little one.
Mini Floral Baskets
These miniature baskets filled with a sweet flower take the cake as the cutest baskets. Make one for each of your guests at brunch or dinner and incorporate it into the table setting, and let the guests take one home with them!