When it comes to your child’s Easter basket, do they receive a new one each year, or do they have a basket that’s been used since their very first holiday? There are so many fun Easter baskets to choose from each spring; it must be hard not to want a brand-new Star Wars basket time after time! If your child is hoping for a new basket, consider having them make one themselves. This week’s roundup has a few DIY Easter basket ideas to get you started.
This basket is a true work of art! Nurture Store shows you how some painted paper plates can be transformed into unique Easter baskets.
Why not turn to your stash of stickers to make a new basket? The Pinning Mama shows you how to use an electronic cutter to create your own graphics, but you can use your own favorite decals and stickers to create a basket out of a pail.
Have an empty coffee can in your recycling bin? Then you’ve got the start of a new basket! Northstory turned her empty can into a bright Easter offering you can make, too.
While not an Easter basket, Smart Schoolhouse wins big DIY points for this clever packaging. This bubble gum container is perfect for a tween who would still enjoy a little something from the Easter Bunny.