Looking for some Easter basket ideas for all of those Easter eggs your kids are going to be gathering up in a few weeks? Sure, you can grab a couple of baskets from the dollar store and leave it at that. But why not take things up a notch with a unique DIY Easter basket that will make the family and the bunny smile? Here are 15 great ideas for the entire family.
EASTER BASKETS FOR KIDS
These Minnie and Mickey Easter baskets are pretty great if you’ve got a Disney fan on your list.
Wouldn’t it be great if the Easter basket was made out of candy, too? Oh, wait. It is. Nom, nom, nom.
Let’s take that up a level and make the entire basket edible….
Love this basket made from an old sweater! Remind me to go through my donations and remove all old sweaters. You know…just in case I need them again.
Take a plastic or metal pail, add a few details and you’ve got an adorable chick Easter basket.
Love these chalkboard Easter pails…you could totally draw something different each year.
These mini crocheted Easter baskets are perfect for holding a single egg with a small gift inside.
Here’s an almost free idea that you can personalize any way you’d like using milk jugs as the base.
These personalized Easter baskets are made from recycled fruit baskets. Very pretty.
A little mod podge, some Easter cut outs and a pretty bow make a wooden box into adorable Easter baskets.
Or you can just skip the basket all together and use a little plastic wagon as an Easter basket instead. Lucky kid!
EASTER BASKETS FOR WOMEN
This birch bark basket is pretty and perfectly rustic and would be lovely for just about anyone.
Wine in an Easter basket? Yes, please. Since you’re probably going to be making your own basket, you can put whatever you darn well please in there….Am I right? Find a wine that pairs well with too many relatives and kids on a sugar high.
EASTER BASKETS FOR MEN
Save some cash and use the beer case as the basket. I don’t know many guys that wouldn’t love this manly version.
Guys who golf would love this golfing Easter basket…skip the eggs and go right for the golf balls. Brilliant.
Happy crafting, “peeps”!