DIY Kids’ Easter Baskets!

March 17, 2016 | FILED UNDER: Holiday Crafts, Easter
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This year instead of heading to the store, make your own DIY kids Easter baskets with some fun supplies from Oriental Trading! All you need are some colorful buckets, Easter stickers, and washi tape. No cutting or gluing required. This would be the perfect kids craft idea for an Easter party or egg hunt. Read on for my latest project for Oriental Trading’s Fun365.com.

Let the kids decorate their own Easter baskets this year. Such a fun Easter kids craft!

I love the bright colors and scalloped edges of these plastic Easter buckets. However, any plastic bucket will work for this project. These colorful sand buckets would also work great. They come in a pack of 12, so are perfect for a group craft project.

Decorate your own Easter basket - such a fun kids Easter craft idea!

These colorful foam Easter stickers are perfect for decorating the baskets and come in a variety of cute Easter shapes from eggs, to bunnies, to flowers.

DIY Easter baskets with washi tape and stickers - so easy!

Stella and Hazel loved decorating their own baskets and wanted to do it all on their own – no help from me. I thought they turned out so great! By the way, have you seen my tutorial for these cute baby chick headbands they are wearing? They love these!

Fun Easter kids craft idea - decorate your own Easter basket!

All it takes are a few inexpensive supplies to make these colorful baskets that will be so much more special than the store-bought version.

Supplies for DIY Easter baskets

Head to Oriental Trading for the DIY Kids Easter Baskets tutorial and full list of supplies. This post is sponsored by Oriental Trading. 

DIY Kids Easter Baskets

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2 responses to “DIY Kids’ Easter Baskets!”

  1. I don’t get to spend much time with my great-grand-children, but your article really GRABBED me! This is a wonderful project we can all do at my daughter’s house, (their grandmother), and I send my thanks!

    Judy in Tennessee

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