Easter baskets for Kids
It’s customary to stuff easter baskets with chocolate bunnies, plastic eggs and other traditional treats. But it’s also increasingly common to fill them with anything and everything else that has a bit of a springtime feel to it.
If you’re looking for a way to make your kid’s basket stand out, try adding a pop of color with craft jewels or washi tape. A rainbow-hued sampler is a gorgeous option that’s perfect for an easy DIY project, and it’s a great way to get your kids excited about the holidays.
For the grown-ups in your life, a gourmet gift basket is a fabulous option. A few of our favorites include this Hickory Farms option that comes with a bottle of rose, churros and cheese, or this one from Mouth that includes dried apricots, pears, crackers and more.
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A garden-themed Easter basket is a surefire hit with kids. It’s a fun activity that can be played outdoors, and it gives the children something to do while they wait for the Easter bunny to arrive. This plant-themed Easter basket is filled with seed packets, small plants and a few simple tools.
The best part? It’s so easy to make. You’ll only need some paint and cardboard rolls, but it’s a fun project that’s perfect for the whole family.
If you’re looking for an alternative to the classic chocolate bunny, this milk jug craft is the way to go. It’s fun for kids and adults, and it’s a great way for them to get creative with their basket.