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20 Easter Baskets to Make



Spend Easter morning with your family by having a nice brunch and looking for your Easter baskets. There are so many Easter baskets to make if you're looking for a low-budget project. You don't have to go out and buy Easter baskets for everyone in your family if you can make them yourself. Besides, it can get a bit pricey if you have many family members.

One of my favorite DIY Easter basket projects is a nice green crafting project. You can gather things you already have lying around your house and create your own Easter baskets in no time. The only thing you need to spend money on is the goodies you fill it with. A shoebox, some construction paper and a few other materials gets you a great Easter basket. Read about the article I wrote on making your own Easter basket. Below you can find some really cute Easter baskets you can make. Make one and keep it for every year or make a new one each year. These can be used for decorations or functional Easter baskets for the kids to find. So if you're looking for an Easter basket to make, check out these 15 ideas!

20 Easter Baskets to Make

  1. Pink Crochet Easter Basket
  2. Paper Flowers Easter Basket
  3. Personalized Egg Hunt Easter Basket
  4. Mini Cupcake Easter Baskets
  5. Lilac and Lemon Cardstock Easter Basket
  6. Bunny in a Basket Free Crochet Pattern
  7. Cute Easter Basket
  8. Easter Basket Surprise
  9. Easter Bunny Milk Jug Basket
  10. Jelly Bean and Bunny Easter Pot
  11. Mini Easter Basket
  12. Milk Jug Easter Basket
  13. Fabric Easter Basket
  14. Fabric Applique Easter Basket
  15. Basket of Easter Fun
  16. NEW!  Colorful Clay Pot Easter Basket
  17. NEW!  Quilled Paper Easter Basket
  18. NEW!  3D Easter Bag
  19. NEW!  Personalized Easter Basket
  20. NEW!  Tisket Tasket Easter Basket


Looking for an Easter Basket that's a bit more unique?  Check out this Earth Friendly Easter Box.  Made with an empty egg carton and lots of other recycled materials, this fun project is budget friendly and a great way to give Easter eggs, candy, and small toys.  This Sweet Treat Bunny is also a fun way to give out Easter candy.  Use an old toilet paper roll to make a little bunny that you can fill with all kinds of yummy treats!

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Mar 6, 2013

The link for the Pink Crochet Easter Basket has been fixed. Sorry for the confusion!


Mar 3, 2013

Trying to get the pattern for the Pink Crochet Easter Basket in row 2 but it keeps coming up as the Paper Flowers Easter Basket pattern.


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Mar 3, 2013

I'm interested in the pattern for the Pink Crochet Easter Basket in Row 2, but when I click on it, it gives the instructions for the Paper Flowers Easter Basket. Any chance that can be fixed? Thanks!


Mar 3, 2013

There is no pattern for the last basket shown in the second row. When I click on it I get paper flowers Easter basket. You have two instructions for "paper flowers Easter basket" and none for the last one in row two.


Jan 12, 2012

I am looking to make an Easter basket for my great-granddaughter and need some patterns to put on it .. I am going to use plastic canvas ... I made them for my grandchildren but I can't find the papers with the patterns ... can u help


Apr 3, 2010

These crafts have been around for longer than 2 days. Maybe you should check the site more often. )


Apr 2, 2010

Why do you give us these crafts to make 2 days before the holiday when there's no time to buy the supplies much less make the craft. Very frustrating!


Mar 27, 2010

For the crocheted Bunny in A Basket instructions wherever a fraction should appear the backslash has been dropped both in the instructions and in people's comments. When the instructions are supposed to say one-half inch or one-fourth inch they say 12" or 14". This makes the instructions confusing and unless crafters realize the problem the project can't be completed. This doesn't seem to be true in other instructions so it must be a problem with whatever software is being used when writing the instructions. I hope the editors can find a way to fix this. Until they do fix this 12" pompoms should be one-half inch and 14" pompoms should be one-fourth inch. The chenille stems for the ears should be cut four and a half inches long and the basket's finished size is three and a half by five inches.


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