Easter baskets are a fun and festive way to celebrate the holiday, and making your own Easter bunny baskets is a great way to get into the spirit of the season. These cute and whimsical baskets are perfect for holding Easter treats, eggs, and other small gifts, and they’re sure to bring a smile to the faces of kids and adults alike. For a fun craft, let me show you how to make your own Easter bunny baskets.
Easter grass or shredded tissue paper
Small toys or treats
Easter eggs (optional)
Cut the white felt into a large oval shape for the basket body. Make sure the oval is large enough to fit on the easter basket that wiill hold the items you want to include in your basket.
Cut two smaller ovals from the pink felt for the bunny ears. You can also use white felt if you prefer.
Glue the two pink ovals to the top of the white oval, one on each side, to create the bunny ears.
Cut two small triangles from the pink felt for the bunny cheeks. Glue these onto the white felt large oval below the ears.
Cut a small oval from the pink felt for the bunny nose. Glue this onto the basket below the cheeks.
Use a black marker to draw on the bunny’s eyes and whiskers.
Fill the basket with Easter grass or shredded tissue paper.
Add small toys, treats, or Easter eggs to the basket.
Tie a bow or ribbon around the basket, if desired.
Your Easter bunny basket is now ready to be filled with treats and gifts! These fun and whimsical baskets are a great way to add a touch of personality to your Easter celebration, and they’re sure to be a hit with kids and adults alike. Whether you’re making them for your own family or as gifts for friends, these baskets are a fun and easy DIY project that’s perfect for the Easter season. So gather your materials, get creative, and start making your own Easter bunny baskets today!