Want something more than the average basket but lack of creativity strikes? Don’t worry, I have that happen as well. But here I and Pinterest are to your rescue! I’ve compiled a list of the best and most creative Easter baskets that you can give your family or friends to show you care. Most of these are super simple, not really expensive and many are usable items which makes them even better!
from Austin Moms Blog
You can’t get any easier than this but it’s as cute as the rain boots you select. They can be as inexpensive as grabbing some at Dollar General or Walmart and simply fill with treats of your choice.
from Pepper of the Cheerios
If you have a child who likes Trolls..well, really who doesn’t, they’ll love this DIY Troll basket that isn’t found in stores.
from Jennifer Perkins
If you have a baby or toddler, this is a great idea to provide small toys. Especially if they are too young for candy.
from Down Home Inspiration
I love ideas that provide useful items. What’s more perfect for the upcoming summer than a beach towel and pool noodle? Craft them into a ‘basket’ to hold whatever you want to add.
Also great for the upcoming summer is a kiddie pool along with other items to keep them busy and physically active over the summer.
from Peggy Castaneda
Another pool version equally as cute.
from Primal Dish
I’m not sure why, but this one gets me every time. There’s something I really love about the umbrella idea.
from Passion for Savings
The candy is the basket. Some candy and hot glue and you can create a cute candy basket.
from This Fairy Tale Life
Who doesn’t love Mickey & Minnie?
from The Denver Housewife
Make a tutu for your basket and fill with Shopkins. Or anything really.
from Jacqlyn Smith
Another usable item. Create a ‘basket’ from a beach towel fashioned into a bunny complete with goggles.
from My Serendipity Life
This is a great basket for a teen or man. Use a toolbox and fill with treats and toiletries.
from My Serendipity Life
Whether a teen or any woman, a makeup bag filled with makeup, toiletries, and treats will be sure to make them happy.
from Fun Squared
Another makeup bag filled with makeup, bath and body items, socks, well anything the receiver will like.
from A Night Owl
Creative Easter basket for someone who likes to bake. Use a mixing bowl, whisks, spoons, measuring cups and anything else that is great for baking. Don’t forget the sprinkles!
from Bower Power
Here’s a great ‘basket’ for the man in your life. Use a toolbox filled with tools.
from Cake for Breakfast
Compile a basket to pamper a woman. Candy treats, wine, bath oil, etc.
from The Resourceful Mama
For any man or teen, use a baseball cap as your basket and fill with treats they love.
from One Good Thing
from The Keeper of Cheerios
For the unicorn lover in your home, assemble a unicorn basket. Oh, wait… I have a unicorn lover. Maybe I should make this one.
I hope these inspire you to step up your Easter basket game. It’s great if these fit in your budget, but if they don’t, keep these in mind and stop by your Dollar Tree to see what you can make up. There are loads of items. I’ve actually made quite a few baskets from Dollar Tree products ( car wash ‘basket’ in a bucket, movie night from the popcorn bowl, etc). Have fun with it!
Let me know what you liked and if you ended up making one. I’d love to hear from you!