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Here comes Peter Cottontail
Hoppin’ down the bunny trail
Hippity hoppin’, Easter’s on its way…

Did you sing that? Lol!

Easter is right around the corner and I wanted to share with you a few creative Easter Basket Ideas.

One thing that I love about Easter Baskets is that you can customize them to fit the interests and personalities of your children (or an adult – no judgement). I’m loving the idea of creating more of a functional Easter Basket and not actually using a basket at all but an item that can be used for another purpose.

Here is a list of 5 Creative Easter Basket ideas great for toddlers to teens. I’ve included a few suggestions on what to include in the basket.

Traditional Easter Basket:

two white easter baskets with bunny ribbon tied on the side with toys and books coming out of the top

Photo Credit: Happily Eva After

Summer/Beach Easter Basket:

two Easter Baskets made out of rolled up beach towels with flip flops out of the top as ears on a counter with toys and chocolate bunnies in front

Photo Credit: This Tiny Blue House

  • Pool Towel
  • Flip Flops
  • Pool Shoes
  • Goggles
  • Kite
  • Sunglasses

Craft/DIY Easter Basket:

Easter Basket with a chalkboard as the pail with glue, markers, chalk and coloring books coming out of the top

Photo credit: Clumsy Crafter

Gaming Easter Basket:

Easter Basket made from athletic bag with flip flops, candy and a gift card coming out of the top

Photo Credit: Source Unknown

  • Gift Card: Robux, V Bucks, Xbox, Playstation
  • Gaming Headphones
  • Favorite Snacks
  • Video Game Easter Basket ideas

Beauty Easter Basket:

purple Easter Basket with loofa, lip gloss, nail polish and face masks coming out of the top

Photo Credit: Passion for Savings

  • Chapstick/Lipgloss
  • Face masks
  • Nail polish/Nail Kit
  • Slippers/Socks
  • Accessories
  • Loofah
  • Hair towel

I hope that this list gives you a few ideas to create a fun Easter Basket. Create a traditional basket or go for a theme. Either way you can’t go wrong. Easter

First published 3/29/2021, updated 3/6/2024

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Hey Guys I’m Caffie! I’m so exited to join the Orlando Mom Collective team. I’m actually one of those rare Floridians,lol. I was born and raised right here in Orlando and honestly I don’t think I could live anywhere else. I’ve been married to my wonderful husband for 14 years and we have two beautiful littles girls (8 & 4). We are a homeschooling family but I also work full-time as a Flight Attendant. When I’m not flying the friendly skies you can catch me creating! I absolutely love anything and everything DIY. My goal is to share with you guys fun craft activities that you can do with your kids but also great DIY projects for yourself as well.


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