- 1 What can I use as an Easter basket?
- 2 What do you put in the bottom of an Easter basket?
- 3 What to put in small Easter baskets?
- 4 How much should you spend on Easter baskets?
- 5 What do you do if you don’t have an Easter basket?
- 6 What can I buy for Easter besides chocolate?
- 7 What can I give instead of Easter eggs?
- 8 What can I use instead of a basket?
- 9 What do you put in a 13 year olds Easter basket?
- 10 How do you make an easy paper basket?
- 11 How do you make paper Easter eggs?
What can I use as an Easter basket?
This Easter, Think Outside the Basket. Here Are 15 Clever Alternatives.
- Umbrella Basket. PrimalDish.
- Rain Boot Basket. Better Homes and Gardens.
- Beach Towel and Noodle Basket. Down Home Inspiration.
- Stuffed Animal Basket. The Idea Room via DIY Ready.
- Flower Pot. CraftSanity.
- Plastic Egg Bouquet. Ms.
- Soda Pop Pack.
- Lunch Tote.
Tip: Save money by sticking newspaper in the bottom of your basket to fill it up a little bit before you add in the good stuff.
- Green Graft Paper.
- Mini Balloons.
- Yarn or Ribbon.
- Tissue Paper Honeycombs.
- Flowers or Greens.
- Fabric or Napkins.
What to put in small Easter baskets?
If you’re short on space, fill mason jars with Easter candy and top with a cheeky pair of bunny ears. Upgrade a basic basket by decorating it with silk flowers and colored ribbon. Say “thank you” to your Easter brunch hostess with a basket full of her favorite things, including wine, chocolate, and spa goodies.
How much should you spend on Easter baskets?
How much should you spend on Easter basket goodies? A quick look at some parenting forums shows families spending anywhere from $25 to $100 per child, but you don’t need to turn Easter into a consumer holiday.
What do you do if you don’t have an Easter basket?
Easy Ideas for Easter Basket Alternatives
- Beach Towel Easter Basket from Down Home Inspiration. Candy Box Easter Basket from Krazy Coupon Lady.
- Tackle Box Easter Basket from Crafty Morning.
- Cooler Easter Basket from The Seasonal Home.
- Baby Pool Easter Basket from Kicker 102.5.
- Sports Helmet Easter Basket from Fun Squared.
What can I buy for Easter besides chocolate?
LIST OF THE BEST 20 Non- Chocolate Easter Gifts for Babies, Toddlers and Kids
- LITTLE CHICK BABY SLEEPSUIT.
- EASTER VELVET BUNNY RABBIT EARS HEADBAND.
- PERSONALISED BUNNY BABY LEGGINGS.
- PERSONALISED BABY RABBIT FOOTPRINT KIT.
- MARY MEYER TAGGies LAMB COMFORTER.
- EASTER BUNNY DOLL KIT.
- SMART BUNNY BOO 3D PUZZLE.
What can I give instead of Easter eggs?
13 Easter egg alternatives for kids
- 1 Inflatable Bunny Ears Rings.
- 2 Scruff-a-Luvs Babies Surprise Rescue Pet – Easter Collectables.
- 3 Cadbury Peter Rabbit Egg 72G.
- 4 Where’s the Bunny?: An Egg-cellent Search-and-Find Book (Search and Find Activity)
- 6 Baker Ross Bunny & Carrot Pull Back Racers (Pack of 4)
What can I use instead of a basket?
18 Creative Easter Basket Alternatives Your Peeps Are Sure to Love!
- Umbrella. Now this is a clever and unique idea!
- Rain Boots. This is my absolute favorite idea yet!
- Sand Buckets. Sand buckets in my opinion are much more useful than the traditional Easter Baskets.
- Kiddie Pool.
- Garden Wagon.
- Beach Towel.
- Mixing Bowl.
What do you put in a 13 year olds Easter basket?
Bath Time is Fun Time: Bath toys, Bubble bath, Bath salts, Washcloths, Bath towel, New robe, Hair brush, Bath sponge, Pumice stone. Tasty treats: Candy, Cheese sticks, Beef jerky, Trail mix, Old-fashioned soda, Handi-snacks, Granola bars, Cereal, Hot chocolate. Plan for Rainy Weather: Umbrella, Rain boots, Rain jacket.
How do you make an easy paper basket?
- Step 1: Cut the Paper Into Strips. You’ll need to cut the paper into 1″ wide strips.
- Step 2: Arrange 4 Pieces.
- Step 3: Weave in 4 Pieces.
- Step 4: Adjust Everything.
- Step 5: Glue Down Each Corner.
- Step 6: Fold All Pieces Inwards.
- Step 7: Mark and Fold the 18″ Pieces.
- Step 8: Weave Each of These 4 Pieces In.
How do you make paper Easter eggs?
Start by cutting some tissue paper up into 1-2 inch pieces (we used strips and triangles). Then spray a hardboiled egg with water. Lay pieces of tissue on the egg – they will stick anywhere the egg is wet. If they don’t stick, just spray the egg with a bit more water.