25 Easter Basket Ideas Kids (and Grown-ups!) Will Adore

A $4 IKEA pot is a spring goodie bag waiting to happen.

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Put out any of these festive baskets, and you won't want to give the Easter bunny credit. The treat-filled gifts will score major points with candy-loving kids and adults alike. Plus, check out our favorite personalized Easter baskets!

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Woven Easter Basket

$28

With natural seagrass and cheery pastel colors, you won't want to put this basket away after Easter Sunday.

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GiftedDecor/Etsy
Painted Easter Basket

$32

Who wouldn't adore a custom-painted Easter basket like this one? Ask for a bunny, your child's name, or both.

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Monogrammed Tassel Basket

$16

A girlie girl will love carting around this basket on Easter Sunday — especially because it shows off her own monogram.

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Serape Easter Baskets

$18

Give your Easter basket a Southwest-inspired touch — this carry-all could also double as a piece of decor once the day is over.

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pottery barn kids felt bunny easter buckets
Pottery Barn Kids
Felt Bunny Easter Baskets

$17

A rabbit-shaped basket puts regular, ol' containers to shame. Just look at that cute little nose!

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Williams Sonoma
Easter Embossed Glass Basket

$30

Colorful , , or would all look sweet in this charming dish. You might need more than one!

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Pottery Barn grapevine egg baskets
Pottery Barn
Grapevine Easter Egg Baskets

$31 and up


Tuck a hostess gift of kitchen linens or potted flowers inside this woven container as a thoughtful thank you. It can get a second use as a planter all spring and summer long.

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pottery barn kids pom pom seersucker easter basket
Pottery Barn Kids
Pom Pom Seersucker Easter Basket

$20 and up

Pop a playful liner in your little one's basket before she starts searching for treats. Just imagine how cute the photos will be!

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posh boutique monogrammed burlap easter basket
Posh Boutique
Monogrammed Burlap Easter Basket

$18

Personalized sacks keep each kiddo's haul of goodies straight. Request either a name or initials stitched in one of 19 different thread colors for the ultimate custom bag.

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Michael Partenio
Mossy Easter Basket

Refresh last year's basket by covering the entire thing with craft store moss. It's the woodsy version of upcycling.

What you'll need: moss ($8, ), twine ($6, )

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Dana Gallagher
Paper Easter Nests

Shredding or an outdated dictionary can provide the perfect nesting material. Then fill your bowl with eggs — candy, wooden, plastic, or otherwise.

What you'll need: lunch bags ($6 for 50, ), clear glue ($6, )

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Paper & Stitch
Floral Easter Basket

Florals for spring isn't exactly new, but the shtick doesn't feel as tired when you use fresh-from-the-field blooms. Garden roses, ranunculus, tulips and sweet peas went into this full-petaled look.

What you'll need: glue gun ($13, ), basket ($14, )

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Michael Partenio
Easter Berry Baskets

Strawberry season might be a couple months away, but can still hold other goodies, like homemade cookies. Tape to the sides for extra color.

What you'll need: berry baskets ($11 for 6, ), scrapbook paper ($5, )

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The Casual Craftlete
Wire Easter Basket

This is the centerpiece your Sunday brunch needs. Fill up a with speckled eggs and baby's breath, and the entire tablescape comes alive.

What you'll need: wire basket ($15, ), faux speckled eggs ($8 for 24, )

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The House That Lars Built
Fabric Easter Basket

Instead of decorating a basket from the store, you can make your own bowl from scratch. This craft coils into a completely-custom vessel.

What you'll need: cotton filler cord ($25, ), glue gun ($13, )

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Studio DIY
Fringe Easter Baskets

Covered with , become the cutest containers to hit the egg hunt. They're like mini piñatas just for jellybeans.

What you'll need: plastic cups ($13 for 300, ), fringe garland ($15, )

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Lovely Indeed
Easter Bucket

Grown-ups can appreciate this Easter pail (discovered in Target's dollar section!) filled up with succulents, , and chocolate. After all, you can never quite outgrow a sweet tooth.

What you'll need: plastic pot ($5, ), golden eggs ($8 for 12, )

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Oh Happy Day
Paper Flower Easter Basket

flowers look great on just about anything, Easter baskets included. Concentrate a few blooms around the handle for a lush look without hours of crafting.

What you'll need: white basket ($35 for 3, ), crepe paper ($15, )

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Tessa Lindsay Garcia
Hostess Easter Basket

A filled with rosé and chocolate truffles is the adult version of a goodie bag. Other traditional housewarming gifts (like a sweet-smelling candle) round it out.

What you'll need: bushel basket ($9, ), striped ribbon ($11, )

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She Knows
Metallic Easter Basket

Go for gold by spray-painting your basket a winning hue. Add extra glitz with mini disco balls, glitter nail polish, and foil-wrapped treats.

What you'll need: gold paint ($4, ), golden eggs ($8 for 12, )

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The Blondielocks
IKEA Easter Basket

An IKEA fan might recognize this cute cup for what it really is: A . But at that price — and with a cute lace detail — no one will stop you from repurposing it as a treat container.

What you'll need: plant pot ($4, ), chocolate carrots ($6 for 4, )

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Burcu Avsar
Wipe-Off Easter Tags

Experience the magic of dry erase paint for yourself. A few coats turn any flat surface, including cutesy , into a whiteboard.

What you'll need: wooden cutouts ($5 for 100, ), dry erase paint ($21, )

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Lia Griffith
Upcycled Easter Basket

Woven together, plain, ol' grocery bags are the dead ringer for the real thing.

What you'll need: glue gun ($13, ), metal ruler ($4, )

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Oh Happy Day
Rainbow Easter Basket

Pastels might dominate the springtime palette, but this neon edition jumps out as especially cheery.

What you'll need: white basket ($35 for 3, ), assorted paper filler ($28, )

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Fill your baskets with gorgeous marbled eggs using this clever technique.

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