With natural seagrass and cheery pastel colors, you won't want to put this basket away after Easter Sunday.
Who wouldn't adore a custom-painted Easter basket like this one? Ask for a bunny, your child's name, or both.
A girlie girl will love carting around this basket on Easter Sunday — especially because it shows off her own monogram.
Give your Easter basket a Southwest-inspired touch — this carry-all could also double as a piece of decor once the day is over.
A rabbit-shaped basket puts regular, ol' containers to shame. Just look at that cute little nose!
Colorful , , or would all look sweet in this charming dish. You might need more than one!
$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.
$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!
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.
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, )
Shredding or an outdated dictionary can provide the perfect nesting material.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, )
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, )
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, )
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, )
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, )
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, )
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, )
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, )
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, )
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, )
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, )
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, )
Woven together, plain, ol' grocery bags are the dead ringer for the real thing.
What you'll need: glue gun ($13, ), metal ruler ($4, )
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, )
Fill your baskets with gorgeous marbled eggs using this clever technique.