The favorite storybook character — and — makes an appearance on this Beatrix Potter-inspired pick. Mr. McGregor would be none too please.
Champion finders will appreciate these roomy totes. Kids can stuff the striped bags with boatloads of goodies.
Not only is this bag personalized, but the bunny ears and face will make your daughter feel like she won the jackpot of all Easter baskets.
Blanket stitching — not to mention cute pink noses — make these rabbit-shaped bags oh-so-sweet. Just wait until you see the cottontail.
Bright pink or navy blue distinguishes this tote from the rest of the crowd. It's got plenty of room for treats too, so your kid can go to town on the egg hunt.
Sometimes simple is better, as proven by this classic basket. You can choose from six different fonts for your child's name.
Flopsy and Mopsy would approve of this adorable bag. The personalization goes right on the ear!
Make any container feel personal by tying on a woodcut tag. They would make equally cute place cards at Easter brunch too.
Coating wooden animals with dry erase paint creates a reusable and versatile name tag.
What you'll need: wooden cutouts ($5 for 100, ), dry erase paint ($20 per bottle, )
These collapsible totes store flat, but the versatile design lets kids carry them all summer long.
Generic baskets feel special thanks to homemade cards. After customizing and cutting the labels, secure them with a ribbon bow.
What you'll need: cardstock ($8 for 25 sheets, ), blue ribbon ($13, )
decals transfer easily onto , but a sheet of might also do the trick.
What you'll need: white vinyl ($8, ), colored pails ($16 for 12, )
A sturdy rope handle makes racing around the backyard a breeze. The durable canvas also works just as well for beach gear and strewn toys.
$9 and up
What child doesn't love ruffles? Update a basket with a liner in seasonal pastels.
There's no confusion here. Deck out enamel pails with a name, monogram, or even a cute critter.
Tuck these ombre beauties in your child's basket for a sweet surprise.