Whether you're stowing tons of treats inside or using them for a festive egg hunt, part of the fun of getting the kids excited for Easter is in picking out an Easter basket they'll love. And if you can't resist a good monogram, you'll love these personalized baskets—either to DIY and to buy—that you can use year after year.
Turn a standard basket into a children's book-inspired classic with this Peter Rabbit basket liner.
The perfect place for stashing all those eggs they've found? These colorful plastic Easter baskets, complete with an adorable bunny motif.
The lavender seersucker fabric is so springy, but the addition of little yellow chicks? Undeniably cute.
Or, turn their entire basket into a floppy-eared rabbit with this personalized bunny tote.
If you'd prefer something a little more neutral that can be used beyond easter (hello toy storage!), try this burlap bunny ear basket.
You can't go wrong with a tin bucket that can be personalized with their name in a number of fonts, as well as with fun images like chicks or bunnies.
This gingham-lined, monogrammed bunny basket features an adorable little pom-pom tail as an added fun detail.
A ruffled gingham basket liner is about as cutesy as it gets, but add an embroidered name and you've got a real winner.
If you've already got a basket you like, personalize it by adding a name tag, like this wooden Easter egg-shaped tag.
Coating wooden animals with dry erase paint creates a reusable and versatile name tag.
What you'll need: wooden cutouts ($5.88 for 100, ), dry erase paint ($21.58 per bottle, )
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 ($5.86 for 25 sheets, ), blue ribbon ($12.95, )
Vinyl decals transfer easily onto craft store buckets, but a sheet of alphabet stickers might also do the trick.
What you'll need: white vinyl ($8.39, ), colored pails ($14.33 for 12, )