Looking for fresh Easter basket ideas that won’t break the bank? Whether you’re planning a basket for babies, kids, teenagers or adults, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite homemade Easter basket ideas that will bring smiles on Easter morning. And after you get inspired by these, check out our personalized Easter baskets for all ages.
Kids of all ages can’t get enough of those clever, lovable emojis. For an Easter basket idea for school-age kids, tweens, and teenagers, fill one up with all things emoji and watch their face light up—just like their favorite expression.
Check out Tater Tots and Jello for a tutorial on how to put together an emoji-filled basket.
DIY Mason Jar
Perfect for Mom, Grandma, teachers, girlfriends—or anyone who would prefer flowers to candy—a mason jar filled with blooms is simple to make. Use the jar as is, or spruce it up with paint and a sweet “Happy Easter” gift tag.
Check out I Heart Nap Time to learn how to make your own.
A Floral Centerpiece
For a fun twist on a classic basket, tap into your creativity.This Easter basket idea is bursting with blooms and makes a unique hostess gift or seasonal centerpiece for your own home.
Head over to SouthernLiving.com for the tutorial.
Printable Shabby Chic Bunny Silhouettes
For a sweet take on an Easter basket idea that you can make with your child, grab a few simple household supplies—think paper bags and cotton balls—and get crafting!
Head over to Hostess With The Mostess for the free printable and how-to.
Wine Lover Basket
Sometimes it can be hard to think of creative adult Easter basket ideas, but one of the simplest ways to get inspired is to tap into the recipient’s favorite things. We love the idea of a wine-focused basket replete with glasses, chocolate, and a bottle of vino, all nestled in a festive container.
For the tutorial, head to Paper & Cake.
Her First Easter
For sweet Easter basket idea fit for a newborn princess, think pretty in pink. Little touches such as ribbons and faux flowers will soften up a simple basket that’s filled with first Easter goodies.
Visit 12th + White for the tutorial.