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Have you noticed that Easter has somewhat turned into the new Christmas? When I was a kid we got a basket with a little bit of candy, some crayons and coloring books. But now, Easter baskets are getting more and more expensive. So, if you are like me and wonder how you can save money on your kids Easter basket or get creative, you have come to the right place!
Some of these Easter Gift Ideas are so unique and your kids will love them!
Keep scrolling to see these adorable Easter Basket Ideas, treats, and crafts!
Box Candy Easter Basket
Why buy an Easter basket when you can make your own! The Krazy Coupon Lady has a great tutorial do to make this Easter basket! Using 4 large boxes of candy, Laffy Taffy ropes and glue you can create this adorable DIY Easter basket! Just glue the boxes together to create a rectangle. Then glue the bottom to a piece of cardboard. Hot glue the Laffy Taffy to each side of the box on the inside to make a handle. Then fill your basket with grass and all the goodies your kids will love!
Tip & Image Credit: The Krazy Coupon Lady
Easter Candy Cones
These Easter Candy Cones are absolutely adorable and would be super cute in your kids Easter Basket or for Easter Decorations around your home! Fill them up with candy and let your kids enjoy! Check out how to make them here from Love The Day!
Tip & Image Credit: Love The Day
DIY Sock Bunnie
Ann’s Entitled Life has a great tutorial on how to make these adorable sock bunnies. With just socks, rice, and a few craft supplies you can make these this Easter!
Tip & Image Credit: Ann’s Entitled Life
Easter Bunny Tail Treats
These bunny tails are absolutely the cutest and your kids will love the sweet treat inside! Grab this free printable from Frog Prince Paperie and make these adorable powdered donut treats for your kids Easter Basket Gifts! Get your free printable here!
Tip & Image Credit: Frog Prince Paperie
Easter Bunny Treat Bags
Today’s Creative Life has a great tutorial on how to make these treat bags! They will be perfect for your kids Easter Baskets or for party favors at your Easter dinner! You just need decorative paper bags, double-sided tape, ribbon, a hole punch, a craft knife & cellophane! Check out her tutorial!
Tip & Image Credit: Today’s Creative Life
Bunny Coloring Pages
I love Dawn Nicoles Designs and her Bunny Coloring Pages are absolutely adorable! These would be the perfect addition to any Easter Basket for your kids! She’s giving them away for free, so go grab them here!
Tip & Image Credit: Dawn Nicole Designs
Make Easter Egg Playdough
Tip & Image Credit: Modern Parents Messy Kids
Cheeto Carrot Treats
Tip & Image Credit: DIY Craft Projects
Painted Bunny Treat Jars
Paint your own bunny treat jars with the tutorial from Happiness is Homemade! Using Mason Jars, paint, bunny stickers, ribbon and Easter candy you can make this treat yourself! If you have a cutting machine you can even make the bunny stickers yourself as well!
Tip & Image Credit: Happiness is Homemade
Easter Egg Nail Polish
Have girls or teenagers in your home that love nail polish? Then this is such a great idea for you to use for your kids Easter Basket…or your own 😉 Such a simple and easy Easter Gift!
Tip & Image Credit: Fall In Nailove
Easter Bunny Cookies
Tip & Image Credit: Doodle Crafts
Easter Egg Bath Bombs
Give these Easter egg bath bombs to someone that deserves to be pampered. And better yet you can make them yourself! Check out the tutorial from Mom Foodie!
Tip & Image Credit: Mom Foodie
DIY Easter Bunnies
Tip & Image Credit: Sparkles of Sunshine
Nail Polish Bunnies
Tip & Image Credit: Beth-a-Palooz
DIY Carrot Favor Boxes
Tip & Image Credit: Ella Claire Inspired
Make your kids Easter basket a little healthier by making cutie carrots! Using cone treat bags, orange tissue paper, green tissue paper and ribbon you can make these adorable treats yourself! Check out Smart School House’s tutorial!
Tip & Image Credit: Smart School House
DIY Egg Shaped Chalk
Do your kids love to draw on the sidewalk? Why not make your own egg-shaped sidewalk chalk! Using plastic eggs and a few more ingredients you can make these to include in your kids Easter baskets! See How Skip to My Lou made them!
Tip & Image Credit: Skip to My Lou
Peek-a-boo Clothespin Egg
If you have small children they will love playing with this peek-a-boo clothespin! One Little Project is the creator of this fun craft! You can make it yourself with a clothespin, glitter craft foam, scissors, and glue! Check out the tutorial here!
Tip & Image Credit: One Little Project
DIY Colored Pencil Pocket
Creative kids will love this DIY carrot colored pencil holder! You can make this yourself with orange and green felt, needle and thread or a sewing machine! Find the tutorial at Skip to My Lou!
Tip & Image Credit: Skip to My Lou
Bunny Bubble Gum
This bunny bubble gum is super cute and you can easily make it in just a few minutes! Grab a bubble gum container, pink & white cardstock, glue and scissors. Find the tutorial here from Smart Schoolhouse!
Tip & Image Credit: Smart Schoolhouse
Candy Filled Easter Mason Jars
These candy jars are so easy to make with just a few items from the dollar store. You will need a mason jar, ceramic bunnies, and spray paint. Check out how to make them in the Passionate Penny Pincher tutorial here!
Tip & Image Credit: Passionate Penny Pincher
Hershey Kisses Carrots
These Hershey Kiss carrots are absolutely adorable and will look so cute in your kids Easter basket or decorate with them for Easter dinner! Find out how to make them here!
Tip & Image Credit: I Heart Arts N Crafts
Dum-Dum Easter Treats
My little boy would love these in his Easter basket! He loves Dum Dum’s like any toddler and dressing them up like little chicks in an egg is the cutest way to give a fun Easter gift! Plus these are so easy to make! Check out Raising Whasains tutorial here!
Tip & Image Credit: Raising Whasians
Easter Candy Cones
Who needs ice cream when you’ve got chocolate eggs! These candy filled ice cream cones are a perfect addition to your child’s Easter Basket and is a genius idea from Crafty Morning!
Tip & Image Credit: Crafty Morning