Quick Craft: DIY Modern Easter Baskets

kraft&mint modern Easter Basket

Easter is only a week away! This weekend I put together the kid’s Easter baskets. They were all playing outside in the cul-de-sac while the weather was great. I had not planned to put these together until the evening, but when the window of opportunity presents itself when I can craft without interruptions, I have to grab it! Please take a look at materials and more photos depicting all three baskets.

Materials

kraft&mint diy modern Easter basket materials

 

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These were super easy to make! The Kraft container is from the dollar section at Target. They have them in stock and cost $3 a piece. I designed a set of tags and wrapping paper, used washi and packing tape and sticker letters. What do you think? I haven’t finished filling them out but so far I’m pretty happy how they turned out!

Yellow Easter Basket

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Easter gift tags! These are quite big, so when you print them, you can scale them down a bit ;)

Easter Gift Tags

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kraft&mint Easter wrapping paper

 

DIY Modern Easter Baskets

kraft&mint DIY modern Easter baskets

I’m so happy I’m done with my kids’ baskets and can move on and plan the menu for Easter brunch. As always, I’m super thankful you stopped by kraft&mint! I would love to see your thoughts and ideas on Easter baskets you have done in the past ;) Your comments make my day!

Downloads:

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List of Materials*:

  • Kraft container from Target $1 section
  • Pink Geometric Washi Tape from Amazon
  • Crosshatch  Decorative Packing Tape from SVPPLY
  • American Crafts Pebbles Corrugated Alphabet Letters sold at Amazon
  • Stone Gray Bakers Twine, The Twinery, sold from Amazon

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16 Comments

  1. 2014/04/13 / 10:34 pm

    this is so cool!

    • 2014/04/14 / 11:11 pm

      Thank you! I can’t wait to give it to the kids ;)

      • 2014/04/14 / 11:55 pm

        Do you mind if i re-blog this? As in I type the instructions and say that it was your idea?

  2. 2014/04/15 / 12:06 pm

    Hey Girl! It’s Deonna from the Child at Heart blog. I was just stopping by to say hello! I am pinning these for later. I need to put my son’s together today and might just use these tags. These are a nice break from the traditional baskets. I am doing a great spring necklace giveaway and would love for you to come by and enter to win :) Have a joyful week!
    http://www.thechildatheartblog.com/2014/04/spring-statement-necklaces-from.html

  3. 2014/04/15 / 8:47 pm

    What an adorable idea! I love clouds and the tags and wrapping paper you created are SO cute!

    • 2014/04/15 / 10:45 pm

      Thank you Amy! I can’t wait to print more for this weekend ;) I’m semi-addicted to clouds as you can see!

  4. 2014/04/16 / 4:56 am

    Beautiful idea to create Easter craft gift wrapping paper

  5. 2014/04/16 / 2:36 pm

    So many great ideas! I have a ton of beautiful wrapping papers that would be perfect for this! Thanks for sharing!

    • 2014/04/17 / 8:07 pm

      Thank you Ashley! I’m so excited you will use them! :) Thank you for visiting kraft&mint!

  6. 2014/04/19 / 2:16 am

    What lovely baskets and the printable is great too, thanks!

    • 2014/04/19 / 4:03 pm

      Thank you Julie! I hope you can use the printables ;) Cheers, Ursula.

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