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If you are looking for an Easter basket this year using your Cricut then this project is for you. This DIY Easter basket will cost you less than $5 to make. Get all the details at the bottom of this post.
Grab some plastic eggs, basket fill like, grass or paper shred and Easter candy to fill these cute Easter baskets with. And you can’t forget these Shaving Cream Easter Eggs or even these Silk Dyed Easter Eggs would work out perfectly!
Even add names, like this one for a more personalized Easter basket. The ideas are endless.
My baskets feature an Easter Bunny unicorn peeking bunny. These baskets would be awesome to put the Easter eggs the kids find during an Easter egg hunt in.
You could even present these cute baskets at an Easter brunch. Or use as a centerpiece for dinner adding in some fresh flowers.
DIY Easter Basket
The days of wicker baskets and hot glue guns to make em look extra pretty are over.
No more putting easter gifts into rain boots in an attempt to have a unique DIY Easter basket. And as always, I am giving you a free SVG file. None of my free SVG cut files include a commercial license if you wish to use them commercially feel free to send me a message.
DIY Easter Baskets
Because I own a Cricut, and I love it. I often refer to the files as Cricut Files. But these files can also be used for your silhouette cameo because I am not familiar with that machine, I would be no good when it comes to answering questions on it.
These are great DIY Easter baskets for kids. Stick some candy, games, and activities in them and they are also perfect basket ideas for toddlers.
Here at my home, we are going through a unicorn phase. No not the 9-year-old, me lol. I think I may be a little obsessed. I just did this Unicorn Wall Decal and it looks amazing, she loves it too.
Trust me there are tons more unicorn stuff coming. Anyway, I decided to do a Bunnicorn SVG for easter. I think I am in love with this unicorn bunny, and I am pretty sure it won’t be the last unicorn-themed project you find on my blog.
So if you are also obsessed with unicorns, I suggest you make sure you are following me on social media so you never miss out on an amazing unicorn craft.
Personalized Easter Baskets
These DIY Easter baskets with free SVG files are super easy to personalize, just use your favorite font to type out a name and cut it with your Cricut and you have an amazing Easter basket that is personalized for the recipient.
You could even go a few steps further and include other things that are personalized using your Cricut.
Here are a few things you could make with your Cricut to go into your DIY easter basket.
- Personalized T-shirt
- Water bottle
- Jigsaw Puzzles
- Name or word puzzles
The ideas are endless. You could even make some amazing wall quotes and decals of the child’s favorite character.