This DIY Easter basket will make this Easter even more magical for your kids. Plant the Easter Bunny’s magic eggs in soil and overnight a fun DIY Easter basket for the kiddos will sprout. Print off the free labels and letter from the Easter Bunny for even more Easter fun.
DIY Easter Basket
Happy Easter Gnomies,
I hope you all have a fabulous Easter weekend and get to enjoy some time with family and friends.I wanted to let you know about some magical Easter happenings going on over at my house recently and some DIY Easter Basket tips from the Easter Bunny himself.
It all started when we found this pink Easter bucket on our front porch. It had a little package inside it. We took out the package and inspected it. It was from the Easter Bunny.
“Plant these eggs in soil and watch what grows”
Well, of course we had to try it and see what happened.
We filled up the bucket with some soil. Then we buried the magical eggs in the dirt and added a little bit of water to help them grow.
We waited and waited and nothing happened, so we left it overnight.
To our surprise, in the morning the dirt was all gone and in its place was a basket of goodies from the Easter Bunny.
Well, lucky for you the Easter Bunny let me in on his secrets and gave me some instructions to share with you on how you can make your own magical DIY Easter Basket. He told me that he doesn’t have a ton of time at each child’s house to do much more than hide the eggs so if you could help him out by getting this craft project set up, he would really love it, and of course so will your kids.
To make your own magical Easter Bunny Eggs and basket you will need:
- Plastic bucket
- Garden soil
- Chocolate eggs
- Toys and candies to fill the basket
- Printable magic bean pouch .
All of the supplies are available at Dollar Tree. I guess the Easter Bunny likes to keep things economical and shop at the dollar store. Who am I to judge? I love a good bargain.
To make the Magic Egg Pouch:
Print the magic egg image on regular white computer paper. I cut the paper extra large and and taped up the sides to make into a pouch and then put the magic Easter eggs inside, then I taped the top closed.
The Easter Bunny also gave me this letter to share with you. You can print it off and share it with your kids.
Have a fabulous Easter. See you next week!