Basket Bliss: Easy Easter Treats and DIY’S

Looking for a Clever alternative for your Easter Baskets and some Tasty Treats plus a few Super Easy DIY’s?  

Who’s ready for Easter? Get ready to hop into the season with a basket full of fun and flavor. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or just dipping your toes into the world of Easter crafting, we’ve got you covered with some egg-cellent ideas to make this holiday extra special. From delightful treats that are as easy to make as they are to devour, to charming basket inspirations that will delight your loved ones, we’re here to sprinkle some joy and creativity into your Easter celebrations. So, grab your crafting supplies and let’s dive into the wonderful world of Easy Easter Treats and Baskets! We’ve got you covered with some very easy and creative crafting and delicious treats.

Easy Appetizer

How about a Cute Appetizer that is not only delicious but so darn cute. Get the kiddos to help, what a great family moment. 

Recipes are provided by: (Pampered Chef, Consultant Cindy Musgrave)

Pampered Chef
Deviled Chicks


Dress Up Easter Brunch with the NEW Take on Devied Eggs…..Still using Grandma’s Famous Recipe.


  • Eggs
  • your favorite deviled egg filling
  • black olives and carrot pieces


  • Using a Quikut Paring Knife, cut v-shapes into cool hard-cooked eggs, remove the top and gently remove the yolk. Make your favorite deviled egg filling and pipe into the bottom egg white with the Easy Accent® Decorator. Cap with the egg-white tops. Make chickadee eyes and beaks out of black olive and carrot pieces


Using a Quikut Paring Knife:
Cut v-shapes into cool hard-cooked eggs
Remove the top and gently remove the yolk
Make your favorite deviled egg filling and pipe into the bottom egg white
Use  the Easy Accent® Decorator.
Cap with the egg-white tops.
Make chickadee eyes and beaks out of black olive and carrot pieces.
Happy Easter 🐣 

Make Some Bunny Very Happy…..

Guess what? We’ve got a super adorable surprise for you this Easter: cute gifts tucked snugly inside a boot! Yep, you heard that right – we’re taking your Easter gifting game to a whole new level of cuteness. Picture it: a charming little boot filled to the brim with goodies that’ll make hearts melt and smiles bloom. Whether you’re crafting for kids or kids at heart, this delightful twist on traditional Easter baskets is sure to steal the show. So, if you’re ready to add a dash of whimsy and charm to your Easter festivities, grab those boots and let’s fill ’em up with joy!

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  • Rain Boots

  • Bubble Toys

  • Sunglasses 

  • Sensory Pop

  • Candy (of your choice)

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Hop on Over Here and Get Ready……

Alright, buckle up because we’ve got a treat that’s not only easy-peasy to make but also ridiculously adorable – Bunny Butt Cookies! These little delights are about to become the stars of your Easter spread, guaranteed to bring smiles from all. Just imagine fluffy little bunny tails atop sweet, buttery cookies – it’s almost too cute to handle! Plus, they’re a breeze to whip up, so you can spend less time in the kitchen and more time enjoying the smiles on everyone’s faces. Get ready to be the hero of Easter with these irresistibly charming treats that’ll have everyone hopping back for more!

Bunny Butt Cookies




  • * 1 pkg 17.5 oz/510 g sugar cookie mix
  • * 1/3 cup 75 mL flour
  • * 1 can 16 oz/450 g white frosting
  • * red food coloring
  • * coconut flakes optional


Preparation Time:   35 min | Cook 25 min| Ready in 60 min |
Mix sugar cookie mix with flour in the Classic Batter Bowl and refrigerate (covered with plastic wrap) for 30 minutes before rolling out with the Baker’s Roller®. Cut out the body with a 2½" cookie cutter, the feet with a 1½" cookie cutter (shape into ovals) and the tail with the Corer. Bake per package directions and allow to cool.
Frost and decorate as shown (use pink-tinted frosting in the Easy Accent Decorator with writing tip for the feet detail, and sprinkle coconut flakes on the tail), then assemble.

DIY Decor Ideas

While I was searching on Pinterest for ideas to share with you all on Easter- DIY that are simple and cute, I have a few of my favorites from some wonderful bloggers.

Bunny Napkins

Cute as a pink button nose, these bunny napkins can be assembled in 10 minutes flat and will add so much charm to your Easter table.

To make:

  1. Paint small wooden craft beads pink, allow to dry completely.
  2. Fold a napkin in half, corner to corner, then roll up, starting from the point.
  3. Fold the rolled napkin into a U-shape

Fabric Carrot Garland

Create this Festive Garland perfect for Easter.  Country Living has even provided a Free Printable Template.  It will surely compliment your Fireplace, Doorway or just about anywhere in your Home.  Get your FREE template and easy to follow instructions here.

Simply Beautiful Decoupage Eggs

This DIY I one of my favorites from one of my Favorite Blogger Sister, Yvonne at Stonegable. If you don’t follow her, please be sure to check out her blog, and I’m sure you’ll be a follower as well.  To quote Yvonne, “how fun they are to create, or how stunningly beautiful they turn out. Even if you aren’t a crafter, YOU CAN DO THIS”! 

Easy DIY Easter Drop Cloth Carrots

Image Thistlewood Dropcloth Carrots

Image: Karianne Wood Thistlewood Farms

This cute and Easy Easter decor DIY from my dear friend, Karianne from Thistlewood Farms.
Is really really simple to make with only a few items and so darn cute.  If you have Not heard of or seen Thistlewood Farms Blog, let me encourage to visit, walk around and get to know Karianne.  You will quickly want her to be your “NEW Best Friend”. 

In the midst of all the egg-citement, crafting a rubber boot basket, baking up some scrumptious Easter cookies, and diving into fun DIY projects brings an extra sprinkle of joy to the Easter season. With these delightful activities, not only do we get to unleash our creativity, but we also get to see the sheer delight in the eyes of the little ones as they join in the fun. So, gather your supplies, enlist the help of eager little hands, and let’s hop into Easter with baskets full of bliss and memories to cherish!

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