Decorating for Easter to match your decor
While decorating for Easter you should always keep the character of your house in mind, and when creating Easter baskets for kids it's a good idea to personalize these Easter gifts. Along with the Easter candy, add small personalized decorations like a cardboard skateboard into an Easter basket if kids are into skateboarding. Other Easter gifts to consider include a baseball for those on the team. Or top those Easter jelly beans
beans with a tiara for a shimmering princess-themed Easter basket, and add some crepe paper shaped like a rose.
Easter gift baskets for kids don't have to follow the traditional basket form. Try creating Easter baskets from ordinary household objects like a grocery bag or heavyweight shopping bag. These bags are great Easter food holders as well. These Easter bags for Easter treats already have handles attached, so you can spend your time and creativity decorating the bags.
Easter boxes make ideal Easter gifts and will hold plenty of Easter treats in one sturdy and colorful container. Buckets hold mountains of Easter jelly beans
, and you'll have a blast decorating these pails with felt Easter bunnies. Creating Easter baskets that kids will cherish doesn't have to be all about your ideas. Get kids into decorating for Easter by making an afternoon out of creating Easter baskets together, letting them go wild with felt, construction paper and markers.
Have fun decorating for Easter throughout your home this year. PlaceEaster candy
treats on a tiered cake stand for guests to grab and nibble. Drop handfuls of Easter jelly beans into pink, blue and white cupcake baking fillers and place these Easter treats in flower arrangements. Whip up delightful Easter food by making Easter bunny cupcakes and dotting the frosting with jelly beans. If creating Easter baskets has inspired you to make more Easter treats, then you might want to mix, bake and shape your own Easter bunny cake that's sure to bring a smile on Easter morning.