Themed Easter Basket Tutorial

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Themed Easter Basket Tutorial by popular Atlanta lifestyle blogger Happily Hughes

Who else here grew up on the Berenstain Bears?  I sure did!  I am so excited to get my kids reading the same books I loved as a child. Did you know the first Berenstain Bears book published in 1962? I love that I get to share the cubs with my family today. 

I’m starting them on The Berenstain Bears and The Easter Story by Jan & Mike Berenstain as I think it’s THE most important book.  I want them to know from the start what Easter is all about- the Resurrection of Jesus.  This book introduces it to them so well and reminds the kids of the importance of religion, not just stuffing our faces with candy on Easter day.

Themed Easter Basket Tutorial by popular Atlanta lifestyle blogger Happily Hughes

Themed Easter Basket Tutorial by popular Atlanta lifestyle blogger Happily Hughes

Themed Easter Basket Tutorial by popular Atlanta lifestyle blogger Happily Hughes

How to Make Your Own Themed Easter Basket

I did a fun themed  Easter basket around The Berenstain Bears and The Easter Story and I put a little tutorial together for you to do it too!  You’ll need: 

  1. Basket grass 
  2. Basket 
  3. Eggs 
  4. Stuffed Animal 
  5. Chalk 
  6. Coloring Pencils/Stamps etc 
  7. Small candy 

Themed Easter Basket Tutorial by popular Atlanta lifestyle blogger Happily Hughes

Themed Easter Basket Tutorial by popular Atlanta lifestyle blogger Happily Hughes

Themed Easter Basket Tutorial by popular Atlanta lifestyle blogger Happily Hughes

Here are my tips for putting together the perfect themed Easter basket:

  1. Put the larger items in first — like the book and the stuffed animal. It’s easier to pack the basket with bigger items first and then add the smaller items where you see an opening.
  2. Fill in the empty space with small treats – like the chalk and stamps! Bonus points if your little treats are pastel-colored, perfect for Easter!
  3. Eggs should go in last! Fill them with candy or other delights. Opening those eggs always puts a smile on my kids’ faces!

I don’t like to overdo it- just some small tokens for the kids.  The biggest gift is, of course, the book because that’s what I want them to focus on.  We’ll even use our chalk later to draw some of the story on our driveway!  What do you normally give your kids for Easter?

5 thoughts on “Themed Easter Basket Tutorial

  1. Maureen

    What a unique idea for a themed Easter basket. I love that you were able to showcase how to really put together a good Easter basket. I can’t believe it’s almost Easter, already!

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  2. Heather

    I think this year, I’m toning it down on the sweets. My kids still have halloween treats. We’ll add some bible based books, some learning activities, chalk like I see you have and we’ll keep it fun, but simple.

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  3. Lisa Rios

    This is adorable! We love the Berenstain Bears and this is the perfect gift for Easter for littles. I’ll keep this in mind.

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