Easy To Make Paper Easter Basket

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Easy To Make Paper Easter Basket | DIY Joy Projects and Crafts Ideas

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If you don’t have much time to spend on making an elaborate Easter basket or you simply want to cut some costs, then try this super simple and easy Easter basket made out of paper. This trick by createwithjenn on YouTube is inexpensive, looks adorable, and is very easy to make! In just a few minutes, you can have a couple of bunny baskets ready to store your treats. Plus, you can also write a name on it to make it more special before giving it to the kids.

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Materials:

  • White paper
  • Cardstock paper, white, orange, pink, green
  • Pencil
  • Scissors
  • Ruler
  • Compass
  • School glue
  • String
  • Pom-pom
  • Skewer
  • Hot glue gun and glue stick

Directions:

Step 1

First, cut a 12*3¼ inches rectangle, then mark ¼ inch on one side so that you can see where to glue it. Roll it around and connect the ends evenly, then secure them with glue. Grab a regular-sized printer paper, fold the long side about ½ inch in, then cut along the crease. Glue one edge of the strip around and under the rim of the rolled paper. Cut the overlapping bottom of the strips into slits, then set the piece aside. To create the base, draw a 3¾ inches circle, then glue it at the bottom of the rolled paper, right where the slits are. Trim away the extra paper around the base. For the bunny eyes, use a hole puncher on a small black piece of paper or just color it black, then cut out a triangle with rounded corners for the nose. Simply glue the eyes and nose to the front of the basket’s body.

How To Make A Paper Easter Basket
Image Credit: createwithjenn via YouTube

Step 1

To create the bunny ears, first, you have to create a template with a 1⅜*3¾ size and cut it out into the shape of a bunny’s ears. Use this template to cut out the ears on white cardstock paper. Cut a smaller version of the ears on pink cardstock paper for the inner ear. Glue them together, then attach them to the back of the basket’s upper rim. Add holes on each side of the basket, then insert a string on them, and knot the ends. Add the pom-pom at the back of the basket for the tail. For the carrot name tag, simply draw a carrot template with a 1¼*3¼ inches size for the body and 1½*1¾ inches for the leaves. Trace them on a green and orange cardstock accordingly, then cut them out. Glue the pieces together, write a name on the carrot, then attach it to a skewer with its pointed end cut.

DIY Paper Easter Basket Tutorial
Image Credit: createwithjenn via YouTube

 

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Easy To Make Paper Easter Basket

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