Today, I have a quick, easy, and (best of all) inexpensive Easter treat basket decoration idea for you. The 4 ingredients for this basket came from The Dollar Tree. I was in the store to purchase something totally different, and ran across these cute Easter items that I thought would make for a great basket centerpiece. Total cost for this Easter decoration is $4.40.
The four items that I used for the basket are Easter grass, pastel-colored lolly pops, powder filled mini plastic carrots, and a plastic Easter basket with a bunny graphic on the front.
- I took a dishtowel and put it in the bottom of the Easter basket and then placed the Easter grass on top.
- I then placed the candy-filled carrots throughout the grass with the top half of carrots sticking out of the grass.
3. Next, I added the lolly pops with the wrappers taken off to the arrangement with the top half showing as I did the carrots.
And that is all there is to it. You end up with a cheerful and fun to look at Easter decoration.
For more Easter fun, take a look at the easy steps for making Delicious Butterscotch Bunny Muffins and Glow in the Dark Easter Eggs.
What a fun idea! Thanks for sharing on the weekend re-Treat link party!
Britni @ Play. Party. Pin.
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how super cute and fun love it
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Adorable! I love the Dollar Tree for finding cute stuff like this!
I like how they have lots of variety to make decorations from.
Jennifer @TheRebelChick says
What a cute idea! I love dressing up Easter baskets 🙂
Enjoyed putting together this basket because it was so quick and easy.
Antionette Blake says
What a great DIY – I love what you can find at Dollar Tree. Thanks for sharing and linking up with us at the #WWDParty. Have a wonderful week ahead.
Yes, there are lots of great goodies at The Dollar Tree. Especially like the gift bags and faux crystal serving pieces.
Hi Sarah! I love your cute Easter basket idea! Love that it’s inexpensive to put together.
Thanks for sharing your lovely idea!
Kim ~ This Ole Mom
Inexpensive and so easy.
I love how all the lollipops and carrots are just popping out of the grass. Really cute, very affordable, and clever idea. Thank you for sharing at See Ya in the Gumbo this week!
Dollar Tree is my favorite dollar store, by the way!
Thanks so much. Always love visiting your site by the way.
This is absolutely adorable! I would’ve never thought you only had four things in this basket. It looks like it took a lot of time to put together. Thanks for sharing with Countdown in Style.
Thanks so much.
Laura@Baking in Pyjamas says
What a fun easter idea. Thanks for linking to Sweet and Savoury Sunday! Stop by and link up again this weekend!
Appreciate it! These eggs were a blast to make.
What a cute idea and I love the bargain price! 🙂
I am all about simple, inexpensive crafting.
How adorable! And inexpensive! I’m off to make a couple for my daughter to wake up to on Easter morning!
Thank you so much. I am very flattered.
What a fun way to decorate an Easter Basket! It looks so cheerful. Thank you for sharing on the Spring Craft Blog Hop.