Surprise your little ones with our picks of the best Easter baskets for kids that are unique, personalized, functional and oh so cute.
Easter has always been one of our favorite holidays growing up. So we’ve made sure to pass on all the fun traditions with our family.
We put as much thought into selecting the right basket as we do with picking out the Easter stuffers.
The options are endless and overwhelming. So we rounded up the best Easter baskets for kids that are unique, personalized, functional, and oh so cute!
Easter Baskets for Kids
1 — Felted Baby Bunny Basket
These wool Felted Baby Bunny Baskets are colorful, whimsical, and would later make adorable tabletop storage organizers.
2 — Monogrammed Easter Basket
Personalize your kid’s Easter basket and make it one-of-a-kind with a Monogrammed Easter Basket.
3 — Bike Basket
It’s available in multiple colors and can be fitted onto a scooter too.
4 — Retro Jelly Purse
Your tweens and teens (or even any nostalgic 80’s adult) will love this Retro Jelly Purse. Stock it with beautiful accessories like nail polishes, bath bombs, makeup, lip balm, face sheet masks, and more!
5 — Striped Collapsible Storage Bin
6 — Customized Peter Rabbit Easter Basket Liner
Reuse any basket from home. Then, freshen it up with a Customized Peter Rabbit Easter Basket Liner and chocolate bunnies.
7 — Woven Bunny Easter Basket
The Woven Bunny Easter Basket features perky ears, an adorable face accent, and best of all — a pom pom tail.
8 — Rain Boots
Rain boots are a creative and unconventional spin to a non-traditional Easter basket!
9 — Personalized Monogram Straw Basket
Customize this Monogram Straw Basket with any name or saying. Composed of palm leaves, the baskets are handwoven by local Moroccan weavers. This is also the ideal beach tote!
You can also check out these DIY Rag Rug Storage Baskets. They are perfect for storing anything from laundry to toys and can be easily stored away when not in use. Plus, they are super cute and can add a touch of style to any room.
10 — Personalized Straw Easter Tote
Roomy, gender-neutral and all age-friendly, customize this straw easter tote with a special name in your choice of colors.
11 — Personalized Easter Ears
12 — Bunny Ears Bag
The canvas Bunny Ears Bag is still festive but not over the top. Keep it as it is for a minimal look or DIY it yourself.
13 — Seagrass Diamonds Belly Basket
The gingham print on this Seagrass Diamonds Belly Basket is too darling!
And as with any belly basket, it can fold down for use as an open bin if you really want to showcase all your Easter basket stuffers.
14 — Crochet Animal Basket
The Crochet Animal Basket makes for a charming baby’s first Easter basket.
15 — Netted Market Bag
The Netted Market Bag is perfect for Easter but also makes a great year-round carryall for all your kid’s swimwear, swim gear, water bottles, and beach toys.
16 — Personalized Easter Basket Liner
If you don’t want to go too unconventional, you can easily pair any basket with a personalized Easter basket liner. Choose from a range of fonts and styles for one-of-a-kind customized pieces.
17 — Scalloped Easter Pail
This colorful clear Easter pail is different from the others because of its scalloped trim. It comes in a set so it’s perfect for gifting to multiple kids or siblings.
18 — Dump Truck
A toy that holds toys, or a dump truck may be the furthest item you would think to be used as an Easter basket. But young children, especially construction and car enthusiasts would appreciate this creative Easter gift.
19 — Bunny Cotton Twill Storage Basket
The Bunny Cotton Twill Storage Basket features a drawstring closure to safely hold their belongings… and a stash of Easter milk chocolates!
20 — Oversized Egg Basket
21 — Dinosaur Easter Basket
Your kids will roar with excitement when they see this dinosaur Easter Basket. Choose from a t-rex or triceratops.
This cuddly basket is prefect for any dinosaur lover. You can even customize it with a name.
22 — Felt Pom-Pom Easter Treat Bucket
For something that doesn’t scream Easter and is a little more subtle, opt for this adorable felt pom pom bucket.
It’s embellished with a rainbow of whimsical pom-pom balls.
23 — Berry Easter Basket
If you’re looking for something small and affordable, then these berry baskets are the answer. They’re only a $1 and are available in multiple colors.
They’re ideal for holding small treats. And they’re sparkly because what kid doesn’t love glitter?
24 — Custom Sports Bucket
If your kid is past the age of egg hunting, then gift them with a custom sports bucket. And later, reuse the bucket to store all sports balls and toys.
25 — Wagon
Turn the classic Radio Flyer wagon into a creative Easter Basket. You can fill it up with toys.
It’s also perfect if you want to do a large group gift. If so, check out our gifts for siblings picks that includes all our favorite shareable toys.
26 — Tie Dye Bunny Basket
There’s something about tie dye designs that kids love. Perhaps because it’s so colorful. All this to say, a tie dye bunny basket will surely be a hit.
27 — Ruffled Tutu Basket
If you have a kid who loves lace, sparkle and sequins, gift them a ruffled tutu basket.
28 — Seer Sucker Egg Hunt Basket
This lightweight canvas seer sucker basket is perfect for running around to search for Easter eggs. An equally cute plaid interior lines the inside.
29 — Collapsible Easter Bunny Basket
The best feature of this collapsible Easter Basket is that folds down for easy storage.
This way, it won’t take up too much space with your other Easter decor. You can reuse this basket for years and years.
30 — Easter Tag
If you want to use a regular basket, tie a personalized Easter tag for a decorative touch. Your custom name is hand lettered and then laser cut onto acrylic with a wooden bunny and twine.
Fun Easter Activities for Kids
Looking for fun activities besides an egg hunt for Easter day? We’ve got you covered with other ways to spend the holiday!
- DIY Flamingo Ring Toss: This backyard game idea is an entertaining hit for kids and adults and even for those without a yard.
- Easy Chocolate Haystacks: These edible Easter eggs nests are easy enough to make and bake together with your kids.
- Printable Scattergories Game: Something for your older teens and tweens!
- Decorate cookies following our easy sugar cookie recipe.