This Easter basket can better be described as an Easter bucket.  On the Easter aisle this year at Walmart they had these bucket style Easter baskets and I knew I wan’t to recreate a doll sized version!

They are colorful with a fun design on the side!

Let’s take a look at how it’s made!


  • Lid from a spray can that is washed with soap and water. (i.e. cleaners, cooking sprays, spray paint, hair products)
  • craft foam
  • sequins
  • glue
  • stickers
For this little Easter basket we are adding to a craft we did together last year.  The basket portion is the same craft as our doll sized sand pail.  You will need a lid, craft foam and sequins to complete it.  Detailed instructions are here.  After you make the sand pail come back to add the Easter touch!
If your doll size sand pail is made it’s time for the transformation.  Drum roll please….TADA!   With a few spring flower stickers we have an Easter basket ready for grass and jelly beans!  Don’t limit the decorations on your basket to spring stickers though, your favorite little stickers would dress this right up!

They are the perfect size to fill with a few Easter treats!

Make one for your dolls, make one for a friend!

These Easter baskets would also make fun little party favors.  Wouldn’t they be fun next to the plates on the table for Easter dinner?

Just in case you are interested, here is a little more about today’s post.

  • Doll-Kit is an AG Historical character
  • Outfit-Dress is sewed by Anna.  Instructions to decorate the shoes are here.  Hair flower is made by Anna
  • Scene-Cafe Chair from Queen’s Treasure. Banner instructions are here.  Jelly beans and chocolate bunnies are real.

Happy Easter!