A Tisket, A Tasket, A Little Easter Basket


See how to make this cone-shaped Easter basket. Free printable.My last post was part one of a little mini Easter series. (As in a 2-part series.) I showed how to make a yummy Easter treat.

This post is part two of that series.

I’m going to show you how to make a cute little cone-shaped Easter basket. You can use the basket filled with the treat to give to your grandkids for Easter.

This is super easy to make and uses very little supplies. Here’s what you need to make the cone basket.

Easter-themed scrapbook paper
scissors
glue stick
Easter basket cone pattern

See how to make this cone-shaped Easter basket. Free printable.

Print up and cut out the cone and handle pattern. Hold it on top of your scrapbook paper and cut out the cone and handle from the scrapbook paper.

See how to make this cone-shaped Easter basket. Free printable.

See how to make this cone-shaped Easter basket. Free printable.

Roll up the paper into a cone shape.

See how to make this cone-shaped Easter basket. Free printable.

I found that I needed to crease the tip so that it would hold the cone shape.

See how to make this cone-shaped Easter basket. Free printable.

Put glue on one of the straight edges of the cone.

See how to make this cone-shaped Easter basket. Free printable.

Roll up the cone and hold it for a little bit while the glue is drying.

See how to make this cone-shaped Easter basket. Free printable.

Glue on the handle and your Easter basket is finished!

See how to make this cone-shaped Easter basket. Free printable.

Now that you’ve finished your cute little basket, fill it with the sweet Easter treat that I shared with you in my last post.

See how to make this cone-shaped Easter basket. Free printable.

Then, give the little basket to your grandchildren when they come over for your Easter party or just to visit.

See how to make this cone-shaped Easter basket. Free printable.

Of course the candy gets picked out and eaten first!

See how to make this cone-shaped Easter basket. Free printable.

My grandchildren are a wee bit too tiny to make these baskets. I don’t think they have the small motor control (or the patience) to make them. However, I think that grandkids eight years old and older would easily be able to make these baskets.

Kids of ALL ages are able to eat the popcorn treat. Well, those that have teeth . . .


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