Easter is one of our family’s favorite celebrations. As Christians, it is a joy to honor Christ’s resurrection!
And I’m a sucker for fun holiday traditions.
Our three kids are now adults in their early twenties. Am I the only mom who still wants to have some Easter fun and fill a basket for her adult kids? 😉 And now, there is an amazing guy and gal to love into our tribe! We adore them.
The time will come when these amazing young adults will create their own traditions for their families, but until then I relish surprising them with their favorite treats.
While decorating for Easter recently, I set out our kids’ Easter baskets and felt it was time to add two more baskets for this very special guy and gal to the menagerie of woven wood and soft trims.
To make hers, I incorporated one of her favorite colors and favorite flower; lavender and baby’s breath.
I gathered all of the elements in a trip to Michaels and let the basket design itself.
It requires very little structural components: tying knots, a little hot glue, and a paper clip. However, I love all of the layers of details and textures. Fun!
- faux garland
- small applique flowers
- tulle (I took a shortcut and bought the 50 strips precut; mainly because I knew if I cut them they wouldn’t be exactly the same length)
- hot glue & hot glue gun
- large paper clip
- Count the number of pieces of tulle you’ll need. Using the pre-cut strips, count the number of holes and then divide the number of strips to fill the holes by two as the length of the tulle strip will be cut in half to make two shorter pieces.
- Gather the tulle strips, fold them in half and cut them.
- Prepare the paper clip by unfolding it and closing the larger loop so the tulle doesn’t slip out.