Update your Easter baskets with this easy DIY using pom poms and other kid friendly Easter projects for A Very Global Easter series.
Well we did it! Casa Watkins Living and I are at day 7 for A Very Global Easter where we are sharing globally influenced and inspired decorating tips and DIYs for Easter. Today’s our last day for this current series and we decided to make it a kid friendly craft idea. So let’s get to it with a mini Easter basket makeover using a variety of pom poms and then head over to Casa Watkins Living for her Wood Slice Easter Coloring Place Card.
Mini Easter Basket Makeover with Pom Poms
So for this project I wanted to get my children involved with their Easter baskets. We decided to give them a little global boho facelift. My daughter’s basket is a natural color that came with a pink liner and my son’s basket is a simple light green one.
Here’s what you need to add global boho flare to your Easter baskets:
White pom pom trim
Wool balls in different colors
Hot Glue (or craft glue for younger children)
For girls Easter basket makeover DIY:
We removed the pink liner and measured out our pom pom trim.
Then we simply wrapped the trim following along the basket’s trim for a straight line and secured in place with hot glue and repeated the process a little lower.
Tip: When using trim, make sure to line up your seams all on one side. If you are basket has a seam in it, you can use that as a guide for other trim seams.
For boy’s Easter basket makeover:
This basket facelift was even easier. We used a dot of glue on each wool ball and spaced them out in a loose zig zag pattern on the green basket.
With just a little effort, my kiddos’ baskets went from generic to global boho! We love them.
They are so cute they could even stay out for Easter decor or and all of Spring.
I love the Easter DIY that Casa Watkins Living is sharing and even though it’s for children, I think any adult would enjoy it too! Let’s head over there, shall we?
Happy Spring friend!! Talk to you soon,