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Tiny Easter Basket Craft

You guys!  After seeing how cute the Pot of Gold Craft turned out, I wondered what other cute crafts could be made with recycled k cups.  And really, what could possibly be cuter than tiny Easter baskets!?!  Um, nothing. Nothing can be cuter than tiny Easter baskets!  Look at this…

Make Your Own Tiny Easter Basket Craft @thatbaldchick

Seriously!  Aren’t those the cutest?

Here’s what you need to make your own…

DecoArt Americana Acrylic Paint YellowDecoArt Americana Acrylic Paint YellowMulti-color Easter GrassMulti-color Easter GrassBlue Hills Studio Paper Pack YellowBlue Hills Studio Paper Pack YellowStarburst Jelly BeansStarburst Jelly BeansVastar Hot Glue Gun with 30 Glue Sticks, 20 WattVastar Hot Glue Gun with 30 Glue Sticks, 20 WattAmazonBasics Multipurpose Scissors - 3-PackAmazonBasics Multipurpose Scissors – 3-Pack

Supplies for K Cup Easter Baskets @thatbaldchick

Make Your Own Tiny Easter Basket

Gather your supplies, including:

Clean, dry kcups
Yellow acrylic paint
Yellow scrapbook paper
Scissors
hot glue and glue sticks
Easter grass
Candy (I used Starburst Jelly Beans)

And here’s how you make them…

Making tiny Easter Baskets with K cups @thatbaldchick

Start by completely emptying and cleaning out used kcups. Paint the outside and top part of the inside yellow. Allow it to dry, then add a second coat if necessary.

Cut strips of yellow paper for the handles, about half a centimeter wide, then again into thirds.

hot glue each small strip to the inside of the kcups design side up (if there is one).

Fill with grass, top with candy, and your done!

Tiny Easter Basket Craft @thatbaldchick

Ermagerdness!  These are SO cute!! You know you want to make a dozen or so, so drink up!

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About Virginia

Hi there! My name is Virginia, and I am the author/owner of That Bald Chick. I am a Christian, wife, mother of three, full time homemaker, homeschooler, and ministry volunteer in addition to being a blogger. In my free time *cough* I enjoy reading, writing, taking walks with my family, and listening to music.

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