November 30, 2022

Easy DIY Tutu Easter Basket


I quickly whipped this up for Miss M this morning – took less than half an hour to complete from start to finish.

What you’ll need –
– tulle cut into strips – length will depend on the size of your basket. You can find it here on Amazon (affiliate).
-a wire basket (mine was $2 from our local supermarket)
-scissors to cut the tule

I’m not kidding when I say this is easy! All you need to do is loop your tulle and poke it through each top hole of the basket, then loop the hanging tulle through that hole and pull tight (see image below).


Perfect for any little Easter Bunny!

Louise x

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6 thoughts on “Easy DIY Tutu Easter Basket

  1. I am so excited!!! I came across your page on pinterest and you have the most creative/fun/elegant ideas. I am having an easter party and got a lot of ideas from this page. Thank you and keep up the great work!!!

    1. Hi Stephanie, That’s wonderful to hear! We would love to see some photos of your finished products :). Louise x

  2. Made this for my niece and it turned out adorable! I found a wire basket at the dollar store and tulle was 50% off at Hobby Lobby which was very fortunate. Took me 30 minutes to make and I can’t wait to fill it with fun and give it to her on Easter. Thank you!

    1. Hi Debbie, Thank you for taking the time to comment! It’s so lovely to hear that you’ve enjoyed this fun Easter project. Louise 🙂

  3. Found this in pinterest – it is holiday time and going to modify to fit a Christmas theme! Happen to have several of those same baskets that I picked up at my Dollar Tree knowing I would need them for something . . . And now will make a pretty neighbor gift! Thanks!

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