MICKEY MOUSE EASTER BASKET
DO IT YOURSELF (DIY)
In this post, I will be sharing how to make your own Mickey Mouse Easter Basket. Over the weekend, I sat down and made this cute little basket for my Grandson. As I promised prior, I would not only be sharing my writing journey with all of you, but also my crafting journey as well. I hope this gives you some of your own ideas and if not, feel free to replicate it for the special kiddos in your life.
This is not my original idea, but when I saw it, I knew I had to try it. I added a little extra to the basket to make it my own unique design. The original idea came from Auntie Tay and you can check out her video right here: Show Me Auntie Tay’s Video
Fabric for Bow Tie- $1.18 (I purchased an 1/8 of a yard)
Glue Gun- I already own one but they typically cost around $5
Easter Basket- $1
I used a Spaghetti O can to trace the ears and made a total 4. I glued the ears on the basket, using one circle for the front and one on the back. For Mickey’s buttons on his outfit, I glued two large buttons on the basket. As for his bowtie, I took some Mickey Mouse fabric and created a bow tie. I then filled the basket with toys and candy and we’re already for Easter! I hope you give this cute and inexpensive craft a try. If you do, please let me know, I’d love to see what variations you come up with.