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Monochromatic Easter Baskets!

monochromatic easter baskets!

Have you ever seen monochromatic Easter baskets? These make a fun rainbow when you have lots of baskets to give, but they’re also super fun to give even if you’re making just one! We made them in pink, yellow, purple, and green, but you can pick whatever color your recipient loves most. Come check it out…

monochromatic easter baskets!

Everyone loves receiving an Easter basket, so we have two different versions: a couple for younger kids and a couple for teenagers or adults. You can fill an Easter basket with anything you like, just be sure to keep it all within the same color family to make a monochromatic statement. It can be tricky to have products be ALL one color, but as long as the core color of each item is consistent, it gives the same effect!

green monochromatic easter basket!
pink monochromatic easter basket!

Things you can put into a basket for kids…
– Bunny ears (similar)
– Stuffed animals (similar bunny, similar elephant)
Rubber duck
– Games
Small books
– Bubbles 
– Candy

purple monochromatic easter basket!
yellow monochromatic easter basket!

Things you can put into a basket for teens or adults…
– Eye masks (similar)
Chocolate bars
Paper flowers
– Swizzle sticks (similar)

monochromatic easter baskets!

Ta-dah! So easy, and so fun. I’d LOVE to received any of these, myself!

Sources shown: Target baskets, Anthropologie bunny ears (similar), Anthropologie eye masks (similar), Anthropologie soaps, Anthropologie perfume, Anthropologie plush bunny (similar), Anthropologie plush elephant (similar), Target sunglasses (past dollar section), Lolli & Pops chocolate bars, Salty Road taffy, Oli & Carol rubber duck, Paper Source paper flowers, Anne & Kate swizzle sticks (similar), Target lotion.

{Photos by Lily Glass, styling by Julia Wester, styling assistance by Jess Hong.}



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