I am a sucker for adorable, well-thought-out packaging. Here’s a fun round up of some of my favorite Easter packaging ideas.
Chalkerific™ bags for Egg-traordinary personalized favors or a great addition to the kids table at Easter. For the grownups, monogram and use them as a place card and for the kids, put a box of chalk in each one and let them decorate. Find them at Monogram Muse
Who knew an egg carton could be so darn cute! Find this how to at Torie Jayne
Now, I am not a fan of Peeps. But I know that kids love them & what a cute way to package them from Your Homebased Mom.
This cookie mix in burlap would make a great teacher or parent gift from a child. You don’t have to fill it with sugar cookie mix. Find it at Celebrate Creativity.
You’ll need a little patience for this next one but if you have it, this recycled grocery bag basket is amazingly cute! From Lia Griffith.
Another one by Torie Jayne but I love having something other than a plastic egg to put those loose jelly beans or other small candies in. These DIY Bunny Jars are perfect.
A little crepe paper, glue & just a bit of sewing and you can make this adorable basket from Smile Mercantile
Decorate a berry basket with tissue, wrapping or scrapbook paper and a little mod podge. Tutorial by Shop Sweet Lulu
Another Lia Griffith idea coming your way. You can never go wrong with cute wrapping paper (this is printable) & gift tags.
The Gunny Sack shares a cute way to take a simple paper bag, punch some holes in it and fill it with grass & goodies.