20+ Fun Sports Easter Basket Ideas for boys and girls!
This time of year isn’t as hectic as it used to be. With my youngest being 10, and the oldest almost 16, Easter is starting to get easier for me. I used to spend hours planning for baskets and egg hunts and all the fun kiddie things of the holiday, but not so much anymore. My ten-year old would rather just go outside and play with his cousins (usually that involves a bat and a ball), or swim if it’s warm enough. Actually, for the last couple of years we’ve been traveling out of state for a baseball tournament that weekend. It’s all made for a more relaxing time for me, but I know kids outgrow these things at different ages, and many of you still have little ones at home. Some of you are likely Pinteresting Easter Basket ideas as I speak! Don’t worry, I love me a good Easter Basket, especially those with a sports theme, so I gathered up some great ones I found online for you. Yes, all in one spot! You’re welcome! 🙂
20+ Sports Easter Basket Ideas
Who knew there were so many alternatives to the traditional wicker basket?! Most of these ideas are super simple and pretty self explanatory. In fact, I bet many of the items to make the baskets can be picked up at your local dollar store. Whether you’re crafty or not, these DIY Sports Easter Basket Ideas will be a fun treat for your kids this Easter. As for me, I will let you guys enjoy these, I have a tournament to pack for!
Do you DIY your Easter Baskets? What ideas did I miss? Share in the comments!
Barbara is the mom behind the blog. She began writing in 2012 as the creator of Hello Life, a craft & lifestyle blog. As life evolved, and her kids became more involved in sports, she aimed to create a site that would resonate with moms like her, and in 2017 Modern Sports Mom was born. Like many of today’s mamas, she loves being creative, cooking, and fashion, and when there are a few minutes to spare, a good book. A baseball and football mom, she is fueled by her strong faith, dedication to her family, and coffee. Lots and lots of coffee! Barbara lives in California with her husband, kids, dog, and cat.