Darling personalized Easter pails are easy to make and perfect for collecting eggs!
I was in Target the other night, looking for Easter baskets for my little boys, and I wasn’t having much luck. I had already been to several places over the last few weeks, and I just couldn’t find what I was looking for–without paying a lot for it.Then I happened to go down the gardening aisle, and found the most darling tin pails in different colors. They were a great size, at a really great price–only $2.99. Woot! I couldn’t resist, and decided to buy one for each of my kids–still spending less than I would have to buy 2 new baskets! (and let’s face it, I have a thing for matching! :) ) If you can’t find the colored pails, you can always buy the metal pails, and use colored vinyl–or tie cute colored ribbon onto the handle.
I added white vinyl that I cut on my Silhouette–initials on one side, and names on the other side. (Font = Century Gothic) I’m so happy with how they turned out, and they will be perfect for egg hunts and visits from the Easter bunny!
I also love that they’re so easy to stack and store after Easter is over.
UPDATE: We’re on the fourth year of using these pails, and we LOVE LOVE LOVE them! Super cute, easy to tell which pail belongs to which child, easy stacking for storage, and did I mention they’re cute? :)