Easter is just a few weeks away and if you know me at all then you know I like to be as prepared as possible. So this past weekend I went shopping with Easter in mind and found all sorts of amazing things. My oldest is easier to buy for now because he is 5 and can tell me exactly what he wants from the Easter bunny but my youngest is a bit harder. While my 18-month-old son does talk a little, he isn’t old enough to tell me what he truly wants but one thing is for certain, he LOVES Paw Patrol!
Paw Patrol is one of those shows that is engaging and fun for kids. I mean, who doesn’t love adorable little puppies? So today I am partnering with See’s Candies to share with you how to make a DIY Paw Patrol Easter Basket that is perfect for a toddler!
If you follow me on Facebook you may have already seen this tutorial because I did a live video where I showed you what I used and how I put it together. Don’t worry if you missed that because you can watch it here. You can also check out the tutorial below!
What you will need to make a Paw Patrol Easter Basket:
- Plastic Fireman Hat
- Easter Grass
- Paw Patrol Easter Eggs
- Paw Patrol Book
- Paw Patrol Figure Toys (I have a variety)
- Paw Patrol Bubbles
- Paw Patrol Draw Erase Toy
- See’s Jelly Beans
- See’s 2.2 oz. Milk Chocolate Bunny (2)
How to Make a Paw Patrol Easter Basket:
Start by filling the paw patrol easter eggs. I filled some of mine with some jelly beans. Others I filled with mini paw patrol figures I found at my local Dollar Tree.
Next, add the grass to the inside of the firetruck hat. For this, you will obviously need to flip the hat upside down. Tip: for added support, add some newspaper to the bottom under the easter grass.
Then just add the remaining items. I do want to mention that some of the items were too large to fit so I actually removed the toys from the packaging then placed them inside the hat.
Once it’s all put together it’s just a matter of setting it out from the Easter bunny and watching your toddler do the pup pup boogie when they see it!