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How To Make A Dollshouse Easter Basket


  • Thin wire or pipe cleaners

  • Scissors

  • Small strips of paper or fabric

  • Glue

  • Easter grass or shredded paper

  • Miniature Easter eggs or candy

  • Miniature Easter decorations (optional)

  • Paint or markers (optional)


  1. Cut four pieces of wire or pipe cleaners to your desired length for the basket handle. Fold each piece in half and twist the two ends together to create a loop. Twist the two loops together at the top to create the handle.

  2. Cut a piece of wire or pipe cleaner to the desired length for the basket's circumference. Twist the ends together to form a circle.

  3. Cut small strips of paper or fabric and glue them to the wire frame to create the sides of the basket. Overlap the strips and continue gluing until the sides are the desired height.

  4. Once the sides are complete, use glue to attach the handle to the top of the basket.

  5. Optional: paint or decorate the basket with markers or other embellishments to give it a festive Easter look.

  6. Line the bottom of the basket with Easter grass or shredded paper.

  7. Place miniature Easter eggs or candy in the basket. Make sure they are arranged nicely and not just thrown in haphazardly.

  8. If you have any miniature Easter decorations, add them to the basket. You can use glue or tape to secure them in place if needed.

  9. Optional: add more Easter grass or shredded paper around the sides of the basket to create a fuller look.

  10. Once your basket is complete, place it in the dollhouse where you want it to be displayed. You can also make multiple baskets to create an Easter display in your dollhouse.

Enjoy your dollhouse Easter basket!

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