Natural Foliage Easter Basket

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An Easter basket doesn't have to be just for kids. Use natural elements to turn a thrift shop basket into unique, elegant, and functional decor that will look lovely in your home throughout the whole spring season.

An Easter basket doesn't have to be just for kids. Use natural elements to turn a thrift shop basket into unique, elegant, and functional decor that will look lovely in your home throughout the whole spring season.

Materials Needed

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For this project you will need a basket with a handle, green spray paint, one package of mixed crafting moss, one bunch of foam berries and a glue gun.

For this project you will need a basket with a handle, green spray paint, one package of mixed crafting moss, one bunch of foam berries and a glue gun.

Cover Basket with Moss

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Cover the basket with a coat of spray paint and let dry completely. Glue moss to the outside of the basket, working with just a little moss at a time. Do not cover the inside of the handle with moss. Trim any excess moss hanging out if necessary.

Cover the basket with a coat of spray paint and let dry completely. Glue moss to the outside of the basket, working with just a little moss at a time. Do not cover the inside of the handle with moss. Trim any excess moss hanging out if necessary.

Cut Berries

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Snip off a handful of small clusters of foam berries.

Snip off a handful of small clusters of foam berries.

Add Berry Clusters

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Glue foam berry clusters in a random pattern to the basket and handle.

Glue foam berry clusters in a random pattern to the basket and handle.

Decorate with Single Berries

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Finish by gluing on single berries here and there between the clusters.

Finish by gluing on single berries here and there between the clusters.

Present

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All done! Fill with eggs, fresh flowers, or lay a tea towel inside and serve warm rolls for Easter dinner.

All done! Fill with eggs, fresh flowers, or lay a tea towel inside and serve warm rolls for Easter dinner.

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