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3 Adorable Cricut Easter Baskets To Make This Year! [Easy | Beginners]

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All three of our Cricut Easter Basket ideas are super easy to make! We found some adorable baskets from Amazon that are quick to personalize for Easter this year. 

This tutorial will go over the three different ways you can customize your very own DIY Easter baskets.

Follow our tutorial and you will get a chance to play around with the Cricut Design text field by customizing your very own text or creating your own simple Easter design. 

Easy Cricut HTV Project

Cricut Easter Basket Tutorial

Follow our detailed tutorial to learn how to make these super cute Easter basket Cricut ideas.

Supplies Needed:

easter basket cricut ideas supplies

Step 1: Create Text in Cricut Design Space

The first step of the project is to create the desired text in the Cricut Design Space.

  • Open Cricut Design Space and start a New Project.
  • Next, select “Text,” and select your desired font. We used the following three font types: Annie Leu, DTC October Daylight, and Double Whipped.  
  • From there you may rearrange the text to your liking.
CDS Easter Text
  • Next make sure to Weld the text to ensure that the word is cut out as one word. This is important if you select a text that is cursive. Though if you do not mind the separate cutouts you do not need to weld. 
  • Now resize each text to your desired size. 
  • Once you are satisfied with the design you may move forward with cutting the design.

Step 2: Prepare your Cutting Mat

In this next step, the design (text or words) will be cut out by using your Cricut machine. This project will have you load the project into six different mats due to the number of colors we have chosen to use.

  • When you are happy with the size and color of your design click on “Make It”
  • Make sure to select “Mirror”.
mirror image
  • Select continue and connect your Cricut machine.
  • You will now be able to pick your material type and cut settings.
  • If you have an Explore Air 2 – Select “Iron-on” on your material dial for the HTV. 
  • Place the HTV with the shiny side down on the Green StandardGrip mat.
HTV on Mat
  • Load the mat into your cutting machine and follow the instructions to cut the transfer sheets.

Step 3: Weed your Design

  • Unload the mat and carefully peel the mat away from the vinyl.
  • Trim down the vinyl if needed. 
  • Then start peeling away the excess vinyl from the top left corner. Go slowly around the letters and fine details. 
  • Don’t forget to weed out the inside pieces.
Weeding HTV

Tip: You should be able to do your weeding with your fingers, but use a weeding tool for smaller detail if required.

Step 4: Press the HTV Designs onto the Easter Baskets

  • Start by warming up your EasyPress Mini or Easy Press 2. I am using the EasyPress 2 and setting it to 300°F for 15 seconds. If you are using the Mini set it to the first setting.
Easypress 2 settings
  • Use a lint roller to remove random bits of fluff from the bunny tail.
Roller to clean basket
  • Iron or press the Easter basket with your press to make sure there are no wrinkles.
  • Next place the design on the basket. 
Cricut Easter Basket with Vinyl

  • Apply heat to your design for 15 seconds at 300°F. If you are using the EasyPress 2 (highly recommended) you need to apply light pressure.
  • If you are using cool press HTV, make sure to wait for the Transfer Sheet to cool down before you remove it.
  • From there you will want to repeat steps 2 through 5 to apply each design to the other baskets.
Cricut Easter Baskets

And just like that you have created your very own Easter day baskets. The beautiful thing about this, is you can make it for anyone who will be Easter egg hunting this year. 

Excited to make more Easter crafts with your Cricut? Why not check out these Easter craft tutorials that you can make!

Which Cricut Easter craft will you make?

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