8 easy May Day baskets to make with kids

8 easy May Day baskets to make with kids

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I love the May Day tradition of delivering small baskets to friends' front doors because I've seen firsthand how delighted my kids are when someone surprises us with a basket of flowers or candy. Something about the unexpected surprise makes it ten times more delightful than just handing a gift over to someone.

(Also, it's the only time it's okay for my kids to ding-dong ditch their friends!)

This year, I had Kate (age 10) do a quick search of some projects she thought we could do together. With a 10, 7 and 2-year-old, we need something simple and sweet. Here's what she came up with:

These sweet candy cups from Better Homes & Gardens are done with a plastic cup and one sheet of pretty paper.

This cute cookie basket from One Good Thing by Jillee is made with a simple paper plate!

Free printables from Nothing But Country jazz up cupcakes for May Day.

Skip to My Lou uses fast food drink holders to hold pretty flowers.

A simple paper cone from Skip to My Lou can hold candy or flowers (or both!).

These Tootsie Pop Baskets from Secrets of a Super Mommy are sure to be a hit with the kids.

A simple door-hanging basket from Fantastic Five is pretty and easy!

Opinions expressed by parent contributors are their own.

Watch the video: Make a May Day Baskets Quilt with Jenny Doan of Missouri Star Video Tutorial (August 2022).

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