Do you enjoy simple projects? 15 minute spring peat pot treat baskets are for you! These baskets are quick to make and they will be a great touch for any spring table.
Everyone in my family enjoys sweets, especially chocolate. So, I am planning to fill these with goodies for everyone to take home and enjoy!
Besides sending everyone home with something, I especially enjoy the fact they will have something to remember from this special day.
- peat pots
- spring graphic, mine is from The Graphics Fairy
- decoupage scissors or sharp scissors
- Mod Podge
- white craft paint
- clear cellophane bags – Michaels craft stores or your local grocery store
- paint brushes
Paint the Peat Pots with White Craft Paint
Step 1: Paint Peat Pots White
First, begin painting the baskets with white craft paint. As a result of these peat pots being rough in texture, I advise using a paintbrush. One coat of craft paint is all that’s needed.
Because these pots are cardboard, they need to dry overnight.
Printing and Cutting the Image to Add to This Spring Craft Pot
Step 2: Printing a Cutting of the Graphic
Now when printing your image regular printer paper works best.
After the images are printed cut around the image. This works best when cutting as close to the image as possible.
Adding the Images Using Mod Podge
Step 3: Using Mod Podge Add the Graphic of Your Choice
Now add a coat of Mod Podge to the back of the cut image. It’s particularly important to make sure to cover the edges well with the glue.
Now carefully pick up the image and add it to the spring baskets. Here you want to use a tapping motion so the image will not tear.
Immediately after adding the graphic to the spring treat peat pots add a coat of Mod Podge to the top of the image. Doing this smooths any edges. Also, this gives the image a great look and brightens the black and white of the rabbit.
By the way, if you are looking for another way to have something to fill with chocolate these are simple and quick to make. I share an easy-to-follow tutorial!
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Also, another easy and great option for sweets can be seen for vintage berry baskets in a full easy tutorial!
Look how smoothly this rabbit looks on these Easter treat baskets!
Lastly, I did add a bit of craft paint around the inner rim of the pots. This is optional. I did this to have a neat look for these treat pots filled with sweets!
I hope you enjoyed this post for easy 15-minute spring peat pot treat baskets! Are you getting ready for spring and warmer days? How about Easter, are you hosting this year too?
33 thoughts on “Spring: Peat Pot Treat Baskets”
Great minds think alike! I just made little decoupage pots for easter and I love them!
So easy right. Can’t wait to hop over
These are really cute. I love the bunnies you found to put on the pots. I look forward to seeing your Easter table.
Thanks so much Kris!
these pots are super cute, Cindy. I’m all for easy projects!
Thank you so much Debra!
I was just thinking about my peat moss pots! I love graphics fairy. I will be doing this! So so cute!
Thank you so much!
These are so cute, Cindy! I’m sure your guests will love them!
My family loves sweets
What an adorable gift for Easter, thank you for sharing your tips and tricks Cindy!
Thank you for your support
These are so sweet! So versatile for hostess gifts, wedding favors etc.
This is so darling. Thanks for sharing Cindy.
These are simply adorable! I absolutely love them! Thank you for sharing how to make them!
These are so sweet! Thank you for sharing!
So cute – I had never thought of painting this type of pot.
Those are very, very cute…and easy peasy to boot. Happy Wednesday- xo Diana
Adorable! Thanks for sharing.
Love these so much, Cindy – I just pinned! I can’t believe how easy they were to make. Honestly, they look like a million. Can’t wait to see these on your tablescape. They’re just gorgeous! Hugs, CoCo
Such a cute spring craft. And they’re simple too. I can’t wait to make some.
They are just darling, Cindy!
Love this idea! I love how they look and it’s so simple. Pinning and will definitely will be making a version of this although I think yours are perfection. XO- MaryJo
Thanks so much!
These are really cute and I love how simple and inexpensive they are to make! Pinned
They are very easy and fun to make
These are adorable and perfect for spring! Thank you for sharing the DIY on Farmhouse Friday link party. I’m featuring them tomorrow. Hope you link up again soon. pinned
Thank you so much!
thanks for the feature