Prepare a large paper bowt to make into your Easter basket. Draw a zigzag line below the mouth of the paper bowl.
2Cut along the zigzag line.
Cut the bowl along the zigzag line. This should make your paper bowl look somewhat like the lower half of a chick's hatched egg shell.
3Make the chick's body and wings.
On a sheet of yellow construction paper, draw a round chick's head and a triangular body below the head. Draw a pair of triangle wings as well. Make the chick in proportion to your paper bowl.
Another option is to print out this chick template on yellow A4 or Letter size paper.
4Cut out the chick.
Cut out the chick as well as the wings.
5Create a face.
Draw a face using crayons, colored pencils or markers.
Instead of drawing the face, you can also glue a pair of wiggles eyes and a pair of little orange paper or foam triangles for the beak.
6Curl the wing tips.
Slightly curl the wing tips with a pencil. To do so, hold a pencil behind the base of one triangle wing. With your thumb on the pencil and your index finger supporting the pencil from behind the paper, slowly pull the pencil up all the way to the tip of the triangle.
7Glue the chick inside the bowl.
Glue the bottom portion of the chick inside the bowl.
8Glue the wings.
Glue the wings inside the bowl—one on the right and the other on the left side of the chick.
9Add a handle.
Cut a length of ribbon or cut craft foam into a 1½"-wide strip to make the basket's handle. Fix the ends of the handle onto the inside of the paper bowl using either a glue gun or a stapler.
10Use the basket.
Decorate the handle, if you like. You can glue small foam shapes or put small stickers on a craft foam handle.
Place Easter goodies or some eggs inside your cute Easter chick basket.
Make a cute tiny basket.
Make a small paper bowl to come up with a cute tiny chick basket. A tiny basket can hold a few goodies or maybe one Easter egg—just the perfect size for an Easter party favor.