The toughest part for me was finding some "boy" fabric without going shopping. I raided my stash and think I came up with some boy looking baskets.
I just cut squares of fabric for top and bottom with some scraps of batting for the middle the two baskets that I liked the best were 12 inch squares. Sewed around the edge and then tried "pinking" Finn's basket. I think my pinking shears are ancient and they were just not doing the job. Also Finn's basket I made fabric wide enough, but probably a bit too long so that you saw doggie faces on all 4 sides and they were facing up. The next two baskets I have a fiskars paper cutter which says it is a Victorian Edge and I used that to cut the edges of the next two baskets. To make the corners I just matched the edges and sewed up through all layers about 2 inches from the point. Handles were just two strips. I like about 12 inches, sew around and use the decorative cutter, and sewn on using a pair of buttons. I cut cardboard scraps to make the bottom stiff.
If I decided to make these again I think I would probably opt for smaller squares maybe 10 or even 8 inches. But they turned out cute. Stuff a few eggs with whoppers, and jellybeans and we are all ready to hop.