Really just a bunch of low quality junk...fine if that's what you want to give your kid for Easter. Basically like a cheap grocery store basket. It does come sort of as shown in the picture...all the stuff is standing up with cellophane wrapped around it and a ribbon on top. But it's all tossed around and all over the place so I'd recommend only buying this if you can unwrap it and rearrange everything before giving it to someone. You get what you pay for in this case.
We are changing traditions as our children are now adults. (Yes, we've still done the whole Easter basket/egg dying/hunt until adulthood.) One son is overseas and one daughter at college, so we just have our older daughter and son-in-law for Easter. These are great baskets with a wonderful selection of treats. I sent one to my college-age daughter so she could open it at school on Easter. My son is in a remote location, so he won't get one this year, but I think the others will be pleased.
Disappointed. I went to see my sister recently and when I saw the basket that was sent - I could have sent her a box of cookies from Cheryl's or a gift card to her favorite store. It's tradition to send her a basket although she's in her 20's now. Maybe it was the price that it was because I sent it 3 days before easter. If had to do it again - I would not send. It was a simple basket with maybe 6 different kind of easter candies at the most.