Easter is right around the corner, which means it’s time for Easter baskets. I love putting together gifts for any occasion. I have been seeing a ton of high end Easter ideas-like Dyson hair dryers. I’ll be honest, I came from a family where we got chocolate and a small thing like bubbles growing up. Plus, the annual Easter egg hunt! There was one year our dog, Emma, tried to hunt down the eggs before my brother and I! I love putting together gift guides and holiday guides. So, of course, I had to do one for Easter! I included mostly things for kids, but shared a few things for adults, too!
- Playfoam | This stuff was a blast when I was little, and it’s a great fidget because it’s neat. Bonus: You get a ton of colors for a great price at $9.
- Watercolor Brush Pens | Since Quarantine, I feel like art has been one of the major creative outlets people have picked up. These brush pens will add flair to any painting you’ve been working on!
- Play-Doh Eggs | These are adorable and are such a great item to have on hand! Again, these are great because they don’t make a mess!
- Sidewalk chalk | Sidewalk chalk is such a classic! While this one is so cute, it is a bit pricey. Instead, I would probably go with this pack since it is more affordable. If your little one loves glitter, you could grab this glitter chalk.
- Bubbles | Such a great idea and so affordable! I love having bubbles on hand. Plus, if you have little ones, they’re great for getting them to smile for photos! It’s a guaranteed good time for everyone.
- Lavender scented body wash and lotion | Great for a “grown up” Easter Baskets. Plus, it’s great for your skin as warmer days approach.
- Chocolate | I love that this allows you to split up the chocolate. Last year, I got a row of just bunnies and they were delicious! If you have multiple people you’re making baskets for, it’s easy to divide and give a few of each!
I would also probably get things like sunscreen, chap stick, etc. Nothing huge!
What are your plans for Easter?