www.lindseyemartin.com
Uncategorized

Easter Baskets

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!

  1. 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.
  2. 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!
  3. 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!
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. Lavender scented body wash and lotion | Great for a “grown up” Easter Baskets. Plus, it’s great for your skin as warmer days approach.
  7. 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?

xx,

Lindsey

Subscribe via Email

SIGN UP TO RECEIVE THE LATEST POSTS DIRECTLY TO YOUR INBOX!

close

Subscribe via Email

SIGN UP TO RECEIVE THE LATEST POSTS DIRECTLY TO YOUR INBOX!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

%d bloggers like this: