By: Jordan of Jordan & Co
It’s that time again– Spring is only a few short months away and it’s time to start thinking about what to fill those Easter Baskets with! Today we’re sharing an Easter Basket guide to help. Easter Baskets can be tricky, especially right on the heels of Christmas and Valentine’s Day- so I put together a few ideas based on what we used to get growing up!
Our “Easter Bunny” used to always bring us the same few things:
-New Pjs (or something cozy)
-Something fun for the upcoming summer months (think: sandals, bathing suits, a fun towel, new goggles, etc.)
-Toys that encouraged outdoor play (jump ropes, chalk, bubbles, sprinklers, etc.)
-New Art supplies or a game
-And of course, our baskets were always topped off with some fun knick-knacks and a big old Chocolate Bunny!
I try to stick to those same categories when planning out my own kids’ baskets and I came up the following lists based on them as well!
Zozu Baby Headband| bath toy| personalized blanket |Good Night You book|yogurt melts|dimpl|girls pjs |boys pjs |sophie |shark rashguard|wooden beads |Tubby Todd bath stuff|boys swim set|jelly tails book|girls swim|sunscreen|Jellycat bunny| girl bib|boy bib
Ellia May Bow|princess book|rainbow bag |unicorn bracelet|goggles| breakfast pjs |non toxic dough|slippers|mermaid coloring book|crayons|rainbow sprinkler|What Do I Do? Conversation Cards|unicorn chalk|swim suit|Cinderella sound book |dress a bunny coloring book
words to live by coloring book |rainbow float|sunnies|shark pjs|tennis gumballs|fine markers|polaroid|Lol Hair Goals|rainbow tote|Natural Organic Bathbombs|jump rope|candy tackle box|swimsuit |eeboo puzzle |nailmatic nailpolish|hair poms|stitch up book|5,000 Awesome Facts book|glitter backpack|non toxic makeup |fuzzy slippers|memory game|VanGogh on-the-go|picture book|magnashapes
tide pool bath set|outerspace coloring book|non toxic crayons|non toxic dough|shark pjs|dino roll mat|baby lit book |stackable blocks|3-2-1 blast off book|magnifying glass|foam bat and ball|pirate ship pool & sprinkler
Lastly, I’m a big fan of traditional Easter baskets, however I also like the idea of re-purposing a container you’ve got laying around, or buying one you’d like to use again after Easter- whether it be a toy, a suitcase, or a cute crate for storage. Here are a few ideas for alternative Easter baskets!