Sunday, February 26, 2017
Easter Basket Ideas Featuring My Favorite Brands and Products
I absolutely love Easter. I love the warm Spring air, coloring eggs with the kids and hiding them for days. Getting all dressed up and visiting family and going to church, but my favorite part is making the kids Easter baskets. I probably spend to much time doing it, considering I usually start buying stuff before Valentines Day HaHa. Yep, Its not even March and I've already got almost everything I need besides candy. To be honest the only reason I don't have it yet is because I haven't saw any in stores :)
I've got baskets that I put back every year and reuse them. I usually fill these with the regular stuff like Easter candy, toy eggs, a bible etc. I also try to buy something new and cute to fill with toys because it wont all fit in one basket. I like filling it with summer toys, bubbles, crayons, sidewalk chalk, maybe a couple t-shirts or pair of flip flops. Sure, it looks like alot, but most of it is essentials they will need for summer play. So why not buy it all at one time rather than running around all summer looking for something to keep them occupied.
Below you will find a mini round up of some of the products I used to fill my kids Easter baskets along with links to the site to purchase some for yourself and then a sneak peak at the baskets I made. I'll be adding to the list regularly and may even have some giveaways for ya :)
Crayola Kidz Gear (giveaway)
Downtown Bookworks (giveaway) Wham-O
Hedstrom IFME Child Shoes
Great Pretenders Rose Art (giveaway)
Aeromax Toys Fat Brain Toys
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