Can you believe it’s already April?! I feel like this year is going by really fast! Well, we all know what holiday is coming up next, EASTER! Easter baskets that are pre-made and in-store are usually wayyy over-priced for what’s actually in them. Most of the time, it’s better to go ahead and make your own Easter basket and fill it with what you think your child will love best. That is probably the best way to get what you’d like for the amount of money you’re spending. Everybody I know that actually takes the time to buy the pre-made baskets always buy even more things to fill it up because they don’t come with very much in them. Why do that when you can make your own for less? I’m going to share with you some must-haves for the kids this year and in addition, share with you 21 items that you can use to stuff Easter eggs this year! Check this out!
If your kids are anything like my little cousins, they love slime! That has quickly become most kids’ new favorite thing to play with. How cool would it be for them to receive these giant slime eggs?!
Don’t kids sometimes love some of the simplest things? Who would’ve thought kids would love these? I know, but they absolutely do, especially younger children. Check them out and see if this would be a good Easter basket stuffer for your kids!
The Don’t Laugh Challenge Joke Book
When I was a kid, I loved joke books! Joke books were one of my favorites to buy from my school book fair back in the day (yes, I said back in the day, ha). This joke book is a fun way to lighten the mood for Easter. It gives the kids something to do besides sitting around eating candy all day!
These kits are so much fun for every kid. Kids love being creative with how they decorate their eggs and it’s really simple to make this a part of the fun on Easter! You could also add stickers to the table and let the kids add those as well!
If you must have candy, Starburst Jelly Beans are my favorite! They are the best jelly beans and really don’t need me to say a whole lot, ha. If you’ve never had them, you’re definitely missing out.
- Money! (everybody loves money, ha. You could simply put a dollar).
- Mini yo-yos
- Nail polish
- Lip gloss
- Glow Sticks
- Temporary tattoos
- Hair ties
- Silly putty
- Silly bands
- Small figurines
- Bounce balls
- Magic grow toys
The 21 items above can be used for most children as an additional stuffer in their Easter baskets. If you have a baby, you could do things more like a teether, pacifier, bottle, snacks, etc. Easter a lot of the time means candy for some, but you can make it a bit more healthy by being creative, you just have to think a little outside of the box! Happy Easter!
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