Easter Basket Ideas Your Peeps Are Sure To Love

I love spring and this time of year.  Easter is around the corner and I wanted to share some easy, fun, creative baskets with you.  I just love filling Easter baskets.  I also love that it is the perfect opportunity to really be thoughtful about those little things you put into a basket to that special someone in your life.

This basket is for Carter.  He is 7 years old.  His basket has all of his favorite things.  A Pokemon shirt, Super Mario coloring book, a plush Peter Rabbit bunny, sidewalk chalk, Playdoh, bubbles, Magic Tree House book, and a new LEGO set.  LEGO sets are his favorite.  I love that LEGO sets make their mark on his mind and his hands.  He loved The LEGO Movie 2 so I bought him this set for Easter.  He is seriously going to love everything in this basket.

Kennedy's basket has so many goodies.  It includes a new plush bunny, a LEGO Brickheadz Easter Chick, Vampirina Stow N' Go Slumber Party set, Hairadorable Pets, Hairdorables, bubbles, Playdoh, coloring books and more.

 There are some amazing new Wonder Park toys out right now since the movie was just released. If you have not seen the movie, it is a must.  Any child would love a new plush doll or one of the Wonder Park toys.  My kids love these Wonder Chimp Surprises; there are 30 different Wonder Chimps to collect.  My kids always love a new plush toy to sleep with or take on trips and the Wonder Park plush dolls are so cute.  They are going to go crazy over these Wonder Park figures and playsets.  These playsets will keep them busy for hours using their imagination and doing pretend play.

 This is a perfect basket for a toddler who loves Nick Jr.  It includes a Paw Patrol blanket, Top Wings toys, a Bubble Guppies sippy cup, a Blaze plush doll, a bunny snack container and more.

This basket could be for a friend, a mom, a sister, etc.  I included a bottle of champagne (but you could do wine or any other type of drink).  A Magnolia magazine (you could also do a book), a candle, Honest makeup and beauty products.

These baskets are made with everything found at local stores.  You can find these items at any grocery store.  So while you are grocery shopping you can easily put an Easter basket together for your kids or any loved one.

These are apple juice boxes and I just wrapped them with bunny paper and added a cotton tail on the back.  It is too cute and adds a special little touch.  You can find the FREE printable here.

 My kids love marshmallows, so I printed these little tags that say Bunny Tails and in clear bags I added some marshmallows because it looks like little adorable bunny tails.  You can find the FREE printable here.

 We LOVE Cheddar Bunnies and I bought clear triangle bags and added the cheddar bunnies into the bags.  With green paper I made a stem to make them look like adorable carrots.  You can click here to see how I made the green stem.

With Easter right around the corner hopefully I helped you with some amazing ideas that I am sure all your peeps will love!

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