Filling up Easter baskets gets harder as the kids get older, am I right? For some reason I feel like girl baskets are easier than boy baskets, but maybe that’s because I don’t have girls! And if I’m being honest, most likely my 17-year old boy will be getting money or gift cards in his basket this year because that boy is B. R. O. K. E. But here are some things I found while looking around that I thought I’d share with you all for some last minute ideas.
2. Natural Life Daisy Ring – I love the boho-feel of this brand and found some cute gift ideas that I may bookmark for future birthday and Christmas gifts!
3. Natural Life Worry Dolls – It’s such a worrisome time in our world right now. What a cute way to encourage our kids to put their worries aside.
4. Natural Life Rainbow Mug – I just may get this for myself! (4/2023 link updated to similar mug)
5. Natural Life Cupcake Socks – Who doesn’t want socks that looks like cupcakes?
6. Lush Build your own Easter Basket – Have you ever been to Lush? They have the neatest bath bombs and soaps. They have a build your own basket section right now that is perfect for Easter.
7. Lush Humpty Dumpty Bath Bomb – Super cute, right??
8. KiwiCo DIY Planet Bath Bombs – And how could I NOT feature this cute DIY EARTH bath bomb kit??
9. Push Pop Fidget Toy – Perpetual bubble wrap popping, need I say more?
10. Mama May I Nature Scavenger Hunt – If I had younger kids this would be in my cart! Perfect for getting them outdoors and exploring.
12. FitDeck Exercise Playing Cards – See above! Let’s make fitness fun!
13. How to Draw Cool Things by Rachel Goldstein – For the budding artist.
14. Play-Doh Eggs – Doesn’t every young kid love Play-Doh? And these are obviously perfect for an Easter basket.
15. Carbon Fiber Wallet – For the older kids, a slim wallet/clip great for cash money and IDs. Throw in a gift card and cash as a surprise when they open it.
16. Manual to Manhood by Jonathan Catherman – I bought this for my son last Christmas. It’s a great compilation of many different life skills that we don’t always think about teaching. May not be their favorite treat in the basket, but one day they’ll appreciate it, right?
Let us know some neat ideas you have to fill up your kids’ Easter Baskets!