Spring has sprung and that means Easter is just around the corner. Of course that holiday hare will leave candy, because that’s sort of his thing, but there are a lot of other great gifts that aren’t edible. Lucky for you, we’ve done our research and talked to a few experts (our kids), and we’ve got plenty of ideas to make your Easter shopping a snap.
Grab a few of these favorite fillers and just add candy, BOOM, done.
1. Emoji Eggs
Let’s start with the most important part of any basket, the eggs. These emoji eggs are sure to make them LOL.
I’m not really sure why all kids are obsessed with surprise eggs, but this one checks all the boxes. It’s a surprise egg, with rainbows, and sequins, and the critter inside is apparently part unicorn. This is a guaranteed crowd-pleaser.
Get them ready for sunshine with these adorable shades.
Or how about these…
These heart-shaped shades are perfect for a little feminine flair!
Old school? Maybe. Still super fun, though.
5. Super Bunny
What would Easter be without a bunny? This bunny saves cities while children sleep, so he’s the obvious choice.
How else will your driveway have chalk body outlines?
Let’s be honest, these are just as much a gift to you as they are to them.
A freaking dinosaur bubble gun? Someone please drop one in my Easter basket, too. Thanks.
Ever wanted to tell your kid to “go fly a kite?” You’re welcome.
10. Fairy Garden
Need something that gets them outdoors and let’s them be creative? This fairy garden will totally do the trick.
11. Super Soaker
More outdoor fun, and for under $5!
Kids love movies, and Ralph never disappoints. (Even parents will enjoy this one!)
This workbook will not only keep them busy, it’s also fun and educational.
14. JoJo Slime
Or this Super Slime Studio…
Slime is life when you’re a kid. (I don’t get it either.)
Grab a basket, and don’t forget the Reese’s Peanut Butter Eggs. Maybe throw in some jelly beans and a giant chocolate bunny, and their Easter is sure to be lit, or yeet, or whatever the kids are saying these days.
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