Three weeks until Easter. Time to get those little baskets ready for your sweet little bunny(ies). If you’re looking for some non-sweet basket ideas are some that I’ve come up with. If you’re into non-traditional basket, here are some that I found to be fun and useful as well.

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I believe books are a great gift for any occasions. They give kids the gift of imagination. My son loves the Llama Llama books so this Easter book is a great addition to his collection.  You don’t have to give Easter books. It could be any kind of book, but it would be fun to match it with your non-traditional baskets. For example, if you use a dump truck as a basket, give a truck book. If you’re looking to read to the kids, Amazon has 10 short Easter stories audio for free on their Kindle.



My son loves Lego so these mini Lego-compatible figurines complements his little cars and helicopters. He doesn’t own a Star Wars Lego set yet. The eggs are egg-xellent for little hands to sort out shapes (the base are different shapes), learn colors and match the face colors to the hidden eggs. The head chirp when you press it down. Super fun for the little ones. The washable sidewalk chalk are great to get their kids outdoor and coloring the sidewalk to their hearts content.

3. Surprise Eggs


Animals, Pokemon,and cars all make great egg stuffers. All these comes with eggs and toys in package of 3 or more. Here are some more surprise eggs.

4. Bunny


No Easter basket is complete without the bunny. How cute is this sweater and scarf bunny? The second bunny pictured also serve as a rattle.  The third would make the kid that thinks the Easter bunny is cheesy totally cool.

What do you put into your Easter baskets?

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