You have the Easter baskets, now what to put into them instead of candies. Here are some of my favorite things to put into your traditional and non-traditional Easter baskets for little girls.
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I believe books are a great gift for any occasions. If you’re looking to read to the kids, Amazon has 10 short Easter stories audio for free on their Kindle. 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.
These color bath drops are tablets that turn boring bath water into fun water. Mix colors for cool new color combinations. The washable sidewalk chalk are great to get their kids outdoor and coloring the sidewalk to their hearts content. Shopkins are super cute and buying them in pack will save a bundle. You can divide this 12 Shopkins into 4 little gift bags with 3 shopkins in each. You can do the same thing for the chalk if you’re trying to save some money.
No Easter basket would be complete without the eggs. Buy them pre-filled with goodies or in fun animal shapes like the octopus or turtle egg to fill up with stamps, stickers, etc.
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