LOOKING FOR GIRLS’ EASTER BASKET IDEAS? IN THIS POST, I SHARE SOME OF MY FAVORITE FINDS THAT ARE SURE TO MAKE YOUR LITTLE ONE’S EASTER EXTRA SPECIAL.
Easter is right around the corner which means I am starting to shop for my girl’s Easter baskets. I try to be intentional when putting together my girl’s Easter baskets rather than filling them with lots of junk. Our “Easter basket formula” ends up being a mix of practical and fun things that they can enjoy for the upcoming spring and summer seasons. In this post, I’ve rounded up some of my favorite picks for this Easter and some of my favorites from years past.
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Bow Hair Ties
I love these Liberty London fabric bow hair ties. I love that I don’t have to worry about the bow going missing at school since it is attached to elastic.
Admittedly, play dough is not my favorite thing in the world since it’s so messy. Buuuuut my kids love it. I found this Ice Cream Playdough Kit from one of my all-time favorite small shops that is sure to be a hit.
With summer around the corner, I always use Easter as an excuse/reminder to purchase swimsuits. I am paranoid about the sun, so I always look for long-sleeved swimsuits for my girls. Minnow always has an excellent selection with pretty prints that hold up very well. This year, I am going to get these long sleeve swimsuits for my girls. I especially love the bow detail in the back.
I recently purchased this toddler purse and was so impressed with the quality. I think it would be the perfect Easter basket filler, so I had to share. I also recently bought a small duffle bag from the same small shop for my oldest daughter to use as her ballet bag. The seller even accommodated my request to have long straps added to the duffle bag.
Art + Crafts Supplies
I like to do some kind of art and crafts supply in our girl’s Easter baskets. This year, I am keeping it simple with some new crayons. I love the pastel colors of these Pearl Crayons. These Confetti crayons also look fun! Also, my amazing sister-in-law who is a Preschool Director recently introduced us to these twistable crayons and I will say they are a game-changer!
Chalk is another staple in our Easter baskets. Since it’s Spring, the weather is warmer which means more time outside. Yay! Regular chalk will do but I found some cute sets and couldn’t resist sharing. How cute is this Bunny Chalk Set? This company is woman-owned and its products are made in the US. Also, how pretty is this Spring Chalk Set. This set is also made in the US.
My girls are obsessed with bath bombs. But, I am picky about the ingredients which makes it hard to find ones that I like. This Natural Bath Bomb is a perfect size and fits my requirements. I also have given them this set to share in the past.
These foodie-themed alphabet flashcards are just the best! I use these each night with my 3-year-old and she knows so many letters and letter sounds already. They are supppppper study and oh so pretty.
Other Favorites Girls Easter Basket Ideas
Here are a few girls’ Easter basket ideas that are not in the collage:
I hope this post served as some inspiration for your own Easter baskets. Happy shopping!
p.s. If you enjoyed this post, you might also like this one about packing essentials + a free printable packing list for families.