Hello! I’m linking up with Darci today for a fun Easter Basket Blog Hop! How fun! I can’t wait to see what goodies are in everyone’s Easter baskets!
I’m also linking up with Sarah for her Easter link-up!
For Will’s first Easter back in 2011, I decided to purchase a nice, personalized Easter basket from Pottery Barn Kids (like these). I wanted one we could use year after year, just like I did when I was a kiddo. When Harper was born, I bought a similar Easter basket for her from Pottery Barn Kids. I used a coupon and took advantage of a sale that included free personalization and shipping, so it wasn’t too expensive. Plus, we use them year after year.
I found most of the goodies for this year’s Easter baskets in the dollar aisle at Target. I wanted to keep it simple yet fun.
In Will’s basket, I put some markers, bathtub paint, Annie’s gummy rabbit snacks, a “Little Blue Truck” book (added after this picture was taken), toothpaste and toothbrush, an adorable egg that shouts out, and a few Easter eggs filled with goldfish.
In Harper’s basket, I included the book, “Ollie’s Easter Eggs,” some toothpaste and a toothbrush, a pink talking egg, bath fingerprints, and eggs filled with goldfish. As you can see, I tried to put similar items in each basket. What Will has Harper wants and vice versa, ha!
I plan on putting together a mini Easter basket for my hubby and me using these fun tins I found at Target’s dollar aisle. Any suggestions on what to include in his?