Easter is almost here y’all! There is always so much going on, SO much to celebrate.
It’s a joyful time around here! I love everything about Easter. As a kid, while I understood the meaning of the Resurrection, it becomes more and more special to me as the years pass by. Things happen daily that remind us of His presence and the importance of celebrating this special day.
While not religiously based, the Easter basket filled with goodies has always been a highly anticipated event around here. After cleaning up our diets last month, I wanted to try and find some things to fill Violet & Laurel’s baskets that didn’t include candy. I may put a little candy in there, but for the most part, I want it to be filled with FUN!
Some ideas I came up with for a toddler Easter basket:
And some ideas for my 14 year old, Laurel:
Use this tutorial to create sheets of cute monograms printed on sticker paper. The stickers can be used for notebooks, binders, anywhere she wants to put her initials!
*A Starbucks gift card is easy to pick up and very much appreciated!
* A new pair of Sandals ($24 at Target)
What do you normally put in an Easter basket?
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