Here comes Peter Cottontail….
I love creating little baskets for my littles and I’m sure that’s no surprise since we have done Boo Baskets, Christmas Eve Boxes and Valentine’s Day Baskets. Now it’s time for our Easter Baskets and of course I couldn’t pass the chance to add my own adorable touch to them with their little Easter tags and pennant flags. The festive the better am I right?
Let’s dive into their baskets…
I decided to re-use the baskets I got for Valentine’s Day from the Target Dollar Spot because they are so cute for one and also because I didn’t want a collection of baskets at every holiday that they never use again. This momma’s anxiety can not take clutter so we have been doing some major de-cluttering and being more intentional with our products so this was one way for me to continue making their adorable baskets but cut down on the clutter.
A lot of the items in their baskets came from Walmart, Dollar Tree, and the Target Dollar Spot. There are a few items that I grabbed that weren’t in the Easter sections at Walmart and Target just because I knew they’d absolutely love them and I wanted to surprise them with some cute items. I tried to cut down on the amount of items for this basket as sometimes this momma can get a bit carried away with making her babies happy so they have a bit more candy then I’d like to give. But, they’re only young once right?
For Adylee’s basket, I had to cut down on the kiddie type things as she’s growing up and those types of things just aren’t cool anymore. I did however, make sure to grab 3 of things that I knew she would wanna do with her brother and sister. I made sure to grab her a scrunchies, a mini hand sanitizer from Target, and also some new sunglasses. Then, I just filled it with some cookies I got from the Easter section at Target and these adorable bunny pack of gummies. Top it off with some of her favorite Easter Candy and of course her adorable pennant flag.
Giovanni tends to always be my hardest one because he’s so extreme when he is into things. One minute he wants all the dinosaurs and the next minute, he wants Paw Patrol again. He makes my head spin when it comes to that! I made sure to grab some play dough, chalk for all three, and some other fun little items for him. Then I added in a a mini Monster Jam tuck because that’s one thing he always loves. I topped it off with the same Easter cookies and gummies that I had put in Adylee’s and his favorite candy. Add in his Easter pennant and ta-da!
Gracelyn got lots of the same things as Giovanni when it came to the play dough, chalk and other little items. She’s pretty simple and as long as she has some type of food, she’s a happy camper so I made sure to put as much as I could in there for that. Add in a new pair of sunglasses and a TOTS mini egg and she’s good to go! I also added in the cookies Giovanni and Adylee had and her own Easter pennant and she’s done. My girls are definitely my easiest ones to grab little things for.
Free Easter Tag Printable
I also added in these adorable tags with their pennants and I think it just really tied their baskets all together. I did matching ones for them all just to keep it all together but I have created a few different ones that I’ll be sharing below. I highly recommend printing these off on cardstock so that they hold up well for the kids baskets.
To get these adorable tags to print out for your littles click on the picture below to access my free resource library where you will find these tags and other printables as well. But be sure to enter your email to the right to get the password or you won’t be able to!
You can also use these Easter tags for the end of garland since they aren’t specific to your child’s basket! Just another fun way you can use them!
Some blogger friends and I are teaming up to share some fun Easter Basket Ideas! Follow our blog links for more inspiration!