Easter Goodies!

I just love the Easter holiday!  Look at all these Easter goodies for the kiddos!  I wanted to create three Easter baskets for my son Truett and two of his friends; Chloe and Chase.  I found some great items to put in them like bubbles ($1), sidewalk chalk ($1), mini ‘magna doodles’ ($1), and of course, tons of candy eggs.  I bought a couple of extras to put in their baskets like drinking cups and toothbrushes.

I filled all the eggs and took everything out of the package.  Truett insisted that Chloe had all pink in her basket but I tried to throw in some color!

As a ‘DIY’, I’ll be using these CUTE Wilton cupcake wrappers to make cupcakes for the baskets and to take the Easter party.  I’ll be using the Wilton gift boxes to give cupcakes.  I love that you can always find the seasonal Wilton items at Walmart because to be honest, it’s much cheaper than ordering from the Wilton website as you do have to pay shipping fees.

What do you put in your Easter baskets?  And do you buy only for kids or do you also buy for adults (friends & family)?

 

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    Jodi says

    My favorite Easter activity is hunting for plastic eggs filled with goodies with my family– I’m 27 years old and yet whenever I go home for Easter, my Dad still hides plastic eggs. The content has evolved from candy to silver dollars and 50 cent pieces, but the fun is exactly the same!

    As for your Easter goodies, all I can say is– what a Mom!

    Happy Easter!