6 Insanely Cool Easter Basket Ideas for Kids

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Easter Basket Ideas

Easter baskets come in all shapes and sizes and are normally filled with lots and lots of sweets for kids. If you’re tired of the same mundane Easter ideas, no worries, ThinkHealthMag has gone ahead and scoured the web and rounded up six of our favorite Easter basket ideas just for you. We hope you like – and share your own in the comments below!

For Her

Feathered Chick Easter Bucket

1. The Feathered Chick Easter Bucket (via Home and Garden TV)

This adorable chick bucket only requires a few inexpensive craft materials to stand out and shine. Make her happy this Easter with something cool.

Dress-up Bunny Ears

2. Dress-up Bunny Ears (via Pottery Barn Kids)

Get your cameras ready; Give your little ones these dress-up bunny ears to let them shine like a princess. So cute!

Plastic Easter Eggs Fillings

3. Fillings for Plastic Easter Eggs (via Fall in Nail Love)

Instead of filling plastic eggs with candy, use other kid-friendly, non-edible items such as nail polish, stickers, glitter, or even spare change for their piggy banks.

For Him

Homemade Kite

4. Homemade Kite (via Premeditated Leftovers)

This is such a fun gift to play with, and since it’s homemade, there would be more where that came from, and you can even get creative and customize your own.

Homemade Tie

5. Homemade Tie (via Vanilla Joy)

It’s time for your young man to get his first tie in his Easter basket. No one else will have a tie just like this, and that is way cool.

Rabbit Felt Finger Puppet

6. Rabbit Felt Finger Puppet  (via Etsy)

Finger puppets for your kids would definitely equal entertainment for the adults. I can just hear the hilarious voices kids would make while entertaining both themselves and the adults.


Clothespin Jewelry

Clothespin Jewelry (via Useful DIY)

A creative and fun way to make inexpensive and classy jewelry for Easter baskets! Sounds sort of strange, but boys can make them for girls and they can be converted for young kids, middle age kids, or even older kids.

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