Non-Candy Easter Basket Items for Kids and Teens

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Easter is just around the corner and that means for those who celebrate, it’s time to start thinking about filling those Easter baskets. While I love a good old chocolate bunny or cross in mine, with allergies and sensitivities to food, that can become a nightmare. Have no fear, I have compiled a list of must-have, non-candy Easter basket items that kids of all ages are sure to love!

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Non-Candy Easter Basket Ideas for Kids and Teenagers 

Little ones to age 10 

Non-Candy Easter Basket Items

Non-Candy Easter Basket Items

  • beach gear (pails, shovels, balls etc..)
  • sunglasses (we’ve gotten the cutest ones at Green Kids)
  • Easter themed socks
  • Dolls
  • children’s Bible
  • Matchbox cars
  • Lego
  • educational games

 

Tweens and Teens

  • a favorite magazine subscription
  • hair products (spiking gel, dry shampoo)
  • new hair styling tool
  • sample size personal care items perfect for purses, lockers or cars (Target, Wal-Mart and Meijer have great travel-size sections)
  • nail polish, manicure items, nail files, etc.
    (Read how to create a fun spa basket for teen girls as well as how to create a cool nail kit for younger ones using only items found at Dollar Tree!)Non-Candy Easter Basket Items
  • gift cards (the ideas are endless! (We love Starbucks, Subway, Target and Dollar Tree.)
  • new phone case
  • perfume, cologne or bath spray
  • soaps and lotion
  • sunglasses (Forever 21 is a great place for this and my next suggestion… .)

Non-Candy Easter Basket Items

  • inexpensive jewelry
  • fun socks
  • healthy snacks
  • wallet or ID holder

Head here for last year’s list for even more suggestions! 

Did I miss something? Let me know in the comments! 

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Kari loves to write and take photos, not necessarily in that order. Her journey started in 2010 when she sat down to write a few words on a private blog. She pressed “public” a few weeks later and the rest is history. Kari loves making people laugh, being real, and spending time with her husband and two daughters. She also really loves her dog Buddy and fish Lucy. When she is not busy writing or going through the Starbucks drive thru, you can find her talking to her plants Zoe, Evie and Albert. She didn’t name Evie. Her nine year old did. But she's totally an Edna so that’s what Kari calls her when her nine year old isn’t home.

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