Easter is fast approaching, which means I have started hoarding colorful goodies for the girls’ baskets! I decided this year, I wanted to go with super bright colors (maybe since this winter has seemed extra long, and I am desperate for some color in our lives!). I gathered up goodies from our favorite small shops, and, of course, what almost-six year old’s Easter basket would be complete without some Shopkins? 😉
First things first, the baskets needed some Easter festiveness. These Peekawhoo bunnies are the SOFTEST thing you will ever feel, and have the option to custom embroidertheir ears! You can save 20% on all bunnies and bunnies in baskets at Peekawhoo.com with code JENNA20. The last day to order for Easter shipping is March 31, so hop to it! (see what I did there? Hop. HA!)
Each girl also has an adorable tee from my friends at Beckaloo Fashions in their basket. You all know I am a sucker for matching the girls, and these tees are perfect for that! Adaline lives in their bloomers in the warmer months!
For Adaline’s basket, I knew I wanted to include some Re-Play pieces that aren’t just fun – they’re practical (a mom of three can never have enough clean cups or snack stacks in her arsenal!). The vibrant colors went perfectly with my color scheme, too! Also, I just have to point out how adorable that bunny egg rattle and teether from Hudson and Ruthie’s new Sunday Line are! And a gift guide wouldn’t be complete without a cameo from June & January – how cute is that little blush bunny?!
For London’s basket, I added some cute Little Cosmetics pieces for her growing collection – she is obsessed. I also finally found the Little Mermaid Little People that are actually mermaids, if that makes sense? Not Ariel in the dress. London is picky. Most of the rest of her basket was found in the Dollar Spot at Target (bunny bubbles, molding foam). Since she loves playing dress up, I snagged a few Hooray Everyday necklaces for her, and they fit perfectly into the plastic Easter Eggs!
Peyton’s basket will be complete with some scented gel pens (remember those?!), Shopkins pens, and glitter washi tape (all from the Target Dollar Spot), as well as this tiny Shopkins candy dispenser. I found the cutest glittery Easter stickers, and am still on the hunt for some bunny-shaped sticky notes, since those are her current obsession. I also found her the cutest little star necklace from Hooray Everyday.
And if you’re in a pickle, fun hair accessories are always a good standby, and generallt fit inside the plastic eggs! You can still snag my bows from my collection with LooptyLooBows, too! And this flower headband is SO cute, and the perfect Easter pastel!
I will be re-using the girls’ copper wire baskets, because I love how it looks, and let’s be honest – because I have too much stuff to fit in a basket (whoops!).
I would love to know what some of your favorites for Easter baskets are – and if you have seen some cute, bunny-shaped sticky notes 😉
UPDATED: Here is the finished product! The girls were SO excited Easter morning!