Rounding up a few of our Easter basket finds this year, for those *almost tweens*. I love to find ways of incorporating things we’d be buying for the upcoming seasons and making them all feel cohesive to throw in a basket. Spring wardrobe essentials, fun arts & crafts, and of course some summer inflatables!
ONE // Spring Wardrobe Essentials are the easiest way to fill an Easter basket, I mean we have to buy them anyway right? Love these fun swimsuits and these cozy sweatshirts for a cool Spring day.
TWO // Basket fillers like this iridescent grass, eggs to fill with candy and love notes & lots of fun treats.
FOUR // We always include age appropriate books in our kids baskets, found a few festive books for the littles and grabbed this box set of chapter books for Harper.
FIVE // How did we get here? Including some fun makeup items & nailpolishes, Harper really loves these blush sticks so they’ll make a great basket stuffer.
SIX // In years past, I’ve done one big group gift of an inflatable pool!! Again, something we’d probably be buying anyway for the upcoming summer so it is an easy way to turn that into a gift! Loooove this Minidip pink pool!!
Some honorable mentions…
These Glitter Gel Pens, kids can never have too many and they come in so many fun colors!! And how fun are these color changing markers?! Tell me you’re not hoping someone puts these in your basket. And finally, the cutest crochet purse, perfect for tweens!
PS. I polled you on Instagram about tweens baskets and the most common answer was CROCS (and some form of croc charms) and I’m just not sure I can get behind that yet. So this round up will just have to do! Scroll below for more fun ideas!31