Creative Ideas for Easter Baskets
It’s spring! The birds are singing. The frogs are croaking. The flowers are emerging from the earth. It’s Easter Time!
I don’t want candy (OK, maybe a little candy would be OK), I don’t want toys, I don’t want peeps, I don’t want chocolate bunnies with yellow eyeballs. I want something different, something I can use, something creative in my Easter Basket.
Here’s what I want in my Easter Basket:
I made several of these last weekend for a party. They are rustic, charming and filled with goodies any farm girl or guy would enjoy.
I purchased the baskets at Salvation Army 3 for $1. Yes, that’s 3 baskets for $1. And they are ADORABLE! Don’t you think?
I stuffed them mostly with things I already had on hand.
- Candle holders & candles
- Note pads
- Seed Packets & pouches of Sugar Snap Peas
- Handmade Soaps
- Onion Sets
- Homemade Preserves
- and a few candies
Some other items I thought might be cute to add:
- Gardening gloves
- Gardening shovel or trowel
- Sun visor
This is my kind of Easter Basket! They have a primitive feel, which I love. They are old fashioned, again – love. They won’t make my jeans (very) tight. They contain fun items I can use. They include things I can plant in my garden.
Yes, Thank You.
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