5 Easy Easter Baskets for Toddlers
We love Pinterest. We love it with all of our hearts. But it generally makes us feel pretty inadequate, because while we all wish we were the DIY parents who hand sew felt bunnies and make homemade wholesome treats for an Easter basket… most of us aren’t. We say all the time that Pinterest is aspirational, but weeSpring is practical. So here are five practical (and candy-free) Easter baskets for toddlers that’ll take you roughly two minutes (and two days of shipping time) to make happen — and will delight them just as much as a super-crafty-homemade basket:
2) For the budding Matisse, make an art supply basket. Start with a brightly colored pail, and add in crayons (P’kolino’s triangle crayons are the most popular on weeSpring), a roll of paper, and if you’re feeling adventurous, some finger paint.
4) If your toddler’s got great rhythm (or none at all), make a musical Easter basket. Super easy version is the B. Parum Pum Pum Drum, which (like the toolkit) just requires you to add some Easter grass, or you can go slightly more DIY with the basket of your choice and Melissa and Doug’s band in a box.
5) For the tiny bibliophile, make a bunny book basket. Start with whichever of these aren’t already in your library: Runaway Bunny, Pat the Bunny, That’s Not My Bunny, I Am a Bunny, Guess How Much I Love You, and Knuffle Bunny.
Add some green paper shred to your cart, and you’re ready to roll. Or hop (you know, like the Easter bunny).
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