Easter Basket Ideas

Easter Basket Ideas

We are so excited to share with you all some of our favorite Easter Basket ideas! Check out ideas below for an array of gifts for babies, toddlers, and kids alike. Looking to make it ultra simple? Read all about our Tot Boxes in this Domino Magazine article we were featured in last year, then browse our Easter Boxes or add an Anytime Tot Box to your cart, here!

Easter basket ideas: Ages 0 - 1 

What do you get the littlest ones in your life? How about a pull-along toy like the PlanToys Hopping Rabbit, a keepsake book like I am a Bunny by Richard Scarry, or a beautifully crafted wooden rainbow by Ukrainian makers Sabo Concept? Going for something utilitarian? You can't go wrong with these super sweet silicone training cups by EKOBO

Easter basket ideas: Ages 2-4

 What do you get put in a toddler's basket? We think the Londji Major Tom & Rocket Bug Eye Lens or Huckleberry Kaleidoscope would be fun. Pair it with the Kitpas Bath Set or Ooly Left Right Crayons for a creative twist. We also love the idea an education-through-fun gift, like the Tender Leaf Toys Peacock colors or a fun book like Naughty Bunny from Richard Scarry

Easter basket ideas: Ages 4-6

For your favorite four to six year old, consider grabbing a copy of Phoebe Wahl's Little Witch Hazel, a gorgeous book that goes through all four seasons of the year and is just the right amount of whimsical and imagination. The book would be super sweet paired with Tender Leaf Toy's Pet Rabbit or Chicken Coop set as well as one of three Wooden Pinball Sets from KIDOKI by Kikkerland. If you are shopping for a little artist, any of the coloring rolls (they come with crayons) from mudpuppy would be fun, or some paint or marker sets from Ooly.

Easter basket ideas: Ages 6 and over

Big kids enjoy a little surprise on Easter, too! Some of our favorites for the bigs include the Meri Meri Enamel Mushroom Necklace or Fairy Enamel Pin set, wooden toys from Spanish maker Me and Mine, a set of markers like the Ooly Color Together set, or some plant-powered bubbles! We also can't resist Mushroom Fanclub from Elise Gravel or the Make, Create, & Play Stamp It! Set by KIDOKI from Kikkerland

Low clutter Easter basket ideas

We get it, all these holidays can really add-up and you wake up one morning and wonder what happened to your living room. We put together some gift ideas that eventually make themselves gone, or serve as a cute storage solution when not in use. For example, the Meri Meri Mushroom Basket could be a super cute Easter Basket AND storage bin for all those little pieces. eco-kids Hopscotch Chalk is shaped like an egg and eventually gets used all up - the Londji Temporary Tattoos do, too. Or, consider a solar powered rainbow maker by Kikkerland that can be attached to a window and bring a little magic to your day! We also love the idea of a cute flower water bottle or Spring-themed book

Easter basket ideas for open-play enthusiasts

Open play fans rejoice, we have some fun Easter recommendations for you, too. We're a huge fan of anything Grapat, especially their mandalas, bowls with acorns, or Little Thing. Goki's pagoda marble game would look super cute next to a basket and it would be super sweet to get some Erzi play foods or sweets and treats instead of a sugar overload. For a slightly more educational twist, Moon Picnic's Woodland Leaves or Tender Leaf Toys Botanical Press would be a fun addition to any basket as well. 

Easter basket ideas for 

We love a good utilitarian gift and outdoor play items are no exception. We love Kikkerland's new Make Your Own Car set as well as their Huckleberry Bug Box and Binoculars. Up in the Garden and Down in the Dirt would be a sweet book for any basket and perfectly paired with Kikkerland's Make Your Own Garden set. For the younger kids or those near a beach, PlanToys Sand Play set would be super fun and for the older kid, who can resist one of Me & Mine's Wooden Slingshots with pom poms!

Easter basket ideas for the little scientist

Nurture your little scientist this Easter with items meant to spark the why and how. Newton's kits by Kikkerland are super fun, like this Make Your Own Levitation set. We also love the Huckleberry Bug Box paired with The Animal Adventurer's Guide and Bug Facts Coloring Book. If you haven't read Ada Twist, Scientist you absolutely should, and after you can ponder solar power while watching rainbows dance in your room. 
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