Easter Gift Guide

Easter is right around the corner and it’s now time to start thinking about what the Easter bunny is going to bring! For me every year I like to get spring themed items, whether it’s bathing suits or chalk. I’m going to list some items for each person in your family that would fill the basket without breaking the bank!

Age’s newborn- 1 year

This age group is so easy to accomplish because they don’t care what is in the basket or if they even get a basket! I like to get things that the baby can use so I don’t have to buy the needs and then fill a basket as well. Keep it simple!

  1. Puffs or another kind of baby snacks
  2. Pacifier clip
  3. Pacifier
  4. Rubber ducky (these fit in the larger plastic eggs)
  5. Swim suit
  6. Bath towel
  7. Sunblock
  8. Spring outfit
  9. Wipes
  10. Blankets
  11. Book
  12. Sippy cup
  13. Pool float
  14. Sun hat
  15. lovey or stuffed animal
Age’s 2 – 3 years 

This is the age where it starts to get fun! You can start adding in outdoor activities into their baskets. You can still keep it pretty simple and they will be happy that they have a basket!

  1. Swim suit
  2. Sun hat/hair accessories
  3. Sidewalk chalk
  4. Hotwheel cars (perfect for the plastic Easter eggs)
  5. Bubbles
  6. Watering can
  7. Spring outfit
  8. Rainboots
  9. Planting tools
  10. DVD
  11. Water bottle
  12. Flower seeds
  13. Stickers
  14. Coloring book & crayons
  15. Chocolate bunny
  16. Book
  17. Barbie/action figure
  18. Sunglasses
  19. Water toy
  20. Beach chair
Age’s 4-6 years 

Now that you have kept it simple for the past years you can continue to do so as they get older! Here’s some gift ideas for them.

  1. Swim suit
  2. Sun hat/hair accessories
  3. Coloring book & crayons
  4. Sidewalk chalk
  5. Watering can
  6. Flower seeds
  7. DVD
  8. Bubbles
  9. Planting tools
  10. Spring outfit
  11. Rainboots
  12. Chocolate bunny
  13. Water bottle
  14. Hotwheels/Shopkins (perfect for plastic eggs)
  15. Chapstick (perfect for plastic eggs)
  16. Book
  17. Puzzles
  18. Sunglasses
  19. Water toy
  20. Beach chair
Age’s 7 – 10 years

Sidewalk chalk might not be that “cool” anymore for this age group, but you can still use most of the items above here as well!

  1. Swim suit
  2. Hat/hair accessories
  3. Sunglasses
  4. Water toy
  5. Chapstick
  6. DVD
  7. Spring outfit
  8. Sandals
  9. Chocolate bunny
  10. Book
  11. Crossword puzzles
  12. Beach chair
  13. Planting tools
  14. Flower seeds
  15. Watering can
  16. Coloring book & crayons
  17. Water bottle
Age’s 11 – 13 years 

The preteen years are a tricky one. They are no longer a little kid but not yet a teenager, so this group really depends on your kid and what their interests are.

  1. Swim suit
  2. Hat/hair ties
  3. Sunglasses
  4. Jewlery
  5. Spring outfit
  6. Nail Polish
  7. Chapstick
  8. Chocolate bunny
  9. DVD
  10. Sandals
  11. Book
  12. Gift card (think movies or slurpee)
  13. Beach towel
  14. Body spray/wash
  15. Deodorant (they need it!)
  16. Water bottle
Age’s 14 – 18 years 

Officially teenagers and chances are you had to roll them out of bed to find those Easter eggs! Here’s some ideas that could make it a little bit more exciting for your sassy teen.

  1. Swim suit
  2. Hat
  3. Hair accessories/hair spray
  4. Makeup
  5. Body spray/wash
  6. Deodorant
  7. Gift cards (gas, movies, drive thru, slurpee)
  8. Spring outfit
  9. Workout clothes
  10. Sandals
  11. Nail polish
  12. Magazines
  13. Candy (chocolate bunny if they are still into it)
  14. Phone charger
  15. Razors
  16. DVD
  17. Water bottle
Easter egg fillings

Typically you fill those little plastic eggs with jelly beans but you could always spice it up and add other things to the mix! Here are a few ideas.

  1. Jelly beans
  2. Hotwheels
  3. Shopkins
  4. Chapstick
  5. Nail Polish
  6. Pacifiers
  7. Money (change and $1 bills)
  8. Jewlery
  9. Rubber ducky
  10. Fruit snacks
We don’t typically exchange gifts for Easter but just in case you do here are some ideas! 
  1. Perfume/Cologne
  2. Hat/Hair accessories
  3. Makeup
  4. Workout clothes
  5. Gift card to their favorite store
  6. Swim suit
  7. Favorite candy
  8. Sunglasses
  9. Book/Magazine
  10. Grilling tools
  11. Bottle/wine opener
  12. Candle

You probably read this and are thinking how is this a budget friendly gift guide?! Well the goal isn’t to get all of the items. The goal is to pick 4 or 5 items and fill the baskets! You want to keep it simple for you and fun for the family. I hope this helps you and makes this Easter bunny gig a tad bit easier & Happy Easter!

Here are some pictures from last year’s on Easter! Mia-5, Axel-2, August-2 weeks


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