10 April 2017

Candy-Free Easter Basket Gift Guide


For the past couple years our holidays have been candy-free and I have absolutely enjoyed filling the Christmas stockings and Easter baskets with trinkets and treasures. The biggest challenge I have faced is trying to avoid cheap plastic toys without breaking the bank. I always try and purchase earth-friendly, sustainable products and that can be quit challenging when it comes to toys. In our quest to live a simpler life I have found that less is better, and a focus on quality versus quantity is the best fit for our family. I want to fill our Easter baskets with a few loved items that will be cherished rather than tossed aside in a week, only to be broken and eventually tossed in the trash.

Here are a few items that my kids would love to see in their baskets. I hope you find them helpful!

1. The Complete Adventures of Peter Rabbit
2. Bunny Rucksack
3. Bunny Dress-Up Kit
4. Violet Boho Rabbit Doll
5. Woodland Tambourine
6. Giant Playing Cards
7. Rock Crayons
8. Cat Mask
9. Bunny Ears Headband
10. Italy Gelato Graphic Tee
11. Colorful Pompoms Necklace

1. Basketball Puzzle
2. The Boys in the Boat (Young Readers Adaptation): The True Story of an American Team's Epic Journey to Win Gold at the 1936 Olympics
3. Handheld Tambourine
4. Professor Noggin's Geography of the United States
5. Nalgene Water Bottle
6. Official FC Barcelona Cap, Messi
7. Megamix Speed Cube
8. Adias Soccer Ball
9. Remote Control Helicopter
10. Star Wars Perplexus
11. FC Barcelona Knit Gloves
12. Timber Tower Wood Block Stacking Game

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