Published on March 16, 2018

Cute Easter Basket Ideas

Cute Easter Basket Ideas

Easter is just around the corner, which means you are probably trying to decide what to put in the kids' Easter baskets. There's the obvious candy choice, but what else? The struggle is real. Thinking of the perfect things that will fit in their little baskets can be such a challenge. Not only that, but what if they are older and not really "into" it anymore? Then there are adults, hey we like gifts too! Coming up with the perfect basket doesn't have to be a struggle anymore. We've come up with creative Easter basket ideas that will impress anyone.

Easter Basket Ideas for Toddlers

Toddler Easter Basket Ideas

Minnie Mouse Inflatable Pool     Paw Patrol Action Pack Pup

Groot Plush    Peppa Pig Figures     Porg Plush

This may be the first Easter that your little one remembers so make it a good one. Shop plush dolls for a great basket filler. Have too many of those you say? Never! Pair it with a book that matches the character and some of their favorite treats. You could also get a kids' figurine or small toy instead of the stuffed animal. There is always the great idea of outdoor toys like an inflatable pool. Combine that with bubbles and sidewalk chalk for the perfect outdoor Easter basket. They will be playing outside for hours!

Easter Basket Ideas for Kids

Kids Easter Basket Ideas

TMNT Mold N' Paint     Poké Ball     Skye Activity Set     Batman Action Figure  

If your kid is getting too big for stuffed animals, then it's the perfect time to up the game. Buy a Funko Pop Vinyl figure on maybe an action figure. If they like crafts, find a Paw Patrol Activity Case or a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Mold N' Paint. Instead of putting Easter eggs in the basket, toss a few Poké Balls in it! All of these Easter basket ideas are available at Fun.com!

Easter Basket Ideas for Young Adults

Young Adult Easter Basket Ideas

Harry Potter Tumbler     Overwatch Hat     Wrestle Mania Shirt      Wonder Woman Pop Vinyl 

Easter basket ideas for young adults could prove to be the most challenging of them all. Play it safe with a basket that contains socks, shirt and a Pop Vinyl from their favorite character. Mix it up and add a hat or a scarf. Travel mugs are great for everyone, who doesn't love them?

Easter Basket Ideas for Adults

Adult Easter Basket Ideas

Irregular Choice Shoes

You're never too old for an Easter basket! Make it a basket they will love by adding all the adult essentials. You know: wine glass, dark chocolate and a small bottle of wine for the ladies, or a beer mug, peanuts and a beer for the men. Or if they don't drink, go with a coffee mug or travel mug with their favorite blend of coffee. Another option is to fill it full of NFL or MLB stuff to help spruce up that man cave. For those who love shoes put a pair of Irregular Choice shoes in the basket. You could always go with a wallet, shirt and candy, too.

Creative Easter Basket Ideas

Easter Basket Ideas

Care Bears Slippers     Care Bears Backpack     Batman Socks

We've got the perfect creative Easter basket ideas that will sure to have your kids hopping for joy. Instead of a basket, use rain boots filled with fake grass bubbles, sidewalk chalk and treats. Double the finding fun! Purchase a batman Easter basket with boots, shirt, and socks and you'll be set. Fill a Care Bears backpack with Care Bears slippers and a Pop Vinyl. Get creative and have fun with your Easter basket.

Did we cover everyone? Remember, Easter is a time to celebrate with your family so whatever you decide make sure it fits your family. Check out all out Easter gifts to find the one that's right for you.

Molly Schwichtenberg
Molly Schwichtenberg

Molly is the Marketing Manager and writer for Fun.com.

What’s fun for her? Having a movie marathon with all those franchise movies. (You know, Pirates of the Caribbean, Harry Potter, Marvel, Twilight, Hunger Games…) If she could have any movie character as a pet, it would be Baby Groot. Can you blame her?! You can find her at Twitter @mollyhalloween1 or on LinkedIn @mschwichtenberg.

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