How to Make an Easter Basket on a Budget
Updated: Apr 19
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Easter is quickly approaching and the fun festivities of the holiday require some parent prep work.
But like any busy parent, it can be hard to make time to create a perfectly assorted Easter basket for your kids -- especially on a budget! So this year, Jill Devine Media has some crafty ideas to help you make your children’s Easter a day they won’t forget.
Simply put, your kiddos will LOVE these Easter basket goodies. We selected each product from Target because -- let’s be honest -- Target just makes things easier! And the best part? Every product listed is $5.00 or under!
Mix and match the “Activities & Toys” options and “Treat” choices as you see fit for your little one(s)!
“Activities & Toys” (price low to high)
Crayola 24ct Kids Crayons ($1.49)
Crayola Easter Egg Chalk (6 pcs) ($2.54)
Super Bubble Stick Blower ($3.00)
“Treats” (price low to high)
Whoppers Easter Mini Robin Eggs ($1.00)
Peeps Easter Yellow Bunnies ($1.00)
Easter Happy Hoppers Gummy Candy ($1.00)
Starburst Easter Jelly Beans ($1.00)
M&M's Milk Chocolate Easter Cane ($1.99)
“Basket Options” (if needed)
Berry Easter Basket ($1.00); color options include blue, coral, green, and pink.
Easter Chick Decorative Basket ($3.00)
We can’t wait for your kiddos to open their personalized Easter baskets this year! And don’t forget to comment below to show us the goodies you chose for your bunnies.
Amanda Sosa is a college graduate from California State University, Long Beach with a MA in English (emphasis Rhetoric and Composition) and a BA in English (emphasis Rhetoric and Composition; minor in American Studies). She currently works in higher education English classrooms at Golden West Community College and as an instructor at Platt College. Her love of writing has prompted her to additionally pursue copywriting and copyediting professionally.