Last Updated on May 28, 2020
17. Movie Basket
I personally love a movie gift basket. Who doesn’t love going to the movies? This one will surely do the job! Fill it with their favorite candy, popcorn, a movie gift card and they are set.
I love having popcorn tubs at home because they make movie time in our home even more special. Get creative with your choices. Any movie lover will love this thoughtful gift.
18. Beach Themed Bucket
This is another great option for your child at any age! Almost every year my boys need new swimming trunks and goggles. I love the practicality of this idea. Toss it all in a bucket and you’re good to go!
More Creative Easter Basket Alternatives
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1. Radio Flyer Wagon
This is a great option with Spring and Summer weather in the near future. How fun would it be to their Easter treats filled up in a fun wagon?
I have this particular wagon and it is so fun to pull the boys and pull each other around in it. It’s great quality and can be used for so many other tasks as well.
2. Portable Makeup Bag
This bag is amazing and has been circulating the blogging community for a while now. I love the separable sections to keep all your necessities orderly and tidy.
You can also design your own compartments with the adjustable dividers. It’s very versatile and a must if you travel a lot. It can also be used to carry electronics, a tote bag, you name it!
3. Carry on Suitcase
If you are in the market for a carry on for your child, this is another great option to fill with their Easter gifts. A back pack could also work well as well!
This would come in handy if you’re planning on going on any overnight stays in the future. This would be a great way to tell your kiddos about it!
4. Kids Hamper
I love this idea because honestly, who doesn’t love a lot of storage options? This comes in handy because *fingers crossed* your child actually puts their dirty clothes in it and it could also encourage them to become more organized and tidy.
It is a woven basket made of cotton rope and the workmanship is nothing shy of beautiful. I love this particular hamper because it doesn’t scream “KIDS” but is subtle enough to grow with them. It also comes in blue!
5. Sewing Basket
This is another fun option if your child is interested in sewing. This would be a great way to incorporate their Easter gifts into this fun sewing basket.
Bonus it also comes with sewing supplies and a tomato pin cushion! It is a very affordable option and would please almost any budding sewer.
I hope this list inspired you to think outside the “basket” and introduce you to some special and creative options you wouldn’t have thought about! There are so many fun and different ways to put together an Easter basket your kids will love.
These ideas are just a starting point. Feel free to get creative, take a photo and post to our Facebook page. I would love to see what you came up with!
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Happy Easter Listotic readers!