Easter Basket Ideas for Boys

Easter Basket Ideas for Boys

Easter Basket Ideas for Boys: For Infants and 8-Year-Olds!

With Easter hopping around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about those adorable Easter baskets for our little ones. Whether you have a sweet baby or a curious 8-year-old, I’ve got you covered with some egg-cellent ideas to make this Easter extra special!

For the Infants:

  1. Soft and Snuggly Plush Toys: Choose cute and cuddly stuffed animals that are safe for your little one to snuggle up with. Think bunnies, chicks, or lambs for that extra Easter vibe.
  2. Teething Toys: Help soothe those sore gums with Easter-themed teething toys. Look for ones that are easy for tiny hands to grasp and are made from safe, BPA-free materials.
  3. Board Books: Start building your baby’s library with Easter-themed board books featuring colorful illustrations and simple stories. It’s never too early to foster a love of reading!
  4. Easter-themed PJ’s: Dress your bundle of joy in adorable Easter-themed Pjs featuring bunnies, chicks, or eggs. They’ll look egg-stra cute for those family photos!
  5. Personalized gifts: I love anything wooden, so I added some personalized gifts such has hair brush/comb and wooden keepsake box. I used my LaserPecker to personalize things but you can also find what you want already personalized on Temu.

Easter Basket Ideas for Boys

  1. Outdoor Toys: Encourage outdoor play with Easter-themed sports equipment like soccer balls or baseball gloves. My son also enjoys nerf blasters, so I got him tactical vest to store all of his ammo and a fun Spider-Man themed hand shooter. It’s a great way to get them active and enjoying the spring weather.
  2. Art and Craft Supplies: Foster their creativity with Easter-themed art and craft supplies. Think DIY Easter egg decorating kits, colorful markers, and stickers for decorating cards.
  3. LEGO Sets: Fuel their imagination with Easter-themed LEGO sets. From building Easter bunnies to creating their own Easter egg hunt scene, the possibilities are endless!
  4. Treats: While it’s tempting to load up on chocolate and candy, consider adding other options to their Easter basket. Think fruit snacks and drink mixes. My son loves anything spicy so I added spicy Cheetos and his favorite drink, Prime packets.
  5. Books: Feed their growing minds with age-appropriate books featuring Easter adventures or stories about friendship and kindness. It’s a great way to encourage a love of reading and learning.

Remember, the key is to tailor the Easter baskets to your boys’ interests and preferences. Whether it’s cuddly toys for your little one or LEGO sets for your older child, there’s no shortage of Easter-themed goodies to delight them this holiday season. Wishing you and your family a hoppy Easter filled with love, joy, and plenty of chocolate eggs! 🐰🥚

Where to buy:

I bought most of the gifts from Temu. Not only is it an affordable place to shop, shipping is quick! Get $100 coupon bundle or Search “afd59673” on the Temu App to get 30% off discount!
Grab your Free Gifts here or find them in the Temu App with “fry212293”!

These are what I used to make the Easter baskets.

This is the laser I use to customize gifts and gift tags.

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Easy Last Minute Easter Ideas

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Yes you are reading that right, last minute Easter ideas because it is only a few days away!

Don’t ask yourself how this happened and how to it! I am sharing some easy last minute Easter ideas to get your little ones excited for this spring holiday.

They are easy enough that some of these activities can be done at home, or for very cheap! Check them out below.

1. Easter Bunny Footprints

Print out this free template and carefully cut out the bunny feet to make a stencil. Place stencil on the floor and sprinkle powdered sugar. Do this a few time to make a trail.

2. Free Spring Printables

When you sign up for my newsletter, you will get a set of spring themed printabbles including Easter pennants, toppers and coloring pages.

3. Naturally Dye Eggs With Onion Skin

Coloring eggs has never been this fun! Head to my previous post on how to color eggs with onion skin!

4. Easter Bunny Bait

Mix some dried oats, colored sprinkles and anything else you want to add to sprinkle for the Easter Bunny when he comes at night.

5. Dollar Store Easter Basket

Head to your local dollar store and stock up on the ultimate Easter basket! Everything you see hear is from Dollar Tree or Target Dollar Spot. You can add snacks, bubbles, Playdough, sippy cups and more! Also how cute are these sunglasses? I decided to glue some letter beads to customize them.

6. Jelly Beans in the Toilet

Throw some jelly beans in the toilet and even add some green and purple food coloring. Add the note for the Easter bunny saying they forgot to flush!

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Some blogger friends and I are teaming up to share some fun Easter Basket ideas! Follow our blog links for more inspiration!