Cheap Easter basket stuffers for toddlers

CHEAP EASTER BASKET STUFFERS FOR TODDLERS UNDER £10

Easter is right around the corner so we’ve jumped on the bandwagon and created Sophie an Easter basket this year. I genuinely never thought I’d be that type of mum and laughed at the idea just last year. But what do you know…here I am, fully immersed in the craze for all things Easter. Go figure. I should learn never to say never… Anyway I thought I’d share all the cheap Easter basket stuffers that I’ve put together for my little cherub. For anyone interested… our older three boys all get their choice of Easter egg and a little bit of money but fortunately / unfortunately they’d rather die than have an Easter basket at their age. I mean, it would just be so cringe. Apparently.

Anyway, to keep the costs down, I’ve used a hamper that I’ve had for a few years – I bring it out for each season and decorate accordingly.  There isn’t much in the way of chocolate as I just don’t think she needs it at two years old. I’ve popped in a couple of Mini Moos vegan choc bars and a small Easter egg given by a friend, which I know she will enjoy but that’s enough tbh. Sorry not sorry.

Instead of buckets of sugar, there are lots of lovely crafty bits and bobs like colouring books and stickers, as well a few books and toys that I’ve collected from places like Home Bargains and local charity shops. You can honestly find so many bargains if you have the time to have a bit of a browse. I’ve also included a personalised bunny that we were sent by a brand called my 1st years but it would have been just as nice without.

All in all, the whole thing cost less than £10 to put together and I’m really pleased with the result. I know she’s going to love it.

You can watch the whole thing here.

Cheap Easter baskets stuffers for under £10

Hopefully, this might give you a few ideas if you’re wanting to find some cheap Easter basket stuffers.

Have a lovely Easter

xxx

Cheap Easter Basket Stuffers For Toddlers - How To Make Beautiful Easter Baskets For Under £10!

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  1. March 28, 2018 / 13:20

    I understand what you mean, my sister has 2 older boys, once I tried to give them Easter baskets, they just looked at them, as if they were something dirty that cramps their style. This is why I love my daughter, and I wish she stays small and cute forever. Thanks for the great ideas, I will definitely use some of them this year, chocolate turned out to be a bad idea last year (it was the first Easter when my daughter could actually eat chocolate, and we spent the whole night with a tummy ache), so this year I’ll go for education and proactiveness.

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