Last year I put together a Easter basket for Emily (you can find it here), this year I decided I wanted to do it again. I have never really been a fan of Easter to me its just a day where you get lots of chocolate, but having a child everything becomes more magical and special. Easter seems to have come around fast this year, I know members of our family will buy Emily chocolate eggs, and we will be doing a Easter egg hunt for her so I have kept the chocolate to a minimum.
I brought this plane unpainted crate from Amazon, for previous baskets I have used a wicker basket but it has began to look a little worse for wear, it was only £3.99 too which is a complete bargain. You can also squish quite a lot inside which is always a bonus! I then teamed it with this beautiful scandi look personalised bunny tag. I think it is adorable and it adds that extra little touch to the basket. I purchased it from a little instagram shop called fox and weave.
Stickers | bunny chalks | Play-doh | Egg Chalks | Rubber ducks
My favourite items in this basket have to be the adorable Jelly cat bunny, the chalks and the books. Emily adores bunnies, they are by far her favourite animal. She has two pale pink medium jellycats (of course one is a back up bunny as its her favourite). I thought this little cute bunny would make a cute addition to her collection. The egg chalks are the perfect shape for toddlers to hold, and they also look really cute. I think I only paid £2 for them, so they are super affordable. The spot book takes me right back to my childhood, I cannot wait to read this with Emily. I'm sure she will love it just as much as me and Sam both did, and the In the Night Garden will be her favourite for sure.
I have tried to link as many things as possible, but some were from shops that don't have websites. Do you make Easter baskets for your child(ren)? I would love to know what you have included in yours.