Easter Basker [2018]

Every year I put together an Easter basket for Emily - this will be Isabelle's first year. You can see the previous years here 2015, 2016, 2017. This year was a little harder, as I had to find things that were suitable for both Emily and Isabelle, I also had to find treats for both of them - as Isabelle is dairy free. It actually isn't as hard as most people think to find dairy free chocolate. I thought that I would share with you what I have put in the girl's basket this year, in case you are looking for some inspiration.

The first thing that my girls got in their basket this year was these cute pyjama's. I'm not usually one for putting clothes in there as normally I just fill the basket with treats and craft stuff to keep Emily occupied over the Easter period, but both girls have moved up a size and need a complete wardrobe restock. When I saw these adorable bunny pjs' in next, I knew that they would both love them, and they are super cute, so instead of an easter egg, I bought them. Sam then went and brought both the girls easter eggs without telling me! They also got super cute bunny ears, I really wanted to take some Easter themed sibling pictures, which is why I got them, and I'm so glad I did as the pictures turned out really well. I picked these up from the works, and I think they were £1 each.

Easter wouldn't be easter without some chocolate treats right? Emily got a box of kinder suprise eggs, a little chocolate sheep lollipop and Isabelle got two moo dairy-free chocolate bars. They also got some jelly beans, which they both can eat but Isabelle is a little small for jelly beans. I always add in books, as Emily is a little bookworm and loves a good story, I added in this peter rabbit 'Hello Jemima' book, more for Isabelle than Emily. I also got them 'Are you there little bunny?' which is the cutest little book I have ever read, and a Hey Duggee book - which Emily actually stole straight away, which is why it isn't in the photograph.

Emily was kindly sent a gorgeous Miffy cup, which she loves. It has been the perfect cup of hot chocolate, as it has a handle for her to hold. It's also enamel which is perfect for children as it doesn't break if they drop them, and its very fitting for Easter as Miffy is eating lots of chocolates. Isabelle was sent this cute little miffy. Isn't she just adorable? Emily actually has a larger version of this little plush toy.

The girls also got a few crafts bits, such as make your own Easter cards, stickers, colouring pencils, and cupcake cases. They also got bubbles which they were both delighted with. I hope that our Easter basket has given you some ideas - if you decide to create your own.

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