If you are looking for some creative inspiration for your Easter baskets this year, here are 10 Easter Basket Ideas for Teens and Tweens!
#1: A basket made from candy!
You can find a tutorial on how to make this “edible” Easter basket over on Steals and Deals for Kids!
#2- Easter Bouquet
#3- Nail polish eggs
#4- An Easter pail
A basket doesn't have to be the only way Easter gifts are delivered! Tranae from Becoming Fab put together this sweet Easter pail for girls! (And I couldn't agree with her more- you are NEVER too old for an Easter basket!)
#5- The gift of music
#6- For the child who “has everything”
Most of what teens and tweens would REALLY like to see in their Easter baskets cost an arm and a leg! So if you are stumped for an idea… why not try making some Bunny Money? Tutorial can be found at Crafty Journal! (Find googly eyes here!)
#7- Another cute twist on the homemade Easter basket
I love this idea from What's On My Porch to use a soda bottle box as your Easter basket, remove three of the bottles and add in other items your tween /teen would love!
#8- Pack a cooler!
#9- Spa Basket for Girls
Mom's Life Boat put together this fantastic spa-like beauty gift basket for girls– filled with items that will give your sweetie that spa-at-home experience!
#10- Honor the Home Team
This is a great gift for the sports fan in your family! Especially for the team that they are routing for in the March Madness tourney! (My kids would love this basket for the sports team bucket alone!) A perfect idea from Room to Inspire!
Looking for Some More Great Easter Ideas?
- 10 Awesome Ways to Decorate Easter Eggs
- Decorating for Easter with Plastic Easter Eggs
- Easter Bunny Note Printable
- Printables for Your Easter Basket Hunt
- 10 Ways to Decorate and Get Ready for Spring and Easter
- Great Ideas for Easter
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What's your favorite Easter basket idea for tweens and teens?