Easter morning doesn’t have to mean a basket full of dentist visits… instead of candy, feed your little artist or crafter’s love of creativity with new supplies and projects! Check out this list of 21 Cheap Easter Basket Ideas for Artsy and Crafty Kids.
While brand new markers (especially Mr. Sketch!) are always fun to get, think outside of the box with Make Your Own Bouncy Balls, or Origami Dragons! All of these ideas are in the $2 – $8 range – so nothing too pricey. (Although prices at the time of this posting may change)
And check out our other post of Easter Baskets for Teens & Tweens (6 Frugal Ideas)
Markers don’t have to be hum-drum… .pick up the holy grail of all marker sets – the Mr. Sketch markers! Or let them decorate cards and notes with these fun stampers. The Paint Pallette will really fill an Easter basket shape nicely!
New gel pens and a challenging activity book are great boredom busters – but the real excitement comes from a design-your-own bouncy ball kit!
My oldest loved origami with a PASSION – and he still has many of the projects that he spent especially long on. Paper airplanes are just the beginning!
Or for the younger folders:
Shrinky Dinks are Perler Beads are SO much fun – here are some inexpensive sets and supplies!
If you have a budding embroiderer, jewelry designer or painter – these might do the trick!
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We’ve been scouring Pinterest for Easter Basket ideas - and there are so many cute and creative ways to fill your child’s basket this year! If you’re looking for basket ideas that will wow the kids come Easter morning, just check out the list below for some fun ways to make their baskets extra-special. Check out our Easter Category for even more Easter Ideas!
My friend Wilmari made these cute Easter Deviled Eggs. As soon as I saw her picture, I asked if I could share with y’all. I thought the idea was so cute, she said that she made them with her 5 year old daughter and they were super easy. If you don’t already know the secret to boiling the perfect hard boiled egg, you can find Jamie’s post here (although she hates deviled eggs). [Read more...]