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Easter Basket Ideas for Little Girls

Easter baskets are so fun to put together, and I’ve found some of the cutest ideas and inspiration for how to fill your little girls basket for the ultimate surprise Easter Sunday. I’m sharing my simple formula to help you fill her Easter basket with goodies to play with, create with, and also with things she’ll need in the upcoming spring and summer season. Plus, I’ve included tons of photos to inspire you to think outside the box when creating her Easter basket this year, and perhaps not even use a basket at all…you’ll see what I mean.

I can’t wait to hear all about how you fill your little girls Easter Basket this year. Please share your ideas with all of use below this post in the comments. Now, let’s get creative!

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How To Choose The Perfect Easter Basket For Your Little One

Personally, I love Pottery Barn Kids Easter baskets best because they will last for years to come and can be personalized and decorated differently year to year with liners and fillers that they design every year. I like the tradition of using the same basket year to year, but giving it an “upgrade” with a new liner from time to time.

Or, you could opt to use rain boots, an umbrella, or a beach pail for the basket instead to create a new and fun design. One year my mom did this for my niece and filled her little beach pal with sunglasses, swimming suits, and a beach ball. It was such a fun idea. Below, I’m sharing some little girls Easter basket ideas from Pinterest that I know you’ll love. So, keep scrolling. You won’t want to miss them.

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Use This Simple Formula For Filling Your Little Girls Easter Basket with Goodies

We used this simple formula listed below to fill Easter Baskets for the littles in our life. It makes finding fillers easier and simpler, and guarantees that your little girl with get a few surprises that she’ll absolutely love! Plus, use this time to purchase items that you know she’ll enjoy in the season to come. Here’s my simple Easter Basket formula…

Something to Cuddle With

No Easter basket is complete without something fluffy and cuddly to love on, right? This could be a bunny, a ducky, a lamb, or whatever you can find that you know your little girl with absolutely love. I know your house probably gets overrun with a million stuffed animals, but an Easter basket is the perfect time to add a couple more to her collection that are meaningful and keepsakes.

I personally love the handmade dolls by Cuddle & Kind. Plus, for every stuffed doll that is purchased, they donate 10 meals to hungry kids all around the world. So, it’s a win win.

Something To Read

Traditionally, we include a little Bible or devotional book for our littles, but you could include sweet little story books that have anything to do with springtime. We bought both of our nieces this sweet Bible for little girls one year for their baskets which quickly became a keepsake. Also, you have to check out Joanna Gaines’ new children’s book that would make the perfect addition to an Easter basket.

Something She Needs

Next, you’ll want to add something that she needs to her basket. Usually this included new sunglasses, a bathing suit, and perhaps some sunscreen. We usually go with whatever she’ll need in the season to come, especially since they grow out of things, like clothes, so quickly.

Something To Create With

We always include a creativity-inspired gift, or two, or three. Like a new box of crayons, sidewalk chalk, a coloring book, etc. Often times these are the first items they grab from their basket. They love getting creative, especially if we sit down and do the craft/activity with them.

I love shopping for trinkets and basket fillers at Pottery Barn Kids. If that’s too pricey, get ideas at the store and then search for similar items on Etsy or Amazon. I especially love these craft kits they have this year for Easter time, as well as the cute bunny headbands.

Something To Play With

Put a couple of items in her basket that she can play with as well. This could be a puzzle, game, paper dolls, sticker book, etc. Try to find smaller items, if appropriate that will fit in her basket, or you could opt for larger items like I’ll talk about later.

Something To Enjoy Outside

Don’t forget to include something that she can enjoy playing with outside, like a beach ball, bubbles, or a sprinkler. Some of these items overlap a bit, so if you’ve already include sidewalk chalk, for instance, that could cover this category also.

Something To Wear

In nearly every Easter basket we’ve ever made, we always include a new outfit, some sandals/shoes for summer, and sometimes even rain boots/rain coats. You could include her Easter dress in this category if you’d like, or perhaps a sweet something for her to wear after church that’s more cozy and comfortable. Or, you could use this opportunity to buy something cute for her to wear in the coming months. It’s up to you.

I often use the clothing items in the base of the basket so that all the trinkets and other fun things have a soft layer to set on. I use this instead of tons of grass, which makes a huge mess.

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Something To Fill Her Tummy

And, I guess it wouldn’t be an Easter basket without adding some sweet little treats to fill her tummy with happiness, right? You could fill Easter eggs with some of her favorite snacks (like goldfish crackers, fruit snacks) or with some little candies of your choice.

We always like to include a chocolate bunny, cause it’s tradition. We save the Easter egg treats for the hunt we do during our Easter traditions. You decide what you’d like your traditions to be.

Something Big (if budget allows)

If your budget allows, you may want to surprise her with a new bike, trampoline, sand/water table, sand box, etc. to enjoy during the warmer months as well. We love adding these larger item ideas, but they are certainly optional.

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Some Easter Basket Inspiration from Pinterest

Now let’s move onto some Easter Basket inspiration from Pinterest. Here are some beautiful baskets that I love. Just click on the photo credit link to shop for similar items they’ve included in their baskets to help you recreate them for your little girl. Enjoy!

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