Stuffing Easter baskets doesn't have to be a HUGE production. Here is how to make penny pinched Easter baskets by keeping it simple!
We've had a few readers ask about an inexpensive way to put together an Easter basket. Let me say this – it doesn't have to be extravagant – you can keep it super simple.
Several years ago I bought these buckets at Hobby Lobby for a few dollars and added a monogram to them ~ definitely re-using the basket from year to year will help you pinch those pennies.
Target usually has some really FUN items in the Target Dollar Spot this time of year – super fun to pick up just a few unique items to put into a basket.
There are always great weekly deals at CVS and Target around Easter too for stuffing baskets. (If you've recently signed up for the Target RedCard and have your $40 off coupon this would be a great time to take advantage!)
Nothing fancy or all that exciting, but my kids were always are pretty excited to wake up bright and early to a morning full of chocolate and a few fun treats!
If your kids are older and not really into games or trinkets, you can also throw in something like a $5 iTunes or Amazon card.
What other items do you add to your child's Easter basket? Leave a comment to share – I'm always up for new ideas!
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