11 Non-Candy Ideas to Fill that Easter Basket
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Zulily has been one of my favorite places to shop for some time. I love the amazing savings I’m able to get there on popular brands and unique products. Each day, you will new stores and products to choose from and at unbeatable prices. Each day, I check the site to see what deals are live that day! You’ll find the latest fashion for the whole family, toys, gifts and even home decor!
With Easter just around the corner, I’ve been trying to gather up some non-candy, more unique ideas!
Of course, Zulily is coming in clutch! I found the most darling options, at fantastic price points, so I had to share!
Remember, products are always changing on Zulily’s site, so if you spy something that is a must-have, you’ve got to snag it QUICK!
DIY Eraser Set: What kid doesn’t like to create? They can now make their own erasers with this kit!
Metallic Paint Sticks: If you’ve been around awhile, you know this is one of my most favorite art “tools” for younger kids. They’re paint, but in stick form. This really cuts down on the mess! I noticed these because they’re special metallic colors! So fun.
Poke a Dot Learning Cards: Poke A Dot learning books are my favorite for toddlers and preschoolers. I was so excited to see they came out with learning cards too. Your child can poke the “dot” (It’s sort of like a bubble wrap dot), and interact with the learning!
Race car and Monster Truck DIY Kits: This double pack is at a great price point. You can put together and paint your own race car or monster truck. Quiet, creative fun that lasts!
Bath Bomb Bunnies: Possibly the most darling thing I’ve seen all day. Who doesn’t like a good bath bomb? These look like little Easter peeps, and I think they’re just darling! Great for a tween/teen or a friend!
Charm Bracelet: Nothing says Easter like beautiful pastels. Don’t you think the beads look like bubble gum? The rainbow and other charms scream “SPRING!”
Tie dye Hair Ties: Here’s a filler that will actually get used! These are not only pretty, but practical. I like these hair ties because they don’t snag your hair and don’t leave a bump for many people. Great to keep the hair of their faces during Spring sports!
Lego Bunny Set: Is there anything better than a seasonal Lego set? I think not! This bunny is obviously taking the cake this Easter holiday!
Geeky Lego Projects Book: Speaking of Legos, if your kiddo has a lot of “loose” Legos that don’t go to a specific set, this is a great purchase. they can create with these projects! Promise this will keep them busy for a long time!
Kanoodle Cosmic Brain Set: The Kanoodle puzzle has long been a favorite in this house and a long term bestseller with you ladies. This is a newer Cosmic version and it something almost any age of kid (or adult) will love!
Waterproof Playing cards: I’m hoping a lot of us will have warmer weather soon which means beach, pool and lake! Playing cards are something almost all of us have, but these are WATERPROOF for some water side fun!
There you have it! Some darling Easter finds. I sure hope that Easter Bunny is paying attention!
Hoppy shopping! (See what I did there?)