Creating the most Sp-EGG-tacular Easter Baskets!
There are many ways to approach Easter basket assembly. You can go big and bright, simple and sweet, pretty and petite; the options are endless. As for me, I like to mix practicality with whimsy. I typically start with items that I know my girls will need in the coming months: swim wear, goggles, flippers, beach towels, flip-flips, all things summer.
Then comes the fun! A few little knickknacks and goofy gadgets to add some bright spots to our baskets. The final, and perhaps the most important, part of the Easter basket is the candy. In my opinion, the Reese’s Eggs are the perfect chocolate to peanut butter ratio. I’m not a huge fan of Peeps, however the Peep accessories are beyond adorable! We actually have quite a few items in store like Peep place mats, table accents, and greeting cards!
For finishing touches I don’t like to wrap baskets in cellophane or use excessive grass or confetti. That’s just wasteful and a pain to clean up. Instead I use bright ribbons and bows that can easily be recycled for other gifts and projects throughout the season. In the end remember, Easter is holiday for color and fun!
Wishing you the hoppiest of Easters, Houston!