Baby was born on Easter weekend last year.  However, any celebrations passed us by in our newborn, sleep deprived, paranoid state.  Although we are not religious (maybe rather hypocritically) I would like to get involved in lots of Easter events and put together some little treats for Baby to enjoy.  So far we have made chocolate nests and I have shared our Easter tree with you all.  I wanted Baby to have some little keepsakes and things to enjoy, so I put together a little gift basket.

Easter treat basket

As Baby won’t really be eating that much chocolate, I had to pick lots of non food goodies.  The things I selected are mainly soft toys and keepsakes.


Although I forgot to photograph her bunny ears!  Compulsory for an Easter picture.

Rabbit Bubbles £1 Tesco / Bunny ears £1 Poundland / Metal Chick Keepsake £2.95 Haskins Garden Centre / Henrietta Hens Egg Hunt £1.95 Tesco / White bunny Sainsburys £1.50  / Grey bunny £2  Tesco / Bunny with chocolate Tesco £2.95 / Ceramic White Bunny keepsake £1.99 Haskins Garden Centre / Spotty Egg £2.50 Charity shop / Happy Easter plaque £2.95 Haskins Garden Centre


I filled the basket (£1 from Tesco) with Easter coloured shredded paper (also £1 from Tesco) and popped a little bow on the handle (ribbon 3 strips £1 Hobby Craft).  Then I arranged all the goodies in the basket.

Easter basketI hid the little white bunny (who say’s “aww somebody loves you”) inside the egg as a little surprise for her.

So here is Baby’s first Easter basket.  Will you be making your kids an Easter basket this year?




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