Easter Basket Stuffers for Babies

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Easter Basket Stuffers


Since Easter is quickly approaching, I thought I would share some Easter basket stuffer ideas for the littles in your life. I just finished putting together Georgia’s Easter basket and she is getting quite a few things from this list. Although I’ve linked all the items above, I found that some the online prices were expensive! I definitely did not pay these prices while I was putting together Georgia’s Easter basket. If you’d like a few tips and tricks on how to find the best Easter deals then read on below.  

Tips & Tricks for Easter Basket Deals

  1. Plan early and pick up gifts ahead of time. I actually found the Sophie La Girafe Chunky Puzzle Set months ago at Marshall’s and purchased it for $16.99. I knew at the time Georgia would have zero interest in it so I put it away knowing that there would be another occasion when it would be perfect. Keep an open mind when you see different toys, puzzles and books because they might just be a great fit for an upcoming birthday or holiday!
  2. Try not to go overboard on the packaging. Unless you plan on purchasing one beautiful basket that you can reuse year after year, it’s more than likely that whatever Easter basket that you use to wrap up your gifts will be thrown away or donated. You can get beautiful Easter baskets at thrift shops or even from Dollarama which is exactly where I bought Georgia’s Easter Basket, green grass stuffing and ribbon.
  3. Shop Marshall’s, Homesense and Winners. Every item in Georgia’s Easter Basket (except for the little white purse) came from the aforementioned stores. The Tiny Love Wonder Buddies was $14.99, her unbelievably soft Jessica Simpson outfit was $12.99, and (my favourite) the Peter Rabbit Easter Card was only $3.99! If you’re not already frequenting these stores, you should definitely add them to your lineup.   

Georgia and I have been reading the Disney 5-minute Easter Stories since the beginning of March (also a Marshall’s find). I keep the book on our side table, and when we sit in her nursing chair she leans over to touch Minnie Mouse and smile, it’s just heartwarming! I cannot wait to watch her open her Easter basket.