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Do you buy pre-made Easter baskets or create your own?


I find that pre-made Easter baskets have too much candy or items I don't want to deal with, like messy bubbles. I would prefer if my kids got no candy at all. So this year I am making theirs and putting in toys and things I will make, like a little herbal dream pillow. I am doing the same for my nieces. What are your thoughts?

 

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    Stephanie Bradberry (StephanieBCrosby) 4 years ago

    It's great that so many people have the same ideas in mind. I guess I am slow to catch on to doing this for my kids, ages 3 and 4.

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    Stephanie Bradberry (StephanieBCrosby) 4 years ago

    A theme is a great idea. Right now I am so busy with life that I am hoping to just get all the pillows done in time! But I already have all the other gifts.

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    Stephanie Bradberry (StephanieBCrosby) 4 years ago

    I agree that making your own baskets does not always equate to saving money. But I do like the idea of spending money on things I know will be used, eaten, liked, etc.