Easter is almost here, and in addition to its many other meanings it is a fun holiday to give treats to the little ones in your life! I am always a fan of including a little extra homemade touch whenever possible, and love the idea of tucking some treats into a DIY holder. With simplicity in mind all of these options are super quick, easy and can be used with a variety of Easter goodies (and almost all of them include free templates!).
I plan to include a few jelly beans, some Annie’s cheddar bunnies and of course a few Delysia products into my daughter’s basket. You can’t go wrong with the s’more and peanut butter bark and the childhood truffle collection is perfect for any age group! I like that the muslin bunny bag and the glass jar (the bottom right image) can be used beyond the holiday as well. The bag would be perfect for collecting treasures outside and the jar would look just as cute filled with cotton balls in the bathroom or crayons for the kiddos.
As far as non-edibles go I also made some personalized magnets, found an adorable cup from Target that’s perfect for morning smoothies, and plan to include our traditional jellycat bunny stuffed animal as well. Are you planning on including any homemade gifts in your children’s Easter baskets this year? We would love to hear your ideas!
Source: Muslin Rabbit Bag via Mer Mag // Bunny Paper Bags (this particular blog isn’t in English but the instructions and template are still really easy to understand and use) // Felt Bunny Candy Pouch also via Mer Mag // Bunny Jar via Tiny Prints