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April 2, 2012    |    By +
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Easter is around the corner and if you’re still thinking what to fill those Easter baskets with, I’ve got you covered.

I’m a huge fan of personalized baskets I think it puts an extra personal touch on the holiday. Also, kids love that they have their very own with their name on it.

The most important part of an Easter Basket is what’s inside. You can go traditional with peeps, chocolate bunnies and a plush toy or, you can do something a little more exciting. For an upgraded twist on peeps Williams Sonoma’s marshmallow ducklings are gourmet in quality and super cute. Williams-Sonoma also has an Easter candy set that I love which includes jellybeans, fun spring pops from Holland and sour gummy bunnies. If you want a change from the same old boring plush bunny, I’m obsessed with Apple Park’s eco line of plush animals for the little ones. For older kids I love potterybarn’s plush monkey. If you’re not a fan of plush here are my top five non-traditional Easter basket filler picks for girls or boys.

1. Fijit Friends Newbies

2. LEGO Ninjago Fang-Suei spinner set

3. Seedling Good Thing for Girls or Boys Kits

4. Girl’s Accessories such as necklaces, cute flip flops, headbands, scarves and nail polish

5. Boy’s Accessories such as Marvel watch and Moleskine Limited Edition LEGO Red Brick Plain Large Cover Art

Check out more of our Easter gift ideas and looks.

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