Currently 35 weeks along in this pregnancy and I have been busy getting everything ready through like Mother's Day, maybe I'll do Father's Day too, so I don't have to plan later. So here are my Easter Baskets for my boys!!!
I've got everything spring related in these baskets - after a long winter with lots of snow and just recently maybe a sign of spring, we shall see - these baskets are soooo cute!!! Frogs in their lily pads in the pond!
Thank you to Family Christian #FCBlogger for having some AWESOME stuff in their store, I was able to get some good deals, especially with taking advantage of the 40% OFF coupon over President's Day!!!
So, I picked up those plush frogs that sing "He's Got the World in His Hands" in a very gospel rock version, which my kids LOVED when we went to the store a couple months ago, if you didn't see the picture I posted, here it is again:
These are like $29.99 in the stores, but I used 40% off coupons on President's Day to get them for like $18!!! Currently, there is a 30% off coupon I've seen floating around. So, I picked up two, one for each of my boys.
This is my older son's basket with the following items from Family Christian: Plush Singing Frog "In His Hands", Veggie Tales Ricochet plush toy (his favorite League of Incredible Vegetables character), Butterfly Sucker with Caterpillar Gummy. The plastic eggs came from Oriental Trading through a co-op and stuffed them with his favorite candies: skittles, starbursts, and krackel.
My younger son's basket with the following items from Family Christian: Plush Singing Frog "In His Hands", Veggie Tales Thingamabob plush with key chain clip, Butterfly Sucker with Caterpillar Gummy. The plastic eggs came from Oriental Trading through a co-op and stuffed them with his favorite chocolates: milk chocolate, dark chocolate and caramel filled.
Each basket cost me around $20 and I already had the blue tissue paper, shredded grass, candies and green buckets on hand. All I need to do now is label their names on their buckets and they will be all set!
What are you doing for your Easter baskets?
My next post will cover our "Egging Neighbors" activity and how we reach our neighbors for Jesus!
Have Fun and Be a Blessing!