Last week I started thinking I need to “get on it” in regard to making Easter baskets for my boys. They are still pretty young and can’t really understand the concept of Easter or the bunny, egg hunt, etc…, BUT I need to get in the habit of planning and putting together things like Easter baskets, in advance, or else I’m subjected to what’s left when I make a last minute dash to the store! So, I started thinking about what to put in their “homemade” baskets and it can be a little more challenging when you’re assembling these for infants and toddlers because the typical Easter “fillers” of assorted candy, chocolates and peeps aren’t exactly something I want to give to my babes. Ok, so all that said, I teamed up with GILT to show you some 3 of my favorite picks for baby’s Easter basket!
Bird Push Toy by manny and simon exclusively for Gilt. I love this cute, friendly little eco-friendly bird that any tot would enjoy! Push toys are big for new walkers or “trying to be walkers,” the 100% recycled wood construction is durable and the soft color (made with non-toxic and ultra low odor paint) makes it a perfect addition to any Easter-themed basket. GILT: $32
Fluffy Buffy Bunny by Maileg. And what basket would be completely without a loveable plush toy?? This soft rabbit is adorable with its floppy ears and body. Any child would love to put their arms around this one and give the (Easter) bunny a BIG hug. GILT: $38
So there you have it a few of my favorite Easter basket musts for the infant/toddler set – girl or boy, available on Gilt! To purchase any of these to add to your Easter basket, use this link http://www.gilt.com/53weeks especially created for 53 Weeks to purchase the products…OR…GUESS WHAT?? You can win them right here on 53 Weeks, because I am giving all 3 items away to ONE lucky winner!
The “53 Weeks Easter Gilt Giveaway” runs April 1, 2014 until Tuesday, April 8, 2014, and that’s when the winner will be selected! It’s free to enter, just fill out the official entry form below, then LIKE AND leave a comment on this post sharing what some of your plans are for Easter or a DIY basket! Good Luck!