The kids will love making Easter Cookies with these fun Easter Cookie Cutters! Decorate them up with all sorts of fun colors and embellishments for a sweet little treat, AND/OR, use them for fun creative arts & crafts projects for Easter decorating! –Sue and Misty from shabbyshopgirls
Adorable cookie cutters give the kids something yummy and create warm family memories.
9) Easter Bunny Plush Animals
Hello, I have a bunny softie sewing pattern that comes with a lop-eared version too. These make a great, memorable and lasting Easter gift for kids. –Lucy from MyFunnyBuddy
Adorable, easy to sew pattern for Easter Bunny Plush Animals.
8) Tote Bags
This delightful little tote can be used for more than just a tote–it can be a reusuable Easter “basket.” Just add colorful “green grass” and lots of Easter eggs! –Evelyn and Lucy from artsyEVE
Soft, lovely tote made with Easter in mind.
What little girl, or boy for that matter, doesn’t want their very own bunny.
Well, with this bunny soft velveteen pillow cover they can have their own cuddly soft snuggly bunny with no clean up required, vet bills, feeding or mess. –Patricia from TheOldBarnDoor
Soft, cuddly bunny without the mess!
If you want to give an Easter basket to a kid or a kid at heart, this floral Easter basket is just the ticket. It will last longer and will welcome Spring without adding calories or sugar. Inspired by old fashioned Easter baskets, faux flowers add a special twist and bring back memories to adults who haven’t been given an Easter basket for a long time. It includes a bunny and a couple of butterflies for a special touch. –Nautico Creations from NauticoCreations
Adorable bunny on a basket!
He’s a cute Schnauzer Easter bunny & he has plenty of colorful Easter eggs in a basket. For the kid who shares a home with a schnauzer or any adorable four legged friend! Inspired by my love of dogs and Easter. –Angie Ketelhut from petartbyangie
Original artwork…the gift that becomes a family heirloom.
A chocolate bunny for people who can’t have (or hate-do they exist?) chocolate! This cute bunny also comes in many other colors (pink, blue, yellow) in my store.
A felt bunny pin ready for adoption with hand embroidered embellishments. A welcome addition to any Easter basket or spring outfit. –Noel from MinkCouture
Adorable chocolate bunny pin…works even if you’re watching those calories!!!
3) Personalized Candy Gifts
Check out our Easter personalized candy bar wrappers.
These make great favors for any Easter event. Great chocolate gifts for handing out at school or sticking in your child’s Easter basket. They can also be used as cards. Why send a regular card when you can send chocolate!
–The Wrapper Press from TheWrapperPress
Add an Easter theme to regular candy bars…adorable!
2) A bunny and an egg
Bunnies are a great addition to any Easter Basket! Or hide them for an Egg Hunt! Put goodies inside a plastic egg and put the plastic egg inside the tummy of the bunny (instead of an ice cube)! Boo-boo bunnies are great fun!
These are great for teenagers, too. I sent my kids on a scavenger hunt for the bunnies, each giving a clue to the next bunny. The final bunny had money inside. What a great surprise!
Have fun with Lots of Colored Easter Bunnies! –Jul from JulsSewCrazy
Adorable egg hidden inside a bunny…what says Easter more than this adorable little gift?
Here’s an Easter idea for a child that will bridge the distance; it folds into an envelop, can be mailed anywhere, and when opened to 180 degrees displays a 3D Green and Yellow Easter basket with two cute bunnies. I think adults would love this also! –Wendy CN from CardNotions
For the kiddos far away, the Easter Bunny uses the USPS!
A final little poem to light up your Easter this year:
Even as the Earth turns into Spring,
Angling its torso towards the sun,
So like birds our hearts begin to sing,
Touched by time as tides by moonlight run,
Ebbing as faith faces the long night,
Returning with the laughter and the light.
-By Dimitri Shostakovich.