Have you thought about what you are going to put in Easter baskets for loved ones yet? If all you can think of is candy and gift cards, there are a few other ways to personalize them. Here are a few suggestions for those of you who might be stumped about what to give.
An Easter Craft
With spring comes many opportunities to create unique crafts for younger family members. Browse sites like Pinterest to find craft ideas that are spring related. Maybe you can create a bunny out of something you already have.
This is a great idea for those who have children under the age of five. Putmeinthestory.com offers multiple stories to choose from and allows you to add a child’s name and photo. This book can last for years to come.
With the days getting longer and the temperatures getting warmer, you might be spending more time outdoors. Why not promote eye safety? These will come in handy with summer coming up!
Do you know someone who always buys coffee on their way to work rather than make their own? Consider creating a bundle that features a travel mug along with a bag of coffee for that person to make at home.
If you have children that are still in school, chances are they can always use pens. It’s always better to have a surplus of them.
According to the University of Rochester Medical Center, journaling can help reduce anxiety and stress. This would be a great gift to pair with pens, and if you have children, encourage them to write something every day to improve their grammar and spelling.
Eco-Friendly Water Bottle
With Earth Day coming up, encourage sustainability with your gifts. A water bottle will always come in handy for workouts or other outdoor activities.