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Amelia And Harry's Easter Basket


One of my favourite things about Easter apart from consuming a ridiculous amount of chocolate of course, is playing Easter Bunny. Every year I love putting together a basket of goodies for the kids to open on Easter morning. I know they will recieve far too many Easter eggs from relatives but I like to do the Easter basket as a little family tradition. This will be Amelia's fourth Easter and Harrys 2nd and I know I'll continue to do it for many years to come. I decided to do a joint basket this year, as to be honest I couldn't really find a lot for Harry and thought they could share some of the items. I know Harry won't understand it still this year but I didn't want to leave him out. 


So here's what I've put in their basket. I bought most of the items from Amazon and eBay but I'll link everything down below incase you're still stuck for ideas.


I had been looking for a lamb for Harry and came across this one from Jellycat. The tumbler is by Buddy and Bear and the book is also from Jellycat which I thought would be a great addition to his book collection. 


I had been looking for some new Easter book to add to Amelia's collection and came across we're going on an Egg hunt at the beginning of the year so pre ordered it. I also really liked the look of "That's not funny Bunny' so had to buy that too. I found this Maileg Bunny on eBay which I thought Amelia would like as well as the bunny socks. The plate and egg cup are both by Buddy and Bear. We already have a lot of their plates and tumblers so thought these would be a great addition to the kids collection. 


I thought I'd put a few treats in the basket too, Lindt is my favourite chocolate and Amelia is always asking to have some of mine so I thought I'd buy her a pack of the small bunnies when I saw them in Tesco. 


How cute are these bunny tags by Fox and Weave? I came across them on Instagram one day and just had to buy them! I ordered a couple of their items at Christmas so knew the quality would be fantastic. 

Bunny socks 

Take a look at our previous baskets for more inspiration.

Easter Basket Ideas for Babies & Toddlers
Amelia & Harrys basket 2015
Amelia's basket 2014

Will you be doing an Easter basket for your little ones? What have you put in yours?

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16 comments

  1. That basket is just adorable...What a lovely idea x

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  2. I always look forward to seeing your baskets - they're always adorable x

    Erin | beingerin.com

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  3. Aw these are so cute- yiu always think of such gorgeous ideas for your baskets Kerry. Amelia and Harry will love these x

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  4. This basket is so lovely, so many cute Easter items for them both. I adore those bunny name tags xx

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  5. Loving the look of your Easter basket. My daughter is similarly aged to your son and you can see her basket on my blog.

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  6. Those baskets look great :) I haven't had time this year to do Easter baskets but I am hoping to do some next year x

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  7. You have some fab stuff in that basket! We do something similar for Anest because she isn't allowed to eat. I might steal some ideas of here for next year if you don't mind :) xx #shareitsunday (thanks for hosting xx)

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  8. What a lovely idea, I'm going to do this next year when Heidi is a bit older #ShareItSunday

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  9. Gorgeous basket! Sophie's Easter Basket is quite similar :). The maileg bunny is lovely! xx

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  10. What a lovely Easter basket! Youve really found Amelia and Harry some lovely bits that they can both enjoy. We're doing an Easter egg hunt this year so I havent put together a basket as well, but after reading your post I really feel like I want to, it looks so lovely! :-) Emily #ShareItSunday

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  11. This is gorgeous, I love the bunny tags - so cute!!

    Jess xo | The Indigo Hours
    via #ShareItSunday

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  12. I love this idea. So much better than just an easter egg!
    L x
    http://workingmumy.blogspot.com
    #ShareItSunday

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  13. This is such a lovely idea! I wish I had done something similar when my two were younger! I might have to use the idea and modify it a bit for them now they are older!
    I truly believe kids get sick of Easter eggs.

    xxx
    Claire
    http://www.theclairediary.co.uk

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  14. I got my two these grey bunny plates and cups last year they are amazing I really want more ...we are spending Easter in Ireland and can't pack much so I am ashamed I don't have much for their easter baskets yet. I think I can still get away one more year without them really understanding or knowing what's going on. lol I will to hide a little bunny so I have something for them. But because they can't have chocolate its not as fun without the treats. But you so many amazing items in here that would be great rather than big choc eggs. I feel bad now hahaha or feel inspired to run to the store now. lol :) It's never too late right.

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  15. These are adorable! I love the way you take photos too! I've got the girls a bunny each, basket and some
    Chocs x #shareitsunday

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  16. This is adorable, they'll be over the moon with their goodies. I love the little lamb and of course the chocolate (because, who doesn't?!) X

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