But not this year!
I would much rather put together a basket that I personally created. One that is suited to my kids age, and preferably not filled with tons of chocolate and candy.
This year I planned ahead! I picked up new Easter buckets, a little candy, some puzzles, glow sticks, coloring books, and Crayola sent both of my girls a candy-free Easter pack filled with things like Crayola’s Sidewalk Chalk, Blue Colored Bubbles and Chalk Grab ‘n’ Go Games!
According to Hallmark, an estimated 43 million Easter cards are exchanged annually, making Easter the fifth largest card-sending holiday in the U.S. This year, encourage your kids to put their own personal touch on cards for their loved ones using a variety of Crayola products, including My First Crayola, Ultra-Clean Washable Markers and of course crayons.
You can put a little wonder in their Easter basket this year with the Crayola Color Wonder! The bright spring colors write only on Crayola’s magical paper. Plus the Color Wonder Stow & Go is the perfect, compact and mess-free solution for your family’s Easter travel or every day errands. I wish I had these for the 5 hour drive we had to Savannah!
Be sure to visit Crayola.com where you’ll find festive craft ideas to unleash your child’s imagination, including a bunny whiskers mask and a basket full of eggs!
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