Deluxe Easter Baskets Make Easter Morning A Joy.
Is your child looking forward to their Easter basket?
Easter is beginning to rival Christmas when it comes to all the shopping and preparation you have to do to get ready for the holiday. The Easter Bunny and Santa Claus are running neck and neck in the ‘Wish List’ Department.
Making Your Own Easter Basket Takes Time and Expense
If you buy a bag of Jelly Beans and a Chocolate Bunny and some Marshmallow Peeps, and then toss in all the Mellow Cremes and Gummi Bunnies, you’re looking at $30 or $40 worth of candy you have to shop for to put together an Easter Basket. You aren’t finished yet.
You have to leave room in the basket for toys – a big, fuzzy stuffed bunny, some lip gloss or a Barbie doll for your daughter and some puzzles and Matchbox cars for your son.
Add it all up and you’ve spent a ton of money and you’re not done yet. Now you need to buy a basket, some bows, a bunch of sparkly grass and a wrapper. And then you’re going to make a huge mess trying to put everything together!
Find the Perfect Easter Basket for a Child Here
Wouldn’t it be nice if you could buy an Easter Basket that was ready-made, filled with all the candy and toys your kids really like? Something nicer than those clunky pre-made baskets you see at the discount store?
Here they are! Quality Easter baskets that kids will love. No fuss, no muss, it’s all ready for you to surprise your child with on Easter.
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The Story Behind Easter Baskets And The Easter Bunny
Long ago it was traditional to bring baskets filled with early plant seedlings to the fertility goddess Eostre. Keeping Eostre happy in the early Spring meant you’d have a good harvest in the Fall.
Legend has it that Eostre carried a basket of eggs, so through the years, eggs have come to symbolize new life and renewal.
Easter baskets became even more popular due to an old German legend that talked about a white hare who left baskets filled with candy, brightly colored eggs, and pretty little trinkets for children on Easter morning.
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