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Non Candy Easter Basket Ideas Your Teens will Love

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Looking for Easter Basket Ideas for Teens? Sometimes a bit of candy and a pat on the hand just isn’t enough. If you’d like to give your teenager a memorable and useful Easter Basket this year, check out these non-candy Easter Basket ideas for teenagers that your older kids will love.Girl with Easter Basket Non Candy Easter Basket Ideas for Teenagers

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Non Candy Easter Basket Ideas for Teenagers

When do you stop giving your kids Easter baskets? When I was a kid, I think I quit getting Easter baskets when I was in middle school. It wasn’t a big deal to me at the time, and now I wonder how to handle Easter with my own children, who despite my best efforts, keep getting older! With young children in the house it’s not really possible to end the Easter Basket tradition just yet. It’s also not possible to only give the little kids Easter baskets, is it? With these thoughts swirling in my head, I’ve put together a list of non candy Easter Basket ideas for teenagers. I’d love to hear your thoughts on Easter and teenagers too!

easter basket with colored eggs

    • Gift cards for lunch at their favorite lunch spot
    • Gas card so they can fill up their car
    • Homemade coupons for date night with a parent, one night out past curfew, or chore-free day
    • Cell phone charger
    • New ear buds
    • Headphone splitter so they can share their phone with a friend
    • An new art notebook – these leather bound journals are beautiful!
    • Journal – how about this hilarious Wrek this Journal?
    • Art pencils and other supplies
    • Small piece of jewelry
    • Make-up
    • Dollar coins (my dad gives these to the kids every year for their birthdays and they love it!
    • Nail polish
    • Lip gloss or chap stick
    • Bath bomb
    • Rubik’s Cube
    • Drawstring bag (my kids are always looking for these!)
    • New belt
    • Fun pair of socks (how fun are these mermaid socks or how about a pair of toe socks!)
    • New sunglasses


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About Michelle

Michelle Marine is green living enthusiast and rural Iowa mom of four. An avid traveler, Michelle has lived on three different continents and has driven all four kids across the entire USA (by herself!). She loves sharing farm-to-table recipes, their family travel adventures, and gardening and homesteading tips on her popular lifestyle blog, SimplifyLiveLove.com.

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