This year we will all be having a quarantined Easter and it will be a bit different than normal.
The churches are closed along with stores and restaurants. We may not visit with our families, but thankfully, Easter is not canceled.
He is risen!
And nothing could take that away!
Elliot’s Easter Basket
Even though Easter isn’t really about the baskets & eggs hunts, they are still fun!
I’m super happy with how Elliot’s Easter basket turned out this year. Despite the fact that I couldn’t get out to buy anything due to the Stay at Home order, I think he’ll be excited to dig through it on Sunday morning.
Elliot’s Easter basket is full of goodies that I either…⠀⠀⠀⠀
- Bought on sale last year in the Target dollar section.
- Ordered online.⠀
- Found around the house. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Inside the basket…
- Bunny ears and felt carrots from last year’s Easter basket.
- A Chick crayon & paper pad and Easter Bunny lawn decorations from the Target $ section. (Thank you Target!)
- Eco Play Dough from The Tot
- Tubby Todd Large Hair & Body Wash ( it lasts him a full year!)
- Tubby Todd Bubble Bath (natural & organic ingredients)
- Annie’s Organic Bunny Fruit Snacks
Quarantined Easter Egg Hunt
Since this year we won’t be celebrating Easter with our families, Brant and I decided to do an Easter egg hunt at home. Boy, am I glad I bought those Easter eggs and the adorable Elmo Easter basket at Goodwill a few weeks before the Stay at Home order.
I didn’t have any Easter candy to put in the eggs, but Brant had the brilliant idea to use M&Ms leftover from when I made Monster Cookies. All it took was one M&M per egg to keep Elliot interested in the hunt. He Loved it and didn’t get candy overload. That’s a win-win in my book!
I got these cute little Easter Egg Hunt signs at Target last year! So cute!
Paisley is helping!
Want a great Easter craft?! Check out how to color Easter eggs with silk neck ties HERE.