My little titan's Easter basket turned out so cute this year, so I decided to share it with you all for some ideas on a boy's Easter basket this season. Easter is right around the corner and I am so excited for Easter Sunday to come so Atlas can open his blue basket! I found this pastel blue basket at Hobby Lobby on sale, and decided to go with a blue, white and yellow theme for his basket this year. Besides seeing my little titan all dressed up for Easter, some of my favorite things during the holiday are pastel colors, Cadbury eggs, and family gatherings after Church. What are some of your favorite things about Easter? Let us know in our comments section at the end of this post. We would love to hear from you!
With the help of my mother in- law I've found some really cute products to help fill my son's basket from Pottery Barn Kids & Target. My mother in-law most recently send Atlas an Easter box filled with all kinds of goodies which included this blue and white gingham hat and bow-tie from Target! I couldn't find the bow-tie on Target's website but I did find one similar from The Children's Place here. It's currently on clearance so don't wait to get it! This hat and bow tie are super cute, and I can promise you that Atlas will definitely be wearing this set on Easter!
My husband and I stumbled across the cutest Easter basket gifts at Pottery Barn Kids this past weekend. We picked out our favorite stuffers including these Peter Rabbit plastic tumblers. When we have a bigger house I hope to get the entire set of Peter Rabbit dishes from Pottery Barn kids. I see this set every year and fall in love. We currently only have a couple cabinets to fill with dishware, so a Peter Rabbit set will have to wait for a couple more years! For now the tumblers will do. They are plastic and therefore perfect for Atlas to drink from during his afternoon snack. I also love that they are subtle enough to be used year round and not just during Easter. I also found a pop up book called 'Peter Rabbit's Easter Egg Hunt' to go with the Peter Rabbit basket theme. I can't wait to read it to Atlas as we are totally in love with pop up books! I unfortunately wasn't able to find it on Pottery Barn Kids website, but I did find it here on Barnes and Noble. I also picked up Atlas his own utensil set for his basket, as the set he is currently using is too big for him. This Peter Rabbit set is darling but you can find other solid or stripped colors at a Pottery Barn store for year round use. I was also unable to find the dino finger printing art set and ouch band-aids online, but if you get a chance to visit a Pottery Barn Kids store hopefully they still have these at the Easter basket gift section.
How cute is that Easter basket! Since Atlas is a boy I decided to go with the yellow grass for his blue Easter basket. I had a hard time choosing the grass, so let me know what you think. Overall, I feel really happy with the turn out and I think now I will just add a little candy. Happy countdown to Easter and I hope you all are planning a day at Church this Easter Sunday followed by an afternoon filled with family and friends.
Until our next adventure,
A Titan's Mother