What do artful parents such as you and me like to see in Easter baskets?
Why art supplies, of course!
The creative experiences they inspire will live on long after the chocolate bunny is gone.
Stubby Pencil Studio, one of my longest standing blog sponsors, is where I often shop for fun and artful holiday gifts, whether I’m looking for stocking stuffers, Valentine’s gifts, or Easter gift ideas for kids.
Here’s what I ordered this year for our resident Easter bunny to put in the baskets (Shhh…):
- Sticker books (they’re the perfect size and great quality)
- Do-it-yourself kaleidoscope kits
- The metallic acrylic paints
- Rainbow star crayons
- Monster pencil pouches (with monkey pencils…)
If you want to order some creative supplies for your own kids’ Easter baskets, or just want to buy some eco art supplies this spring, Stubby Pencil Studio is offering 15% off for Artful Parent readers through April 30th with the discount code APSAVE15.
Easter gift ideas for kids from Stubby Pencil Studio
These are each priced under $10 (pictured clockwise from top left):
- Spring Smencil pencils
- Crayon rocks in spring colors
- Bamboo mosaic puzzle
- Flip and draw farm animals
- Wooden classic top
- Animal hands
- Colored pencils
- Organic lollipops
- Cupcake crayons
- Stencils for Easter
- Cute mushroom mini erasers
- Acrylic paints
By the way, if you want an artful Easter basket for your kids or grandkids, but don’t know what to include or don’t have the time to shop, you can select a felt flower basket OR a cute felt bunny basket that she’ll fill for you according to your child’s age and gender.
Artful Easter Giveaway
Stubby Pencil Studio is offering a giveaway case of inspiring Easter gifts, including:
- Crayon Rocks Spring Bag
- Washable Markers
- Spring Smencil Pencil
- Duo Sharpener
- Animal Hand Tattoos
- Mini Blank Book
- Rainbow Pencil
- Organic Lollipops
- Crayons, coloring cards, and more… stored in a Euro style suitcase.
Value = $55+
To enter the giveaway, leave a comment to this blog post by Wednesday, March 26th at 11:59pm EST answering this question: What creative supplies would your children be most excited to see in their Easter basket? Giveaway open to US readers.
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