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FREE Printable Non Candy Easter Egg Fillers for Kids

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Make your own fun treats as Easter egg fillers for kids (or anyone!). Just print out and write your own treats like extra screen time or date with mom. Roll up and fill plastic Easter eggs for baskets or an egg hunt.

Free Printable Easter Egg Fillers Coupons

It's time for one of my favorite tasks of the year – creating Easter baskets! I love to be creative with our Easter baskets. Ideas for kids are pretty easy – candy and toys. This year I wanted to add something a little more meaningful to the kids Easter baskets.

My kids still get plenty of candy in their baskets.  I really wanted to give them other “treats” that aren't necessarily candy or toys.  A mix of candy, toys and treats makes for a fun Easter morning and beyond.

{FREE Printable} Non Candy Easter Egg Fillers for Kids

Easter Egg Printable Notes

You can use These adorable printables to write down fun events or little extras the kids can use after the candy is gone. Get creative and personalize the tags for each kid.

Give your kids extra time watching TV, playing video games or being on the computer. Give each kid a slip for an outing with mom or dad.

For little kids, give them an extra bed time story. Let older kids stay up 30 minutes past bedtime.  Whatever it is that your kids enjoy doing.

Easter Egg Printable

The tags are the perfect size to roll up and tuck inside plastic Eater eggs. Once you have all the tags filled, cut them out.

Easter Egg Saying

Then roll them up and put them in an egg.  Won't they be surprised to find this special treat on Easter morning?!

If you are feeling a little crafty, you can also make these cute bunny soaps.  They happen to fit right in to a plastic Easter egg.  They are super easy to make and are a fun project to do with the kids. You can find out how I made in my How to Make Homemade Soap with Essential Oils post.

Wondering how to make soap? Just follow this easy tutorial for the perfect Easter basket treat!

 

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9 Comments
  • Karine
    March 25, 2016

    Such a great the idea! And it looks even nicer with your cute little printable 🙂 Thanks for sharing, I wrote about it on my blog!

    • Karine
      March 25, 2016

      Here it is 🙂

      • Camille
        March 28, 2016

        VERY cute! I love how they baskets turned out. And I got to practice my very rusty French. 🙂

  • Angela McKinney
    March 29, 2015

    I recently did a post similar to this. I love the printable and the bath bomb idea is great! Thanks for sharing at #HomeMattersParty

  • Diane
    March 29, 2015

    I used to love making Easter baskets for my kids. Such a fun way to celebrate. You have some excellent ideas here!Thanks for linking up at #PureBlogLove Link Party. The party goes live every Thursday night at 8 p.m. EST. and runs through the week end. I\’m hosting at homemadefoodjunkie.com. I\’d love to see more of your great ideas at our party!

  • Jaclyn Kent
    March 23, 2015

    I looove this idea! I have been stocking up on way to avoid candy overload on holidays!

  • Marilyn
    March 23, 2015

    What a great idea….LOVE it!