40 Ideas for Non-Candy Easter Egg Stuffers. Now that’s sweet.
40 Ideas for Non-Candy Easter Egg Stuffers. Now that’s sweet. Looking for some alternatives to the sugary treats that are used to stuff Easter eggs? Check out these ideas for non-candy, non-edible (definitely not for eating) Easter egg fillers.
GREAT TIP: If you’re early enough, pair up with a few other moms, buy in bulk and distribute amongst the families!
- Coins (maybe fill one or two with special .50 or gold dollar coins!)
- Puzzle pieces
- Glow stick bracelets (you can find these in packages of 5 at the dollar stores)
- Hair clips/barrettes
- Pencil grips
- Temporary tattoos
- Small plastic figurines or parachute men
- Magnetic letters
- Plastic farm animals
- Rubber stamps
- Post-it notes (my kids LOVE these)
- Seashells/seaglass (you can buy these at craft stores if you can’t find any on the beach!)
- Lip balm
- Glow-in the-dark star stickers (these come in a package, also at the dollar stores)
- Sponge capsules (the kind that turn into a dinosaur or fish)
- Fun bandaids
- Colored shoelaces
- Individually wrapped tea bags (this sounds odd, but my kids think tea is very posh and special!)
- Envelope of seeds (flowers, veggies). Klem’s in Spencer has a large selection.
- Promise to get ice cream. See our local Ice Cream Guide.
- Glue sticks
- Rubber bugs/spiders
- Bath beads/bath fizzies
- Necklace beads and string
- Crazy Loom bands
- Sidewalk chalk (you can break these in half if you need to)
- Slap bracelets
- Photo key chains
- Small paint pots
- Craft supplies (pom poms, pipe cleaners, foam stickers). Local Toy Stores have options!
- DIY Coupons (i.e. “Ice Cream with Mom”; “Redbox Movie”, “Donuts with Dad”)
- Love notes from Mom and Dad!
What are your favorite non-candy Easter egg stuffers?
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