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I have some wonderful news – there are so many options for your child and teen’s Easter baskets that nurture faith and are totally trendy!
Here are some suggestions for your child/tween and teen’s Easter Baskets!
Men and Boys
For Babies and Toddlers
We have one ChewsLife Rosary and my twin toddlers both want to hold it when our family is praying the Rosary together. The company has so many different colors to choose from – blue, green, rainbow – these will look so great in an Easter Basket! I think we are going to have to get another! I also highly recommend the necklace for Mama’s (great addition to a baby shower gift!) I went through a couple Miraculous Medal necklaces with the past 2 years – babies LOVE to pull on and chew necklaces.
ChewsLife even sells Toddler bracelets! I am so excited to put one in my daughter’s Easter basket and purchase one for my friend’s daughter too!
I am loving the Saint Gianna doll – saint and physician 🙂 . Saint Gianna’s feast day is April 28th and Easter is April 21st this year – perfect!
I am so excited to color these Easter Egg pages with my daughter!
Toddler, Pre-school and Young Catholics
A few years ago I learned that wearing a Miraculous Medal around your neck opens our hearts to special graces. I truly believe this and wear my Miraculous Medal every day. Here is an adorable necklace for little girls from SaongJai
Pio Prints makes Tee-Shirts in youth and adult sizes.
Pio Prints was inspired to make apparel to empower people with strong sayings from heroic Saints. “Start being brave about everything.” St. Catherine of Siena.
For Teens and Tweens
Anything from Pink Salt Riot!
The Joy Box is a great idea for a bunch of ideas to place inside an Easter Basket. I also love all the create your own options. You can create keychains, earrings and necklaces!
Be who God meant you to be, and you will set the world on fire!” Those words are at the heart of Be Yourself! A Journal for Catholic Girls, which is designed to help girls explore their identity and purpose in life in light of the wisdom of the Catholic Church, including half a dozen female saints.Packed with gorgeous, full-color line art, quizzes, journaling questions, and inspirational quotes from the Catechism and Scripture, the Be Yourself! journal leads girls to discover that they are beautifully and wonderfully made…and that they have a unique, God-given mission and purpose in the world. Recommended for ages 9 and up.
The latest review of the Be Yourself Journal, found on PrayerWineChocolate’s website is from Doug and Grace Johnson. (Grace is the 12 year old daughter of Doug and Abby Johnson):
Part of the 5 Star Review states:
Grace would even tell you that it’s easy to get caught up in this journal. She’ll plan on spending 5 minutes working in it and before she knows it, an hour has passed by. She enjoys reflecting parts she has already read or worked on as well as exploring new parts of the book. Again, just a great tool for catechizing and connecting young girls to their faith.
I am also loving the Frassati socks for girls – I think it’s the pastel colors that just say Easter and Spring to me!
And this gift could be for any age woman – love the color and the quote! A Pray, Hope and Don’t Worry Tee!
Create a Mary Garden Easter Basket!
Relics by Rose has created an entire line of real flower jewelry based upon the history of Mary Gardens!
I absolutely love this idea for an Easter Basket – especially for those who enjoy gardening. Add to a beautiful necklace by Rose, real flowers, a Mary Garden Seed packet, a Mary Garden book and coloring book and maybe even a Mary Garden Statue!
Create a Prayer Journaling Basket!
There are a growing number of “Catholic Stickers” being produced (which makes me so happy – I had a sticker book growing up)!
Some of the places you can purchase Catholic Stickers are: