Tween girls can be hard-to-please and we have lots of great ideas for filling their Easter baskets this year that they’ll love. My tween loves arts, crafts, games and other fun activities. I like to fill her basket with a few non-candy items for her to enjoy. Here are some ideas for filling an Easter basket for tweens that won’t break the bank.
Easter Basket for Tweens & Teens
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Just like your daughter loved getting an Easter basket as a 9 and 10 year old, they’ll love getting a basket of goodies just for them. Tweens and teens have definitely developed their own personality and interests, and they’re all going to be a little bit different. That’s why I’ve divided this list into categories by interest. Whether you have a bookworm or a beauty guru, I’ve got you covered.
Gifts for the Bookworm
- Book light
- Page holder
- Socks – Do Not Disturb, I’m Reading
- Keychain – If I Can’t Take my Book I’m not Going
- A tote bag for books – always could double as an Easter Basket for filling
Gifts for a Creative Easter Basket Tween or Teen
- Gel pens
- Journal set
- DIY Dream Catcher
- Nail Art Tools – stickers, beads, files, etc.
- I am Confident, Brave and Beautiful coloring book
- Watercolor Brush Pens
- Creative Surprise Explosion Box
- Blinger Glam Styling Tool
- Decal Stickers for Laptop and Water Bottles
Gifts for the Beauty Guru Teen
- Nail Polish Station
- 20 Piece Hair Clips
- Bath Bomb with nail polish surprise inside
- 10 Fun Handbands
- Lip Gloss set
- Matte Scrunchies for Hair
- Temporary Henna Tattoo Kit
- Hair Brush Set
- Mermaid Scales Make up bag – this could double as an Easter Basket for your teen.
Gifts for the Active Teen
- Your Décor Color Your Own Water Bottle
- Bluetooth headphone
- Sports Fitness Tracker Watch
- Fruit Infuser Water Bottle
- Sequin Drawstring Bag – this could double as an Easter basket
- Glitter Unicorn Youth Soccer Socks
Sometimes we need to think a little out of the box for gifts for our tweens and teens. The basics for girls of any age though I think is the same: fun. They might not be playing with Barbies anymore but they still want to have fun even if that’s more with practicing to wear make up instead of Barbies.