What’s In My Girls’ Easter Baskets (Last-Minute Ideas) ~ Frozen Game Giveaway!

Where did Easter go?! It is already this weekend. Luckily, I have been gathering small gifts for my girls’ Easter baskets along the way or I would be scrambling. In case you are scrambling for last-minute ideas, I am gonna give you a peek into my girls baskets for some inspiration. And no candy!

Oh and while my baskets are very girly, you will find boy versions of most of the items too.

Non Candy Girls Easter Basket Ideas

For even more ideas, check out my Easter Basket ideas from last year. 

K (age 6)

Easter Basket Pirate Fairy Disney Minnie Mouse

S (age 2)

Easter Basket Frozen Sofia the First

I am really excited about the Frozen Matching Game because S is at the perfect age to start playing and, well, the girls are both obsessed with Frozen. (Aren’t all little girls right now?!) The box recommends ages 3+, but I have already started playing matching games with her and she loves it. So I know this will be great for her, even if we have to start with just a few of the cards.

Of course, big sister is also going to totally want to play, and that’s ok too.

The cards are really nice, thick cardboard with bright colors featuring all of the Frozen cast — even Marshmallow (the snow monster). Sweet S will be most pleased to see Kristoff and Anna – her favorite characters.

Like most Frozen merchandise these days, even the Frozen Matching game is proving hard to get your hands on. I was able to find it on Amazon, but at a premium. That said, this is a game I would keep your eyes open for. I am a big fan of memory games for kids and for Frozen fans, this is a must for the preschool crowd.

And guess what… I have one to giveaway!!!

Frozen Matching Game Disney

Giveaway

One lucky winner will receive a copy of the Disney Frozen Matching Game.

To enter, please use the Rafflecopter form below. Giveaway ends May 1, 2014.

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Comments

  1. Charlene S. says:

    They had books & candy in their baskets :)

  2. My daughter had crayons, dolls, candy and some snacks

  3. Pam Schad says:

    Detroit Tiger tshirts and a stuffed bunny.

  4. CJ Godfrey says:

    Beach items were in my girl’s Easter baskets.

  5. Toys, books and candy.

  6. Cynthia G says:

    dying to see winner I am so crossing my fingers

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