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Easter Round-up: Cool Treats and Toys for Your Bunny’s Basket

04/02/2012 at 10:00 AM ET
Courtesy The Children’s Place

Hippity, hoppity!

There’s less than a week until the Easter Bunny hops into your household with a basket full of goodies (and that never-ending cellophane grass).

And between nibbling on the left out carrots to coming up with creative places to hide colored eggs, we have a hunch that a certain bunny could use some help finding sweet treats, toys, fashion and more for their little ones.

So we’ve rounded our top picks that are sure to be a hit this holiday.

To make sure they’re looking their best (and cutest!) on Sunday, check out The Children’s Place‘s affordable collection of festive pieces.

You’ll find everything from dainty dresses and cropped cardigans for girls to polished oxford shirts and chino pants for boys.

Courtesy Universal Pictures

Give them a break from their sugar high with HOP ($25), an adorable movie about a rabbit who was destined to be the Easter Bunny — but has his heart set on being a rock star!

Courtesy Hawthorne & Wren

Got a choco-holic on your hands? Make their (sweet!) dreams come true with Hawthorne & Wren‘s Old Fashioned Easter Basket ($62).

They’ll enjoy everything from a solid chocolate bunny and ears to brightly wrapped eggs and jelly beans.

Courtesy EOS

Balance out the candy count with Evolution of Smooth‘s chemical-free Smooth Sphere Lip Balm ($3).

Not only are they packaged in bright seasonal colors (and yummy flavors like summer fruit and strawberry sorbet!), but they’re made up of all natural ingredients that will leave your little one’s lips oh-so soft.

Courtesy See’s Candies

Their tiny peepers are sure to grow wide when they discover See’s Candies‘s Novelty Egg ($10.50), which is filled with a delicious blend of chocolate eggs and colorful jelly beans.

Courtesy babyGap

Talk about Sunday best! Your little dude will look oh-so dapper decked out in babyGap‘s Woven Madras Bodysuit ($20) for all those memorable family photos.

Courtesy Frye

Take a break from the traditional Mary Janes and spruce up her mini spring style with Frye‘s Pink Harness Booties ($38). The buttery soft leather boots are comfy (and cute!). Plus, they also come in baby blue and tan.

Courtesy Tiny Tillia

On the hunt for an extra special Easter gift? The little ones will have a ball with Tiny Tillia‘s Plush Bowling Set ($24). It comes with six adorable animal pins (three are rattles!), plus a soft, easy-to-roll ball.

Courtesy eco-kids

Make this year’s Easter hunt egg-ceptional with eco-kids‘s Egg Coloring Kit ($16). Your family will have loads of fun experimenting with the three included dyes (orange, blue, and purple) to create six cool colors.

The best part? All the dyes are made from natural and organic fruit, plant and vegetable extracts.

Courtesy Williams-Sonoma

It’ll be hard for the Easter Bunny to stick to his plate of carrots when he spots the delicious baked goods made with Williams-Sonoma‘s Easter Stamp & Style Cookie Cutters ($15).

From stamped rollers to adorable basket and egg shaped cutters, the cookies will (almost!) look too good to eat.

Courtesy Barnes and Noble

In Duck & Goose: Here Comes the Easter Bunny ($6), two feathery friends learn it’s all about teamwork when they put their beaks together to come up with ways to track down the Easter Bunny.

Courtesy Converse

Ring in spring with Converse‘s cool collection of brightly colored hi-tops ($27). We guarantee the splash of colors will add an instant boost to your little one’s warm-weather wardrobe.

Courtesy Etsy

Looking to get crafty with your eggs this year? Then you’ll love the Silk Dyed Easter Egg Kit ($13), which comes with strips of beautifully designed silk scraps that you can transfer to your eggs.

The best part? The pieces of silk are all reusable, so you do it all again next year.

Courtesy Etsy

Celebrate your child’s first Easter (or second, or third!) with this keepsake-worthy Wooden Easter Bunny Toy ($14).

Handcrafted from sustainably harvested wood, the eco-friendly roller is also made with non-toxic paints and natural wood polishes.

Courtesy KOHL’S

Whether you fill it with chocolate or brightly colored eggs, Blossoms & Blooms‘s Easter Bunny Basket ($10) makes for an adorable centerpiece on the dinner table.

Courtesy Itzy Ritzy

Got somebunny you love? Then shower them with Itzy Ritzy‘s Easter Basket ($50). Even after the delicious candy is long gone, they can still think tasty thoughts with the sweets-inspired reusable snack bags.

But the sweetest deal of all? They’re offering 25 percent off when you enter code: CBB25 at checkout.

– Anya Leon

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Sarah S. on

Those outfits from The Children’s Place are adorable (and so are the kids)!! I miss shopping there with my kids, who’ve outgrown the store as they are now teens.

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Thank you for choosing http://www.itzyritzy.com as part of your round-up!
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