Easter is filled with fun family traditions including waking up to a surprise on Sunday morning. While teens may have outgrown stuffed bunnies, they still enjoy getting a basket full of their favorite things. My 14 year old daughter helped me create this guide to Easter Basket Ideas for Teen Girls. We think it will appeal a little bit to every girl who loves trendy accessories, feel good beauty products, and artsy things.
If you are looking for tips to make an Easter basket or basket fillers for baby, toddler, elementary age, tween and teen, check out this blog post for Easter Ideas for Baby though Teen. Then, check out my blogger friends’ Easter basket ideas linked at the bottom of this post.
1.Hair Scrunchies and Accessories
These velvet hair scrunchies from Andi are my favorite. Mostly because they are well made and handmade by a female entrepreneur. We know how important it is to support small business! Plus, I love that they look like little bunny ears. My daughter and I just ordered a bunch of our favorites.
Spring has arrived and the sun is shining. It’s time to get outdoors. Check out these from Forever 21 for under $1o!
3. Crocs + Jibbitz
Teens love crocs because they can easily slip them on and off! My daughter has the white pair! Plus, these shoes can be personalized with charms that plug into the holes called ‘jibbitz.’ Find the selection of charms here.
4. Felt Tip Pens
My teenage daughter is obsessed with color pens. They are great for note taking, journaling and lettering. Specifically, she loves the Paper Mate Flair felt tip pens in all the colors.
5. Fuji Film Instax Camera
Selfies and photo walls in bedrooms are a favorite of my daughter and her friends. It’s a great way to be creative with friends. The Fujifilm Instax Mini has been on my daughter’s wish list for quite some time!! I found the camera bundle with film and case on sale, here.
6. Travel Manicure Set and 7. Nail Polish
Self care, y’all! Self care is not about self indulgence, but taking care of your mind, body and spirit. How about a cute manicure set, like this one under $17, to take care of the nails! Add some nail polish too.
8. Anything from Lush
My daughter and I took a trip to California two summers ago. When visiting Carmel by the Sea, we stumbled upon Lush, a handmade, vegan cosmetic boutique. My daughter was in heaven choosing bath bombs, face masks and lip scrubs. It’s been a favorite ever since. Here’s the Easter collection.
9. Seasonal Candles
My daughter loves to burn candles when doing school work! Smell good scents really do lift the mood. Try this seasonal candle from Bath and Body Works! It smells like tulips, Easter lillies and roses. Plus, the jar is cute.
10. Lip Balm
Flavored lip balm! We love Burt’s Bees in all the flavors, especially pomegranate.
11. Pura Vida Bracelets & Jewelry
My daughter loves this brand of bracelets. Reminiscent of friendship bracelets from the 1980’s, they are fun to collect and wear in stacks. These are hand made by artisans world wide. You can find them online, here.
12. DIY Craft Book
My DIY blogger friend KariAnne at Thistlewood Farms has two daughters that are as crafty as she is. They wrote a book called 52 DIY Crafts for Girls! My daughter loves the projects, especially since we have more time at home.
My daughter found this website that has the cutest stickers. Teens love to personalize their water bottles, laptops, and phone cases with stickers… The site is called Red Bubble.
14. Mario Badescu Skin Care
My daughter and I both love this brand of skincare. It is called Mario Badescu and it’s available at Ulta. This is a great kit to give it a try. Plus, it comes with a cute makeup bag.
15. Favorite Candy
I do like to indulge my kids on the holidays with their favorite candy. My kids loves Sour Patch Kids, Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups and Jelly Belly beans. My daughter loves the Krispy Kreme flavors of Jelly Belly!
Be sure to check out my friends’ blogs for more Easter Basket Ideas…
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CarolMarch 27, 2020 at 8:24 am
Amy, my girls are long past their teens and my grandgirls aren’t there yet, but I love all the ideas. Nice to hopping with you.
Rachel HarperMarch 27, 2020 at 9:04 am
These are such cute ideas! It’s been a long time since I made a basket for a teenage girl but it was always the best. Enjoy these times. Love your blog and so happy to participate with you in the hop.
Michele @vintagehomedesignsMarch 27, 2020 at 10:01 am
I love these ideas!! I have teen nieces and this gave me some great ideas. I already have the book that KariAnnes (@thistlewood) daughters wrote and can use that in their basket too. Thanks for sharing!
Chas GreenerMarch 27, 2020 at 10:26 am
What fun and creative ideas! Thanks for sharing and thanks for the fun blog hop together!
Dawn MayoMarch 27, 2020 at 11:04 am
Amy this basket gave me a sweet tooth! So many great and useful things for teen girls to “get into.” My girls would love this.
KristinMarch 28, 2020 at 11:49 am
These are such great ideas Amy!! Love it, I have so many new ideas! Fun to hop with you!
stacy lingMarch 30, 2020 at 12:50 pm
What great ideas! Love it! Enjoy your day Amy!