40 Non Candy Easter Egg Fillers - A Bountiful Love

40 Non Candy Easter Egg Fillers

   One of the things I enjoy about Easter is the Easter Egg-hunt that we do for our girls. While we enjoy attending the Easter egg hunting activities in our community and church, we love to do our very own Easter egg hunt. I remember when Lucy was younger, we prepared an Easter egg hunt for her in the park.  We also did a couple here at home, both of our girls enjoyed it! We filled their eggs with candy treats and non-candy treats. Giving treats may be an issue with parents of kids with allergies. Some parents just prefer to NOT give candies to their kids.

   Truthfully, I really do not mind filling the eggs with candies. Some of it. Moderation.. so to speak. Luckily, there are tons of small things and toys that you can use to fill the eggs up. You can buy it in bulk ( Amazon or oriental trading), you can also pick them up at your local party store! Most of the items below can also be found at Dollar Tree. If you do not have a Dollar Tree store or .99 cents store near you, I have provided links through Amazon. You can sign up for Amazon Prime, a free 30-day trial to get free two-day shipping. If you wish to not continue the subscription, you can cancel it anytime. You can read why I love Amazon Prime subscriptions, HERE.

If you are looking into not filling their Easter Eggs with treats or thinking of what to mix in with the treats, here are 40 things that you can use to fill up those Easter eggs.

Disclaimer:  Some of the items in this list are not suitable for kids 3 yrs old and younger (too small and could pose a choking hazard).

1. stickers
2. stamps
3. small beads for accessory making crafts
4. small playdough
5. loom rubber band

6. washi or fun tapes
7. hair bows
8. hair clips
9. expandable washcloths
10. grow toys

 11. non toxic nail polish

12. small hand sanitizers
13. kid coupons ( ex. 1 hr of tablet time, ice cream date with mom/dad)
14. lip glosses
15. seeds - you can both plant them together.
16. small fun erasers
17. small slinky
18. Toy soldiers
19. light up gem rings

20. small car toys
21. Shopkins
22. socks - fun socks!
23. Band-aids - their favorite characters
24. Barbie doll clothes - you can find these at dollar stores too!
25. Tops that spin
26. Pokemon

27. Sticky hands

28. snap bracelets

29. small construction truck toys

30. puppet fingers

31. wind up toys
32. small bubbles
33. key-chains
34. small cookie cutters - for their playdough
35. small puzzle pieces
36. pom poms
37. legos
38. tsum tsums
39. ugly pets

40. marbles

How about you? What do you usually put in your Easter eggs?  

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  1. Great post!!! My son is not a sweets person and my daughter eats too much candy so this is perfect for my family! Thank you for the ideas!

  2. I've been to every larger venue in the town and this is one of the best. Their menu is small but at least they seem to do what they have on it well. The Seattle venues have a variety of salads and sandwiches, and a fresh daily soup.


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