Easter is right around the corner and whether or not you are able to celebrate with your family this year, it is nonetheless the time of year to eat chocolate, dye eggs, and celebrate the fact that Jesus has risen.
And while you can never get too old for Easter and all that it entails, you might be around teenagers who think they've outgrown the spring holiday.
So, what are some good Easter basket ideas for teens? We're glad you asked, because we have several recommendations and creative treats to send your way. Keep reading!
The Artistic Teen
If the teen you know loves doodling, writing and bullet journaling, there's nothing that they'll appreciate more than a set of custom pencils.
Etsy offers great ones that you can engrave with whatever message you'd like them to keep close to their hearts.
Then add some bright colored and very Eastery soft cover notebooks, so they'll have a surface to express their creativity! We'd throw in some Gelly Roll pens too, because we are children of the nineties.
The Spa-Loving Teen
Let the bath lover and face mask-wearing teen in your life know that you see them by filling their basket with little self-care treats.
We recommend TonyMoly's nod to Easter that is their Egg Pore Care Set, which comes with a self-heating balm, a tightening cooling back, and an egg pore nose pack for the ultimate pore treatment. Plus, can we talk about how cute your Easter egg hunt will be?
If you're feeling like adding a little something extra, how about throwing in a couple of pastel nail polishes? We love Essie's colorful selection.
The Sweet-Toothed Teen
If you're shopping for a teen with a sweet tooth, their Easter basket won't be hard to fill. While you can opt for anything pastel colored at your local pharmacy or drugstore, Hammond's Candies offers their signature lollipops, except shaped like eggs and in tasty flavors like pink lemonade, cotton candy and grape.
We also love L.A. Burdick's gorgeous hand-piped chocolate mice, and we're sure that any teen — no matter whether they're too old for stuffed animals or not — will swoon when they see how cute they are.
Another item we love is Urban Outfitters' mini waffle maker. The fact that it comes in floral prints and pastels make it the perfect gift for Easter, but if we're being honest, we would use it all year long.
The Techy Teen
If the teenager you're spending Easter with is more fond of hanging out in the virtual world than IRL, this is the perfect time to shower them with little techy basket stuffers they'll be able to get good use of.
We are absolutely obsessed with this pink bunny that will help your teen charge their phone without any broken cables or tangled cords.
For photography lovers, we recommend a pocket lens for their phones, which will help any picture they gram look so much more professional.
And of course, we would be absolutely remiss if we didn't tell you about our favorite iPhone case, which comes with bunny ears. While it's a perfect treat for the holiday, we can't imagine any teen who wouldn't want to rock this phone case year round.