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Make the Ultimate Easter Basket for your Teenaged Daughter MyMommaToldMe.comI have a crush on our Wishing Bracelets–they are perfectly packaged and ready to gift–and the perfect centerpiece for your tween/teen daughter’s Easter basket this year!  This was my jumping off point for creating a cute, color-coordinating basket that will make your teen gasp with delight and post pics on Instagram!

What to put in your Teenager's Easter Basket by MyMommaToldMe.comFirst, choose a color or a coordinating theme.  I decided to go with mint because of the wishing bracelet ($19).   Next, fill the basket with things that are useful and cute.  No chocolate, chicks or eggs allowed!  I took a trip to Target, where I found that cute mint-lined soft basket in the dollar section ($3), a cute mint and gold studded headband ($5), Kinky Curly shampoo ($12), Baby Lips medicated lip balm ($3), Essie nail polish ($9), a loofah ($2), and cute mint-patterned washi tape ($3).

Great teen and tween easter basket ideas MyMommaToldMe.comI styled the basket with my favorite Union Square scarf in pastel ikat print!  Honestly this basket is so cute and full of goodies that it would be great to surprise your friend or sister with for Easter too!  Maybe add in a scarf to stuff your basket instead of paper shreds or grass!

If you’re a fellow Stella & Dot stylist, check out this Easter basket image to send to your customers:Bling her Basket Image by MyMommaToldMe.com“Bling her Basket” with fun beauty products and a little bit of bling or a fabulous scarf!

Follow me on Instagram @freshlyblinged where I constantly upload ready-to-use Stella & Dot social media images that are perfect to text out to your customers!  Also, check out my Stella & Dot Trunk Show Ideas Pinterest board here!

Check out my original Spring 2015 Collection images here!

Need a spring refresh for your home office?  Check out this cute floral DIY dry erase board and free GET IT GIRL printable!

Check out these great Stella & Dot trunk show display ideas!

 

xo, Kristen
Kristen Hong of Hello Nutritarian

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