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Easter is quickly approaching and you may be looking for the perfect items to fill that Easter Basket. It is pretty easy when you have young children, but what about teenagers or college-aged kids? The Easter season is a special time for us as we practice Lent and participate in the activities leading up to Resurrection Sunday. Wouldn't it be special to give your teenager an inspirational gift during this season?
DaySpring has a great selection of inspirational gifts for all ages. I have selected some of my favorites to assemble an Easter basket for a teenager or college aged child.
Start with a Basket and add a layer of tissue paper or shredded paper:For a teenager, I would pick a container that they could re-use for other purposes, like this plastic, rectangle shaped one.
Arrange the Items:Start with the larger items in the back and add the smaller items in front. In addition to my Dayspring gifts, I also added a hand poured candle, Coloring cards, devotional book, and jellybeans (since no Easter basket would be complete without them!)
If you have a boy, check out these gifts from the Love Does Collection:
Love Does Jumbo Mug
Love Does Desk Calendar
Love Does Journal
These gifts will serve as a reminder to live out LOVE on a daily basis. The mug is large enough to use for coffee,tea, or or soup. The perpetual calendar includes daily lessons from Bob Goff that will inspire you to take action and show love to those around you. The journal is perfect for writing down your thoughts and blessings or taking notes on the sermon each week.
If you do not want to go with a basket, pick up a matching gift bag with your Love Does gifts!