Nothing fills me with happiness like watching my little ones scouring their baskets on Sunday morning for  Easter goodies.  I love for their baskets to get full to overflowing, but I also like doing it on a budget.

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1)  Candy-filled Easter baskets are definitely a given, but my fashion-forward tweens also love when I give them a few gifts they can add to their wardrobe this Spring.  I love the that the 70's inspired fringe trend is back in and I know my girls will go nuts over these adorable fringe purse by Bongo.  They come in 4 different colors and are super affordable!  The classic brown and the fiery pink are my faves.  These purses will keep them happy long after the candy and eggs are gone. 

   

2)  Another great option if you're got girls is to get them an inexpensive piece of fashion jewelry that they'll love to wear.  My daughters LOVE the Kardashians, so what's more perfect than this beautiful Kardashian Kollection Faux Turquoise Tier Necklace  designed by the girls themselves!

3) If you want to give a gift that's a little more personal, this delicate Diamond Cross Pendant is a great affordable gift that will make Easter that much more special by giving them something they'll remember a little longer. 

4)  If you've got teenage boys, not to worry.  They can be hard to shop for!  If they're anything like mine, they may love video games more than life itself.  (And coincidentally video games are the perfect size for an Easter basket.)  Sears has a fantastic selection of video games across multiple gaming platforms, whether you have a WII, an XBOX or a Playstation.   You'll be sure to find something that will thrill your boys this Easter.  Game on!

   

5)  Got younger sons?  This Gap Up & Go   from  the hit animated movie 'Cars' would be perfect.   I also like the more age appropriate video games for younger kids like this Harry Potter Lego Gamefor PS3.

 

Need more Gift Ideas?!  Check out Sears' Easter Gift Finder to make sure you get that perfect something for Everyone on your list this Easter!

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