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Old 03-20-2010, 03:56 PM
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This year Im giving each gd, a pretty cross,(will wrap it in tissue paper and put in the egg, and also I ordered a few pairs of the "SimplyWhispers" earrings for pierced ears, they are hypo allergenic, and they have cute earrings, also have necklaces, and rings etc here is the link to their site
SimplyWhispers: Allergy-Safe Hypoallergenic Jewelery, Nickel Free for Sensitive Skin
not too sure if they still do it, but for 1st time ordering they also send a free pair of "studs" to try.( my gds arent that little anymore so they love this kind of stuff they are 13 and 15. then there is Caitlyn who is 2 lol, she will be getting an adroable Bear dressed like a Bunny, that sings , and maybe a few marshmallow peeps she loves them and they come sugar free now too!
Not sure if anyone said it, but you can get mini bottles of nail polish that wll fit in the eggs, or little trucks for boys, you can even squeeze a cute pair of sneaker sox into an egg ( I have done that before) also have put in barrettes, and stretchy headbands.
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Old 04-10-2011, 07:44 AM
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If your kiddo's are young enough to still play with fashion dolls how about some clothes or accessories for their dolls.

For older kids or adults:

Coupons or Gift cards for a book of their choice, for gas, movie tickets, sports tickets, video rentals or music downloads, a free dinner cooked by you or a trip to eat out, hobby supplies.

For elderly maybe providing them transportation to a store or some place they want to go to.
These are different. But coupons can have anything on them.
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Old 04-12-2011, 09:31 AM
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Here is a thought...find the mini cans of play dough...take out of can put it in plastic wrap after rolling into a ball to fit in the egg...that might work...little animals in the plastic bags might work...speaking of McDonalds although it would be edible afterwards...those coupons you can buy I think 10 for $5...roll them up and put them in the egg...
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Old 03-23-2012, 10:49 AM
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Well, it's Easter time again. Any more new ideas?

Maybe a gift certificate to take a class of the receipant's favorite hobby?
Or swimming lessons.
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Old 03-31-2012, 05:12 PM
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When my daughter was younger , even up to age 16, I made up little poem hints and put them in the eggs. She had to get them in sequence to get all the clues . At the end was her Easter basket. We would do this outside if it was good weather or inside if it was bad. She loved it.
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Old 04-02-2012, 06:15 PM
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not read all of the threads, but we are working on Easter Eggs for the Church Easter Egg Hunt. TOns and tons of eggs.
we have put in erasers, candy, stickers, stamps, coins that had bible verses on them,
last yr we did up little baskets with bookmarkers, pencils, crossword puzzels, little activity books, along with some things that I've mention above.
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Old 06-17-2012, 07:00 PM
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I put them on the dinner table with carrots, chex mix, cereal, trail mix, raisins, notes, conversation questions. They are a great conversation piece for dinner time.
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Old 06-20-2012, 07:45 PM
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I have tried toys and candy that fits into the egg.
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