50+ non-candy Easter egg fillers (this is THE list)

50+ non-candy Easter egg fillers (this is THE list)

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Here's your last minute go-to list for all you moms who (like me) are still trying to figure out what to put in all those eggs for the Easter egg hunt and in the baskets. I know so many of you are in need of non-candy ideas since we all know it's such a sugar-filled day ahead.

I've done all the searching for you and I've come up with 50+ ideas for small Easter egg fillers that will be a fun surprise for your little ones. Most are linked to stores that offer both online sales and curbside pickup, so if you're on the late side ordering, you can still get those last-minute surprises.

*Please consider your child’s age and ability when choosing Easter egg fillers. Choking is a serious risk when it comes to objects this size. Anything that can fit inside of a small plastic Easter egg should be handled with strict adult supervision.'s the list!

  • Stickers
  • Hot Wheels cars
  • Light up rings
  • Alphabet magnets
  • Tiny hair bows
  • Fun Band-Aids
  • Polly Pocket accessories
  • Shopkins
  • Fake bugs
  • Glow sticks
  • Bouncy balls
  • Chapstick/lip gloss
  • Temporary tattoos
  • Money (coins)
  • Mini bubbles
  • Stick-on or clip-on earrings
  • Tiny bottle of nail polish
  • Novelty erasers
  • Finger puppets
  • Wooden peg dolls
  • Legos
  • Bath bomb
  • Silly Bandz
  • Crazy socks
  • Mini washi tapes
  • Confetti
  • Fluffy toy chicks and rabbits
  • Water balloons
  • Sidewalk chalk
  • Just-add-water grow or hatch toys
  • Play-Doh
  • Marbles
  • Seashells
  • Stamps
  • Earbuds
  • Silly Putty
  • Enamel pins
  • Small pack of seeds for spring
  • Small batteries
  • Dental floss
  • Bow tie
  • Glow in the dark shoelaces
  • Rubber stamps
  • Biodegradable glitter
  • Small keychains
  • Mini sewing kit
  • Easter cupcake wrappers
  • Doggie treats or catnip toys
  • Polished rocks
  • Dice
  • Empty...seriously, your 2- and 3-year-olds won't even care
  • Write Bible verses or love notes
  • Coupons: good for one..."Redbox movie"..."date with dad"

Now that's a list! Hopefully you can find a few things that would work for your kids. If you can think of anything to add to this list, I'd love to hear it!

I hope you all have a fun and safe Easter weekend!

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