Looking for some fun but inexpensive Easter basket fillers? Whether you have a budding fashionista, creative artist or a dino-lover, we’ve rounded up some fun products that are all under $10 from Amazon Prime and will fill out your baskets nicely. Keep scrolling to see our picks!

LEGO Holiday Easter Egg Hunt Building Kit

It's not every day you find a LEGO kit for $10, so that's why you need to snatch up this adorable Easter Egg Hunt building kit ($10). The 145-piece set is easy enough for young builders to master, with three cute scenes and lots of festive pieces like carrots and eggs.

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Peeps in Pajamas

The Peeps bunnies and chicks are taking center stage in their first Golden Book in Peeps in Pajamas ($5). Read this adorable story before bedtime to see how the sweet characters get ready to go to sleep all year long (not just for Easter).

Lindt Chocolate Carrots

Give your little Easter bunnies something to sink their teeth into! This four-pack of Lindt Chocolate Carrots ($6) is made with solid milk chocolate and hazelnut, and the perfect festive addition to your baskets.

Melissa & Doug Temporary Metallic Tattoos

Melissa & Doug's spring take on tattoos ($4) makes them perfect for your Easter baskets! The 70+ designs are easy to apply, coming in metallic colors like pink, silver and gold. They are the perfect sweet surprise for your basket.

Playfoam Pals Fantasy Friends

Start your collection with Playfoam Pals Fantasy Friends ($8 for a pack of 2), non-toxic and non-stick foam that never dries out! Once you find your pal (there are 13 to collect), sculpt your way to new creations with this fun foam.

Marshmallow Peeps Easter Bunnies

What's an Easter basket without a few Peeps? This variety pack of pink, purple and yellow marshmallow bunnies ($8.50) means there's more than enough for everyone to get their fill of the seasonal treat.

Easter Tales from Highlights

Highlights Easter Tales ($6) include 20 Hidden Pictures puzzles and more than 250 stickers! This collection of fun fill-in-the-blank stories features bunnies, Easter baskets, chicks, Easter eggs, Easter bonnets and is the perfect candy alternative to this year's basket.

3D Easter Nail Stickers

Time for a manicure! These adorable 3D Easter Nail Stickers ($6) can be easily rolled up and hidden in a plastic Easter egg in a basket or as a fun egg hunt surprise. Coming in a pack of five sheets, there's plenty for both mom and daughter!

72-Count Pack of Mini Dinosaurs

While there isn't anything that overtly says "Easter" when it comes to this pack of mini dinosaurs ($10), your kids won't mind! The variety set comes with dinos that range in size, up to 2.5 inches and will fit in Easter eggs.

Brach's Jelly Bird Eggs

Available exclusively during the Easter season, Brach's Jelly Bird Eggs ($5.62) make the perfect candy filler! The traditional sweet flavors and shape make it a great option for packing plastic Easter eggs, and sampling a few while you're at it.

Creative Roots Paint Your Own Cactus

Since Spring is around the corner, a fun kit like the Creative Roots Paint Your Own Cactus ($10) is perfect for an Easter basket! If cacti isn't your thing, choose from other kits like unicorns, fairies and fairy houses.

Make Your Own Bubble Pop SLIMYGLOOP

The Make Your Own Bubble Pop SLIMYGOOP ($5) kits contain everything your kids need to make a slimy mixture compound that’s fun to squish and twist. Choose from tons of different kit varieties and fold in goodies like sparkly glitter, sand and gemstones to make your own unique goop.

Sugar Bombs

Decorate your own fizzy with fun and themed Sugar Bombs ($7). Use the fun whipped frosting-like soap to create patterns, shapes and textures that look just like a dessert. Choose from four fun themes!

 

––Karly Wood

All photos courtesy of Amazon/Feature photo: Sarah Pflug via Burst

 

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