Easter is just around the corner, and our basket is brimming with eco-friendly goodies and green tips to make your celebration super sustainable and eggs-tra fun! What would Easter be without eggs? Learn how to dye your Easter eggs naturally with your kids with our easy tutorial. And we take the guesswork out of egg safety issues with our informative post: Can your baby have Easter eggs? And other egg safety tips. Looking for a vegan and vibrant alternative to eggs? Opt for Apple n Amos’ gorgeous non-toxic wooden easter eggs. You can also really green your egg hunts by hiding treasures in eggs that are made out of compostable corn instead of plastic.

On to the candy! Sweet Earth’s organic, Fair Trade chocolates boast a festive selection of Easter themed treats to help you put together a delicious and ethical basket of goodies for your little chickadees. Yummy Earth’s sour jelly beans are sweetened with fruit juice and free and clear of most food allergy ingredients. Peeps be gone! Check out this fantastic upgrade on the classic Easter candy: Have it Sweet’s spring marshmallow birds.

If you’d rather fill your babe’s basket with toys instead of sugar, peruse our top handmade Etsy picks of 6 adorable, eco-friendly handmade Easter gifts little ones will love. Imagination Kids has super sweet offerings as well: a fabric Easter basket filled with wooden Waldorf toys, and a wooden play food carrot and bunny set. Teething babies will love sinking their teeth into this cute personalized Easter egg teether, and tots can get crackin’ on their counting skills with this colorful Chick-A-Dee natural counting and learning toy. If you have an older child who is into sewing, or you’re so inclined to make your baby a unique gift with your own two hands, gear up with a hand-stitching project kit from Threadfollower, and create a precious little keepsake bunny. Amidst all of the festivities, don’t forget to relax and enjoy the holiday. Perhaps these lavender rabbits will be the perfect reminder to unwind. Have a Happy Easter!