How to Put a Green Spin on Your Little Bunny's Easter Basket & Holiday
Easter is a hop, skip and a jump away! Put an eco-friendly spin on your little bunny's Easter basket this year by following our guide that swaps out traditional goodies for their green counterparts -- and put "this" not "that" in their basket. If you have a little baby in your bevy this holiday, don't miss our top picks of sweet, handmade gifts that are safe for babies . This adorable Waldorf trio of spring critters will nestle nicely into a basket, or tucked into a toy egg as a hidden surprise. Speaking of eggs, ditch the plastic this year and opt for these compostable Easter eggs that are made from corn, not plastic . Vegans and those who are allergic to eggs needn't skip the decorating fun -- just grab a dozen Eggnots: reusable ceramic eggs that you can dye and enjoy year after year ! On the hunt for non-toxic dyes? Glob's all-natural Easter egg dye kit features a rainbow of colors sans chemicals . Get crafty with our round-up of13 eco-friendly Easter crafts for kids, from washcloth bunnies to papier mache polka dot eggs. Another easy way to green your kiddo's basket is to use one of these 6 eco alternatives to plastic grass filler. And please don't give your child real bunnies, chicks or ducks for Easter -- read this important information which explains 5 reasons you should NOT give animals as Easter gifts .