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Once upon a time, in a house not far away in Kansas, lived 5 little princesses with their parents. The oldest two are too old to like childish things, the next two already had so many pretty things that they didn’t need any more Princess-y items, but the youngest one, she was always stealing her 2 older sisters’ dolls and Princess gear. So much so, that her mother thought this Easter, she should buy this adorable girl her own Frozen doll and make a cute little basket out of everything Frozen.
First, let us start with the lovely subject. Meet Quinnly. The youngest princess in the Robinson household. She’s sweet as can be and loves being girly!
Her birthday is this month and she loves mimicking everything her 7 and 10 year old sisters do. You wouldn’t believe the things she copies (and steals from them). She’s always running away with their baby dolls and barbies and make up. This year, I decided to give her some of her own things so that she doesn’t feel the need to swipe them.
I found the cutest little Frozen baskets at Walmart.
Then there was lots of great things to put in the basket right there in the Easter section.
I took it home and stuffed it with 3 cute little Frozen items that she’d love.
It looks so cute, waiting for her to dig into it. I love how simple it was to make this basket inviting. Elsa is peering out and the plush basket makes it so you don’t have to do much but put your items in. Plus, when it comes to collecting eggs at the Easter Egg Hunt, you’ll hold plenty of eggs, as there’s lots of space in these baskets compared to some others that I’ve seen out there.
In the basket I put:
- A Cosmetic Set from Frozen (Her sisters are always putting make up on her and she’s always stealing her sister’s lip gloss)
- Magnetic Activity Fun from Frozen – She loves playing with her sisters’ magnets, so this will be perfect for her.
- and an Elsa Doll from Frozen – Like I said earlier… she likes to steal her sisters’ dolls. This will be a nice addition to our Disney Princess doll collection. We already have Anna, but not Elsa.
I can’t wait for Easter to get here, so I can give it to her! Now, on to plan our other Easter baskets.