Easter Holidays

Shop Easter Essentials at Dollar Tree

Easter is just a few days away but there’s still time to spruce up those Easter baskets!

Whether you’re putting together simple goody bags for a classroom or an ultimate Easter basket for your child, you can get everything you need at Dollar Tree. Yes, Dollar Tree!

Shop small basket-stuffers like Easter pencils ($1/12ct.), bunny erasers ($1/8ct.) and bubble sticks ($1/4ct.). Or go bigger with glittery Easter bunny glasses, 13-piece foam craft kits and 5-piece painting kits, all $1 each.

Dollar Tree also has classic Easter treats like Peeps marshmallow bunnies ($1/8ct.), solid chocolate bunnies ($1/each), and caramel easter eggs ($1/5oz.).

Choose from a large assortment of baskets to assemble your gifts in, from woven bamboo baskets to simple plastic buckets ($1/each).

You can also buy bulk packs of Easter-themed cellophane gift bags to put your goodies in ($1/25ct.) and festive decorative mesh ribbon to wrap them with ($1/5yd.).

If you’re looking to add festive touches around your home or office, pick up a cute wooden wall sign ($1/each), burlap vintage-look wall decor ($1/each) or glittery foam Easter egg floral picks ($1/10ct.).

To get your whole neighborhood in the festive spirit, add some cute lattice yard stakes in the shapes of bunnies, eggs and baby chicks to your front lawn ($1/each)!

And of course, host the ultimate Easter egg hunt with a wide range of plastic egg shapes, colors and designs.

Check out the Easter Ad to see all that Dollar Tree has to offer.

Save on Holidays at Dollar Tree

Whether it’s for your home, the classroom, or your business, Dollar Tree is worth checking out for just about any holiday. They always have a huge selection catered to each holiday a few weeks in advance, and you’d be surprised at some of the things they stock!

I used to go to Target or Walmart for these types of things, but then I realized I wound up spending way too much on decorations and tchotchkes.

Most of the time, these things don’t get used more than once, so I like to spend as little as possible while still being festive. (Although you could always save them from year to year if you have the storage space available!)

Check out the Weekly Ad to get an idea of all the great items you might find at your local Dollar Tree, then find a store near you to shop. Keep in mind that selection may vary by store, but you may be able to order what you see online and have it delivered to your local store for free.

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