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  1. What a great idea! We have done resurrection eggs every year after church. We have a family devotional time and then some treats. It hard to find a balance when our children see the worldly Easter every time you leave the house. Thanks for sharing the printables! Huge help to us computer challenged moms!

  2. I love the printables! If I understand correct, you are including a chocolate cross, chocolate lambs, jelly beans, a roll of Rolos, a candy bar (kid favorite?), and a box of band-aides in your kids’ Resurrection Basket. Did I get that correct? Thank you for sharing.

  3. Could you be any cuter?!?!! So fun! Thank you for sharing! I need to hop over to Pinterest and follow you now.

    1. I can’t get it to download either, I don’t think the link is attached to the picture and it says to click the picture. I don’t have trouble with other downloads.

  4. What age would this be appropriate for? I have a 3 year old granddaughter. She doesn’t read, and I’d rather her not have too much chocolate. I was thinking an Easter book, stickers, craft….. Your thoughts?

    1. This would be appropriate for any age child though you would need to read them to younger children. There is a variety of printables to choose from so you could use what works for you. Books, stickers and crafts sound like great ideas!
      Suzanne@Not Consumed

  5. Thank you for this!! We stopped all secular Easter activities two years ago but I also struggle with how to help my kids get excited for Easter now. This might be the perfect compromise. We also do a “feet washing ritual” on Easter in our house now. Jesus washed the feet of his disciples, so we do it for each other on that day.

  6. I downloaded this file, but the jelly bean prayer is not included. Is there another to find it?

  7. This is amazing! Thank you for sharing your gifts and offering what I could never think up myself.

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