Easter Basket Gift Ideas: Here Comes Peter Cottontail Original TV Classic Now on DVD {Giveaway}

This year we’re already thinking about Easter and all of the fun we’re going to have. Each year I look for unique things to fill my girls Easter baskets with and this year we’re going all classic and simple.

The movie is about Peter Cottontail who is the Easter Bunny, and everyone in April Valley agrees. There’s an evil character named Evil Irontail and Peter must deliver more eggs this year and save Easter for children everywhere! Peter and his friend Seymore race through time to overcome Irontail’s plan. They end up restoring the magic that is Easter Sunday.

This movie is truly an Easter classic and we were so happy that we were sent a copy for our girls Easter basket.

This movie has been completely remastered and would be a great gift idea for any Easter basket or just to add to your holiday movie collection.

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Comments

  1. Becky Coyne says

    I love to put things for the summer in my kid’s easter baskets. It gets them exicted to go outside. I ordered some jump ropes today.

  2. Candie L says

    I love using the reusuable tote bags or ordinary baskets from home (not the cheap plastic ones). Thankyou

  3. Ann Council says

    I put beach items in the baskets such as flip flops, beach towel, beach balls, etc.

  4. Judith (from Israel) says

    Since Easter comes shortly before summer, I’ve made Easter baskets for children filled with beach toys.

  5. Cody says

    I usually give my girlfriend an empty basket and hide cool treats/small gifts around the house for her to find. Sometimes it’s hard to remember where I put everything, haha.
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  6. Amanda says

    I tend to put in things I think they’ll use throughout the whole year- like notebooks/folders, pretty pencils, etc.
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  7. Valerie Furr says

    Well since I have four small grand children each basket is different. One year old gets a Bunny, suckers and yougurt melts, Two year old gets a stuff Bunny, M and M’s, Hershey Bar and chocolate Bunny. Six year old the same but a polly doll added. 10 year old at a lost but mostly candy and some girly things.
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  8. Diane Baum says

    I always put at least one learning activity in the basket-hey it’s better than a toothbrush!

  9. Candice Hull says

    I love to put a mixture of things. Usually some new books, some toys for outside, sometimes even a new little Bible or Bible story book and then hide the candy everywhere