With Easter just around the corner, the creative folks at I See Me!, publishers of personalized books for children, have put together some fantastic ideas to help personalize a child’s Easter celebration to make him/her feel special. Whether an Easter Egg Hunt or simply finding ways to personalize a child’s Easter Basket, busy moms everywhere love to add special touches that are simple and fun to make the Easter or Passover celebration more meaningful for a child.
Here are a few of suggestions:
- Personalize a child’s Easer Basket by making sugar cookies decorated with the child’s name; add the names of your children to pencils, pens or small favorites; and give the child a plush bunny or duckling with a personalized hangtag.
- Include the newest book by I See Me!, Who Loves Me?, and personalize the book with the names of people who love the child in the Easter basket. For Easter, begin the book with God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit loving the child. For Passover, begin the book with God loving the child. There is room to list up to six people who love the child. The book is available at www.iseeme.com.
- Personalize and Easter Egg Hunt using plastic eggs that open and include a loving message or poem to your child which will lead them to the next egg and finally to their Easter basket.
- Tie a ribbon around each child’s door that intertwines around the house. Have the child follow the ribbon to the end where they will find their personalized Easter Basket.
I See Me! Inc. creates high-quality personalized books that celebrate the uniqueness of each child. The company’s goal is to build self-esteem in young children as they read these keepsake books. For more information or to take a virtual tour of the books, including the newest Who Loves Me? book, visit www.ISeeMe.com .