Send Cookie Baskets As Easter Gifts For Kids

Easter is just around the corner and it’s a great day to shower your children with love. Are you wondering what to get for your child? It does not need to be difficult. Instead of traditional gift baskets full of chocolates and jelly beans, you can get special themed gift baskets that can be interesting and fun as Easter Gifts for Kids.

Why not order some freshly baked and preservatives free gourmet cookies? They are arranged beautifully and tastefully to suit the recipient.The cookies come in assorted flavors like Chocolate Chunk, Peanut Butter Macadamia with White Chip, Oatmeal Raisin, Cherry and Double Chocolate Chunk. If you are looking for a cookie bouquet for your boy, why not get a gourmet cookie bouquet in a pick-up truck, monster truck or motorcycle? They are made of ceramics and become a keepsake item.You can even get a sports themed cookie baskets for a sport enthusiast. The cookies are shaped like balls, bats, jerseys and other sports equipments.

If your little girl love flowers, gourmet cookies arranged in a flower pot would make an ideal gift. It can be personalized with greetings and your little girls’ first name.Some of the cookie bouquets are arranged in a Easter Bunny planters, personalized tins and white boxes.Dora The Explorer Themed Gift Basket is a big hit among the little girls. M & M candy Cookies along with assorted brownies and Pecan Meltaways filled in a Dora The Explorer Bucket will create a smile on your childs’ face.

The cookies are wrapped and packaged with delicate care to ensure freshness and comes with complimentary greeting message. These Easter Gifts for Kids can be easily ordered online. Going store to store shopping may be time consuming so ordering online will be more affordable. The online store opens 24/7. So simply place an order and the gift baskets will be delivered to you. Just imagine your kids excitement when he receives a surprise gift!

How to Get a Girl to Notice You – The 5 Senses Behind How to Get a Girl to Notice You

When you think about it, people have 5 senses that they utilize when they are evaluating a situation:  Sight, Smell, Taste, Feel, Listen.  If you take care of all of these senses in the right manner, then you will truly understand what it takes to get a girl to notice you.

How to Get a Girl to Notice You:  Sight  

You always want to look your best whenever you are in front of other girls.  This will show them that you value yourself and care about how other people perceive you.  If you’re in good physical shape, then women will recognize you as being a healthy, strong individual.  If you wear clothes with stains and you don’t shave for a week, then the girl will recognize that you are a slob who can’t take care of himself.

How to Get a Girl to Notice You:  Smell

You always want to smell good when you are around women.  Remember how the house would smell when your mom would bake chocolate chip cookies?  All I can remember is just waiting for those suckers to get out of the oven so I could devour them by the handful.  Smell is a very powerful tool.  If you have the right aroma, girls will want to stay in your presence for a long time.

How to Get a Girl to Notice You:  Taste

Use mouthwash, tic tacs, altoids, etc. in order to keep that breath of yours fresh.  Remember the cookie example?  Well smelling those cookies baking made me want to eat them that much more.  Girls will notice your breath whether it’s good or bad.  The last thing a girl wants to do is to make out with guy who has morning breath.  Don’t let your breath prevent you from kissing a girl.

How to Get a Girl to Notice You:  Feel

Another important factor in getting a girl to notice you is how she feels when she’s around you.  If she feels really comfortable and at ease, then she is going to want to stay in this same environment.  Try to be relaxed and calm.  It produces easy going vibes that will rub off on the girls who are around you.

How to Get a Girl to Notice You:  Listen

The way you converse (or don’t) is key to getting a girl to notice you.  If you really loud and obnoxious, girls will very turned off.  At the same time, if you never open your mouth and say anything, then girls will you think you have no personality.   It’s important to use your sense of humor and natural charm.  Also, be sure to listen actively when conversing with girls.  Girls always like to know that you are paying attention to what they have to say.  It shows that you care and that you are interested as well. 

If you really think about the senses we use when we are analyzing people and situations, it becomes easier to understand how to get a girl to notice you.

Shrek Gingerbread Man Cookies and Crafts



Light brown craft foam or craft wood in shape of gingerbread man

Acrylic paints – light brown, white, red, light blue and purple

Ribbon or Stick-on magnets


Using this Gingy picture as a guide, cut out brown craft foam in the shape of a gingerbread man. If you prefer, use craft wood in the shape of a gingerbread man and paint it light brown.

Using white paint, detail eyes, cuffs, and belt. Add blue eyebrows, red mouth, and purple buttons. (Of course you can use your own colors, but it won’t look exactly like our Gingy!) -Glue a ribbon to the top to make an ornament or a magnetic strip to make a magnet.

Gingerbread Man: Fire up the ovens, Muffin Man! We’ve got a big order to fill! [lightning flashes] IT’S ALIIIIVE!



1 cup shortening

1 cup sugar

1/2 tsp. salt

1 tbsp. ground cloves

2 tbsp. vinegar

5 cups all-purpose flour, sifted

1 1/2 tsp. baking soda

1 tbsp. ginger

1 tsp. cinnamon

1 cup molasses

1 egg

Thoroughly cream shortening, sugar, and salt. Stir in eggs, molasses, and vinegar. Beat well. Sift dry ingredients, stir into molasses mixture. Chill 3 hours.

On lightly floured surface, roll out to 1/8 inch thick. Use gingerbread boy and girl cookie cutters. Place on greased cookie sheet. Bake at 375 degrees for approximately 5 minutes. Decorate, using the Gingy picture as a guide. Makes 5 to 6 dozen, depending on size of cookie cutter.

Shrek: Do you still know the muffin man?

Gingerbread Man: He’s down on Drury Lane. Why?

Shrek: Because we’re gonna need flour. Lots and lots of flour.



5 1/2 Cups Flour

2 Cups Salt

8 teaspoons Cream of Tartar

3 1/2 Cup Oil

1 1/2 ounces Pumpkin Pie Spice

Orange Food Coloring (2 parts yellow, 1 part red)

4 Cups Water

Mix all of the ingredients together. Cook and stir over medium heat until lumps disappear. Knead dough on a floured surface until smooth. Makes plenty for a group.

Gingerbread Man: Well, folks, it looks like we’re up chocolate creek without a popsicle stick!



2 c. baking soda (1 lb.)

1 c. cornstarch

1 1/4 c. cold water

liquid food coloring of choice

Acrylic or poster paints

Varnish, shellac or clear nail polish (opt.)

Stir together baking soda and cornstarch in a saucepan. Add water and cook over medium heat, stirring constantly. When mixture is consistency of moist mashed potatoes, turn into a bowl and cover with a damp cloth. Let cool.

When Play Clay has cooled, it will have consistency of modeling clay. Use to form your Gingerbread Man. Unused Play Clay may be stored in a tightly sealed plastic bag in the refrigerator. Return to room temperature before using again.

Relatively flat items (1/8″ thick) should dry overnight. Thicker objects take longer to dry. To shorten drying time, place clay objects in 350 degree oven for 15 minutes. Watch closely so items do not crack.

Color may be added to clay in several ways. Add liquid food coloring to clay as it is being made or paint finished objects, after they’ve hardened and dried, with acrylic or poster paints.

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