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“Wake up Easter Bunny!”

10 things to put in your kids’ Easter baskets besides candy!

Cappel’s has it – all year ‘round!

About 30 family members gathered in the back room of Cappel’s Costume store in downtown Cincinnati on Saturday evening.  We were celebrating a college graduation.Easter Bunny Rabbit Costume

The store was closed for the day. So, we put a box across the entryway from the back room to the store to give our little ones some boundaries. From there they could see a mannequin modeling one of our Easter Bunny costumes. Little Gabe and Lila kept yelling “Hi, Easter Bunny!” We tried to explain that it was just a costume. Gabe asked, “What is it doing?” Well, Gabe, it’s not doing anything, like when you are sleeping. Naturally, Gabe began yelling, “Wake up Easter Bunny!”

Are you looking for some cute little trinkets to fill Easter baskets this weekend? If you’re like me, you’ve been very busy with other things and Easter came sneaking up on you, all of the sudden. “Here comes Peter Cotton Tail, hopping down the bunny trail” and I don’t have the first thing for our baskets! Thankfully, Cappel’s has bins full of ideas and items that will make any basket look like we spent lots of time picking out just the right things.

  1. Fake money
  2. Fake “winning” Lotto tickets
  3. Plastic bunny rings
  4. Glow bracelets
  5. Fuzzy or plush chicks
  6. Hair accessories
  7. Marbles
  8. Erasers
  9. Easter puzzles
  10. Key chains

Easter Basket Fillers

We found everything from small plastic Bible pencil sharpeners, to Easter Chinese Yo-yos, plastic bunny rings and glow sticks!Easter Basket Fillers

We have the cutest baskets, fillable plastic eggs, rubber eggs, small wooden eggs, and even several sizes of Styrofoam eggs!

Stop in the Cappel’s nearest you and pick up some non-candy Easter basket fillers, today!

Easter Basket Fillers Easter Basket Fillers

 

About Stef Cappel

Ray Cappel began working with his father, William, when he was still a young boy and has nearly 50 years experience in the retail industry. His wife, Stef completed a doctorate in education and after 10 years in higher education, joined him in the family business. Rich earned a BA in Business Administration in 1969 and is General Manager of Cappel's Inc. Diane, Rich's wife is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and is the CFO of Cappel's Inc. In 1990, Ray and Rich bought Cappel's Display from their dads, at which time they officially changed the name to Cappel's Inc. The cousins have successfully adapted to the changing party needs of the community and continue to evolve in retail, wholesale, and internet commerce.