How to choose non‐candy fillings for plastic easter eggs

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How to choose non‐candy fillings for plastic easter eggs

Easter Egg hunts are the highlight of our yearly weekend festivities, but it’s what’s inside the eggs that make the hunt even more fun and egg-cellent!

A former boss of mine also liked Easter egg hunts so much that each year she’d send everyone out of the office for coffee while she hid dozens of plastic eggs in nooks and crannies that had twenty, thirty and forty-year old adults frantically running around like little children.

Her secret? The plastic eggs were filled with special goodies like a day off work, lunch on her, $1 coins or even money. It was her annual work egg hunt that gave me the idea to stuff our easter eggs with non-candy and fun items too, and every Easter I have just as much fun stuffing them as the kids do trying to find them!

Who needs all that extra sugar anyways, and if you have children who have food allergies or dietary restrictions, this makes the festivities inclusive for everyone.

1 – 88 are fun craft, activity, wearable and small toy ideas and 89 – 100 are easy food fillers to fit inside Easter eggs. No candy included and perfect for your Easter egg hunt or Easter basket!

Here are ideas for stuffing your plastic eggs with fun fillers that aren’t candy or sugar.

  1. Coins (real money)
  2. Hair ties
  3. Marbles
  4. Puffy Stickers
  5. Temporary tattoos
  6. Rubber wrist bracelets
  7. Matchbox cars
  8. Scrunchies
  9. Inflatable beach ball
  10. Homemade coupons (dinner date with Mom or Dad, choice of movie for movie night, etc.)
  11. Rainbow shoe laces
  12. Chapstick
  13. Whistle
  14. Animal Erasers
  15. Girl’s hair bows
  16. Fun kid’s socks
  17. Kid’s Earbuds
  18. Non-toxic nail polish
  19. Coin purse
  20. Mini play dough
  21. Bandana
  22. Mermaid slap bracelet
  23. Backpack keychains
  24. Earrings
  25. Jelly bracelets
  26. Toy bugs
  27. Farm animals
  28. Bandaids
  29. Pencil Top Erasers
  30. Silly Bandz
  31. Finger puppets
  32. Play foam
  33. Stress ball
  34. Army men
  35. Punch balloon
  36. Stick on earrings
  37. Superhero slap bracelet
  38. Elastic shoelaces
  39. Inflatable emoji ball
  40. Light up ring
  41. Elastic Headband
  42. Mini flashlight
  43. Washi tape
  44. Parachute men
  45. Friendship bracelet
  46. Bath bombs for kids
  47. Water squirt toy
  48. Mini stamp
  49. Beaded necklace
  50. Squishes
  51. Glow in the dark stars
  52. Wooden shaker (can double as the egg!)
  53. Sticky hands
  54. Mini lego set
  55. Balloons
  56. Lego people
  57. Hand written note
  58. Water balloons
  59. Galaxy slime
  60. Light up finger laser
  61. Insect finger puppet
  62. Pull back cars or trucks
  63. Mesh stress ball
  64. Friendship zipper bracelets
  65. Light up necklace
  66. Grow a animal / sea animal / zoo animal sponge capsules
  67. Mini swirl top
  68. Beaded bracelet
  69. Rubber ducky
  70. Wind up baby chicks
  71. Puzzle balls
  72. Mini Rubix cube
  73. Fidget snake cube
  74. Lip gloss
  75. Mermaid style headband
  76. Mini chalk
  77. Dinosaur fossils
  78. Mini fidget spinner
  79. Bendable animals
  80. Beads and string to make their own necklace or bracelet
  81. Glitter putty
  82. Small gift card for ice cream or to a special place
  83. Mini expandable sphere
  84. Splash ball for the pool / water
  85. Mini bubbles
  86. Bouncy ball
  87. Super splashers water bomb
  88. Mini dolls
  89. Goldfish
  90. Annie’s Cheddar Bunnies
  91. Cheerios
  92. Mini Pretzels
  93. Yogurt Covered Pretzels
  94. Popcorn
  95. Yogurt Covered Raisins
  96. Animal Crackers
  97. Pirate’s Booty
  98. Fruit by the Foot
  99. Teddy Grahams
  100. Bunny Fruit Snacks

How to choose non‐candy fillings for plastic easter eggs

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If you are hosting an egg hunt or filling eggs for baskets, these 20+ Non-Candy Easter Egg Filler Ideas are sure to make your Easter Egg hunt or Easter baskets extra special.

How to choose non‐candy fillings for plastic easter eggs

20+ Non-Candy Easter Egg Filler Ideas

We have not had an Easter Egg Hunt at our house in years. This year, we have decide to bring back the tradition. Jonathan has yet to participate in an egg hunt and it is time to let him have some egg fun. Easter candy is always found in abundance in our home as I am sure it is in many of yours. It is always so difficult to resist all the good candy deals that happen around the holidays. Jonathan dislikes candy so much that we would never be able to encourage him to collect eggs with candy inside, ha ha. So Mike and I decide to add a bit of a twist and have an Easter Sunday egg hunt with non- candy filled plastic Easter Eggs.

We made a quick trip to Target to find some items that would fit in both the small and large plastic Easter Eggs that we had on hand. It was a challenge thinking of items that would work great for the teens but, we came up with a few. Here are some of the non-candy Easter Egg stuffer ideas that we decided on..

Please Note: If you are considering any of these ideas, be sure to choose age appropriate egg fillers for the age of the children. Not all of these egg fillers would be appropriate for little children.

How to choose non‐candy fillings for plastic easter eggs

Matchbox Cars– They fit perfectly inside the eggs after being removed from their packaging. You can find them for less than $1 each.

Army Men– Perfect for the young boys. Add a few per egg.

Legos– You can use the small build your own packages or grab one box and split up in a few eggs.

Money– Obviously coins and folded bills will fit and these will be everyone’s favorite eggs, especially the teens.

How to choose non‐candy fillings for plastic easter eggs

Lip Gloss/Chapsticks– Fit perfecting and great for the bigger girls and moms too!

Nail Polishes– Look for the smaller bottles to fit right in your regular sized eggs. I accidently bought larger so they will need to go in my larger Easter eggs.

Lottery Tickets– These are great for the adult Easter Eggs. How exciting, maybe they will win big! I add in a few “adult only eggs” for the parents to have some egg-citement too!

Fun Shoelaces– Perfect for the school kids. They can add some bling to their sneakers.

Hair Ties– You can find many different hair ties. Little kid hair ties and bows or adult size will fit too.

Earrings/Bracelets/Rings– Inexpensive small jewelry can fit quite nicely in eggs. Perfect for teens and adults. Or find “kiddie” jewelry for the littler ones.

Flower Seeds– Perfect for the adults this time of year

How to choose non‐candy fillings for plastic easter eggs

Play-dough– You can find the mini Play-dough tubs in the party favor section or Play-dough at most stores.

Bouncy Balls– Perfect for all ages. Small and Medium Sized balls will fit inside your eggs.

Yo-Yo’s– Great for placing in eggs. Just look for miniature versions for the smaller plastic eggs. They are a fun and inexpensive toy to add in the mix of your eggs.

Whistles– These are great fun for kids of all ages. You can buy a large package, then split them for many eggs. You can find them in the birthday supply favors at many stores. We found ours at Michael’s Craft Store.

How to choose non‐candy fillings for plastic easter eggs

Mini Erasers– You can find the pencil cap erasers and also Easter themed erasers. These are great for the school aged kids.

Stickers– All the kiddos love stickers. You can find Easter themed stickers in larger quantities and split them up to fill many eggs.

Small Books– I found vinyl ones that will jump back to size. Perfect for the little ones to enjoy.

Little People Cars– These are also great for the babies. They fit nicely into the larger eggs and are “baby proof”.

Fruit Snacks– You can use the everyday fruit snacks or find Easter or spring themed fruit snacks. The smallest packages work best. I found mine at Target.

Mini Raisin Boxes– These are tiny boxes of raisins that can be found at most stores. A fun snack that fits perfect.

Jump Ropes– Great for the school ages kids and teens too! These fit nicely inside the larger eggs. I found my large eggs at Target.

Bubbles– Everyone loves bubbles. I am sure my kiddos will have them gone in just a few minutes time. EVEN teens love bubbles.

Sidewalk Chalk– You can break the longer sticks in two or buy the smaller Easter Egg versions to fit inside eggs. Let the creativity begin. I am sure our driveway will be quite colorful after our egg hunt.

Balloons– Grab a package and separate to fill extra eggs.

Easter egg hunts are always so much fun for the kiddos and for the parents. I am super anxious to have fun hiding our eggs around our home. The excitement of watching our kiddos “hunt” will be the highlight of my day.

Do you host your own Easter Egg hunt or attend a local hunt? I would love to hear about your families Egg hunt plans.

How to choose non‐candy fillings for plastic easter eggs

40 Non-Candy Easter Egg Fillers

When it comes to the Easter Bunny, do we all think of plastic eggs and chocolate? Peeps? How about non-candy Easter egg fillers?

Okay, I am a HUGE fan of chocolate and I don’t have anything against my kids having candy.
HOWEVER, I totally get that sometimes it’s great to have some non-candy options available!

Certainly, there are times I do want to scale back on the amount of candy my kids are eating- let’s be honest, the sugar CAN get a wee bit out of control on special occasions like this!

SO, today I am sharing a list of

40 small non-candy Easter egg fillers that can fit inside of a plastic egg! No candy included!

How to choose non‐candy fillings for plastic easter eggs

Some of the items are pictured while some are not- so read through the list if you want to get all of the ideas!

How to choose non‐candy fillings for plastic easter eggs

  1. Cheerios
  2. Small Figurine
  3. Mini Pretzels
  4. Money
  5. Glow Sticks (these will fit- you have to twist them and you may need a piece of tape to keep the egg from popping open, but it can be done. they will make your eggs glow in the dark- so fun for a night time hunt!)
  6. Hair clips
  7. Marbles
  8. Erasers
  9. Stick-on Tattoos
  10. Finger Puppets
  11. Fruit Snacks
  12. Small Lego figurines

How to choose non‐candy fillings for plastic easter eggs

  1. Raisins
  2. Chuckie Cheese Tokens
  3. Interlocking Rings (fun for babies/toddlers)
  4. Small Toy Car
  5. Magnetic Letters
  6. Fish Crackers
  7. Squinkees
  8. Bracelets
  9. Bouncy Ball
  10. Bubbles
  11. Jacks
  12. Lip Balm

How to choose non‐candy fillings for plastic easter eggs

  1. Colorful Shoe Laces
  2. Balloon
  3. Nuts
  4. Beads & string (For example, to make a bracelet)
  5. Nail Stickers
  6. Ring
  7. Fun/colorful bandaids
  8. Glow in the dark stars
  9. Sponge Capsules ( the ones you put in water to dissolve the capsule and a sponge shape “grows” out of it)
  10. Stickers (However, your Easter Bunny most likely has something a little less Christmas-y on hand)
  11. Popcorn
  12. Mini Nail polish
  13. Play Dough
  14. Keychain
  15. Earrings (pierced/clip-on/stick-on)
  16. In fact, go look at the dollar store- you will find lots of fun/surprising tiny items!

In any case, I hope this list has helped open your mind to all of the non-candy options out there!

Easter Ideas

Our bunny tends to bring sweet treats as well as fun non-candy treats. He/she has also been known to include some fun spring items in the basket (that don’t fit into a plastic egg) like sidewalk chalk, skipping ropes, larger containers of bubbles, or a new pair of rubber boots!

How to choose non‐candy fillings for plastic easter eggs

In conclusion, we’ve found lots of non-candy Easter egg fillers to inspire you to fill your children’s Easters baskets with something other than candy. What are your favorite ideas from our list?

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Heather…I LOVE this post…and all the pics = LOVE:) I needed some non-candy ideas for my squirts this year. This is on of my favs!
Thank you!!

Oops, sorry, I didn’t mean to respond to the previous comment. I meant to make a separate comment.

I try to avoid the candy whenever possible so having a nice list like this to refer to is priceless! It will also come in handy for filling the tubes of homemade Christmas crackers!

That’s a good idea! I once bought a “DIY” Christmas Crackers kit, and I have not used them yet. 🙂

You missed one. For the past 40+ yrs we put had written notes inside of eggs. Like “lunch with papper” “sleep over” “fingernail appt” “movie tickets” “$5” and etc. The kids love them. We also throw in prank notes too. Try it, they will love it.

I love that idea, Sandy! Thanks for sharing it!

This is a great list!! Growing up, we always had alternative treats in our Easter baskets – my brother’s diabetic, so sugar was out. We always got fresh boxes of crayons (the BIG boxes) and I remember looking forward to those the most!

Love that! I was thinking about making crayon rolls for my kids and thought they’d be fun in the baskets 🙂

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Easter is almost here and it’s time to get ready for the Easter egg hunt (if you haven’t done so already). If you’re like me and running a little late don’t worry because there’s still time and if you don’t have time to go Easter shopping, there’s always Amazon . Sometimes I wonder what I’d do without Amazon. Haha! Thank you 2 day free shipping!

This year I have to get ready for 2 Easter egg hunts: one with our friends and one at the grandparents. For both Easter egg hunts I will be using Eco Friendly Easter Eggs because these are the only non-toxic eggs I’ve found, plus they are fully compostable. Since they are a little pricey I saved mine from last year and will be reusing those this year. I love that they are also bigger than your regular plastic Easter eggs so I can fit bigger items.

The Easter egg hunt at my mother’s in law house will be only for our daughter so I can put in those eggs whatever I want but the one at our friend’s house has to be filled with toys because all kids seem to have different food restrictions/allergies. However, as you might have suspected I’m not a big fan of candy so my daughter will only be getting Annie’s Homegrown Organic Bunny Fruit Snacks or YumEarth Organic Fruit Snacks on 2 of her eggs, the rest of them will be filled with non-edible items.

How to choose non‐candy fillings for plastic easter eggs

Fillers for Easter eggs :

  • Easter Egg Stampers : I love that these stampers are egg shaped and the reviews are great!
  • Safari Ltd Farm Babies TOOB : My daughter will be getting 2 of these in each egg because she loves farm animals but if you’re looking for something a little more Easterish, check these out: Safari Ltd Piglets and Bunnies TOOB .
  • Easter Stickers : Who doesn’t love stickers? My daughter seems to be obsessed with them. There are so many stickers here I can cut them out and put some in every egg.
  • Finger puppets : I really liked these animals but if you live near an Ikea you can also get a set of 10 there.
  • Wind Up Fuzzy Chick : This little chick will make an appearance during our family Easter egg hunt.
  • Flipping Wind-up Lady Bugs : I still haven’t decided if I’ll do these but my daughter has one of these lady bugs and is obsessed with it. She loves seeing it flipping backwards.

If you’re having an Easter egg hunt for lots of kids, save time and money by getting a pack like this: 110+ Piece Easter Egg Fillers or fill up the eggs with 50 Assorted Stamps .

What are you putting in your Easter eggs this year? Any other non-candy ideas?

Every share supports this site. Thank you!

Easter is almost here and it’s time to get ready for the Easter egg hunt (if you haven’t done so already). If you’re like me and running a little late don’t worry because there’s still time and if you don’t have time to go Easter shopping, there’s always Amazon . Sometimes I wonder what I’d do without Amazon. Haha! Thank you 2 day free shipping!

This year I have to get ready for 2 Easter egg hunts: one with our friends and one at the grandparents. For both Easter egg hunts I will be using Eco Friendly Easter Eggs because these are the only non-toxic eggs I’ve found, plus they are fully compostable. Since they are a little pricey I saved mine from last year and will be reusing those this year. I love that they are also bigger than your regular plastic Easter eggs so I can fit bigger items.

The Easter egg hunt at my mother’s in law house will be only for our daughter so I can put in those eggs whatever I want but the one at our friend’s house has to be filled with toys because all kids seem to have different food restrictions/allergies. However, as you might have suspected I’m not a big fan of candy so my daughter will only be getting Annie’s Homegrown Organic Bunny Fruit Snacks or YumEarth Organic Fruit Snacks on 2 of her eggs, the rest of them will be filled with non-edible items.

How to choose non‐candy fillings for plastic easter eggs

Fillers for Easter eggs :

  • Easter Egg Stampers : I love that these stampers are egg shaped and the reviews are great!
  • Safari Ltd Farm Babies TOOB : My daughter will be getting 2 of these in each egg because she loves farm animals but if you’re looking for something a little more Easterish, check these out: Safari Ltd Piglets and Bunnies TOOB .
  • Easter Stickers : Who doesn’t love stickers? My daughter seems to be obsessed with them. There are so many stickers here I can cut them out and put some in every egg.
  • Finger puppets : I really liked these animals but if you live near an Ikea you can also get a set of 10 there.
  • Wind Up Fuzzy Chick : This little chick will make an appearance during our family Easter egg hunt.
  • Flipping Wind-up Lady Bugs : I still haven’t decided if I’ll do these but my daughter has one of these lady bugs and is obsessed with it. She loves seeing it flipping backwards.

If you’re having an Easter egg hunt for lots of kids, save time and money by getting a pack like this: 110+ Piece Easter Egg Fillers or fill up the eggs with 50 Assorted Stamps .

What are you putting in your Easter eggs this year? Any other non-candy ideas?

Easter is on it’s way! I’ve found the best candy alternative Easter eggs that are sure to be a hit with kids of all ages!

How to choose non‐candy fillings for plastic easter eggs

Every year, I go all out and buy my kids beautiful pastel colored clothing, plush bunnies and chicks and of course, huge Easter baskets filled with candy galore! This year, I decided that I wanted to find some non candy Easter basket ideas. Teeth and overall health are always important to our family and I’ve noticed that I bend the rules for every holiday. My kids receive so much candy during other holidays and events, that I think it would be fun to have a candy free egg hunt and stuff their baskets with pre filled Easter eggs that don’t have candy.

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How to choose non‐candy fillings for plastic easter eggs

Toy Filled Easter Eggs

You will be absolutely amazed at the toys that can fit in an Easter egg! These days unicorns and dinosaurs are all the rage. I love giving my kids themed baskets, some years it’s baseball and emojis or trains and princesses. This year, the magical unicorns and prehistoric dinosaurs are the theme of choice.

Dinosaur Eggs

Have you ever tried the oatmeal that has dinosaur eggs that “hatch” when the hot water is added? I’ve found pre filled Easter eggs that do the same thing! Simply put in water and in a few hours, you’ll have colorful varieties of dinosaurs!

Unicorn Ideas:

For your unicorn lover, I found pastel colored, plastic Easter eggs with adorable unicorns inside. The plastic eggs are good quality and pretty durable, which makes it easy for kids to open and close themselves.

Toy Car Filled Plastic Eggs:

Cars are always a hit with kids! Take a look at these plastic eggs filled with toy cars.

How to choose non‐candy fillings for plastic easter eggs

Easter Eggs Filled with Mini Plush Toys

For younger children, I really like giving non-candy alternatives for Easter eggs. I’ve found that plush animals or toys are the best because they won’t be ruined when they inevitably wind up in their mouths. They also make for the most adorable photo opportunities!

My favorite find in this bunch, are the wind up toy chicks and bunnies. They hop around and are so fluffy and cute. Who can resist baby animals?

How to choose non‐candy fillings for plastic easter eggs

Pre Filled Plastic Easter Eggs with Accessories

If you have a little one that loves to wear hair bows and pretty jewelry, these pre filled Easter eggs are definitely going to be winners! If you choose the hair bow eggs, you will receive plastic Easter eggs filled with different hair bows, from sequins to rainbows to flowers. Some are bunny shaped and others are traditional bow shaped. These are alligator clips which mean they won’t slip out of the hair easily. Your little will be styling all spring long in these!

  1. Prefilled Easter Eggs with Hair Bows
  2. Pre Filled with 24 Bunny Shape Girls Hair Clips and 12 Hair Ties Set
  3. Jewelry Set Pre-filled Eggs
  4. Pre Filled Eggs with Unicorn Favors

More Candy Free Easter Egg Ideas

If the kids in your life are more into activities than toys, these eggs will be great choices.

Slime is so popular with kids these days. They love to make it themselves with DIY slime recipes, but Easter Sunday may not be the best day to do that. Featured below is a cool-looking galaxy slime in clear plastic Easter eggs. The slime isn’t sticky nor does it have an icky smell.

Slime, playdough, bubbles, and music are great for sensory play and even as a stress reducer! I know a few kids that are going to be very happy when they get their hands on these eggs.

Pre filled Easter eggs are going to be my yearly tradition. It’s so easy to purchase eggs that are ready to go! No more stuffing eggs (and my face!) with candy the night before Easter. No more worrying that they’ll get a belly ache. No more candy wrappers strewn about.

Toy filled eggs are going to be a great surprise for our first candy free egg hunt. I’m so excited to see my little ones sitting in the grass, wearing their Sunday best and playing together with their new treasures. Do you have any great non-candy Easter basket ideas or egg stuffers? I want to know all about them!

Easter Crafts and Activities

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Some ideas include mini carrots, julienned bell peppers, celery sticks, and peas. There are a number of methods to rejoice the holiday weekend with enjoyable, festive foods that aren’t artificially colored or coated in sugar. If you could have a teen, you know they can be exhausting to buy! Let us help you come up with a couple of creative concepts they will positive to love. Many hair accessories are the perfect size for Easter eggs. Spring is for flowers and gardens, so begin a brand new tradition by filling the eggs with seeds to plant.

Easter egg fillers are a catch-22 for me. I don’t love giving my children copious quantities of candy, but most non-sweet Easter egg fillers are dollar retailer trinkets that inevitably end up within the garbage. If you’ve been following my weblog for any length of time, you’ll know that those plastic trinkets are the bane of my existence. Nothing makes a sweet holiday worse than youngsters who eat too much and have an upset stomach or are too wired. We like to cover items other than sweet in the eggs and have an superior Easter Egg hunt. Then begin filling eggs with the items.

Choosing Secure Easter Egg Fillers

It additionally reduces the competition of who received probably the most eggs as a result of they need to combine all of them at the end to finish the puzzle. If your eggs are large enough, you may even be capable of stuff a full 5 ml bottle into one. You can’t go mistaken with cold hard money! Little kids shall be thrilled with simply pennies Older children would possibly like a range.

This 12 months we’re avoiding sugar overload and using these 10 Exciting Easter Egg Filler Ideas that Aren’t Candy to maintain the youngsters happy and excited. We will be saving our treats for other issues like a special dessert. I like chocolate as much as the subsequent girl , but my kids end up with SO MUCH CANDY nowadays!

Looking for Easter egg fillers that aren’t just a bunch of plastic junk? This list is full of items you can use to stuff your Easter eggs that won’t just be tossed in the garbage can. Over 40 awesome Easter egg fillers that everyone will love! Ideas for toddlers, kids, teens and adults!

How to choose non‐candy fillings for plastic easter eggs

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Easter Egg Fillers That Aren’t Junk

Easter is one of my favorite holidays.

For our family Easter is a signal that spring has begun and that soon we will be spending our days outside and enjoying the sunshine again.

Over the years we have introduced a number of simple Easter traditions that our kids love.

Can you guess their favorite?

That’s right! The Easter Egg hunt.

This year we are doing a combination of the classic real eggs and plastic fillable eggs.

Last year my mom purchased a large bag of plastic Easter eggs during a post-holiday sale. As much as possible, I try to reduce the amount of plastic waste my family creates so this wasn’t something that I would normally buy.

Now that we have them, I want to put them to good use. I also plan to keep them and re-use them year after year.

Since we also try to live minimally, I also don’t want to put a bunch of junk inside the eggs that my kids won’t even appreciate. I am not a huge fan of plastic trinkets that really don’t have a purpose.

Generally, I look for items that are consumable or clutter-free. Meaning they will be used and I won’t have to find a place to store or organize them.

On that note I have been brainstorming ideas about what I can use to fill the Easter eggs this year.

I did my best to find ideas for toddlers, kids, tweens and adults.

Here is what I have come up with so far:

Non-Candy Easter Egg Fillers

How to choose non‐candy fillings for plastic easter eggs

We all know that kids love candy, but it’s important to keep it limited if possible. In our family we tend to skip out on the sugar treats at Easter because we know the kids are going to be getting plenty from their classroom parties and grandparents.

If you are looking for something other than candy to put inside the eggs, here are some great ideas: