When my boys were probably 3 and 5, instead of giving them traditional Easter baskets full of goodies, I decorated a small tote bag for each of them and filled that with their Easter treats. They used those bags for a few years to carry their children’s Bibles, Sunday School papers and all the candy they won in Kid’s Blast back and forth to church. It was a wonderful way to keep their stuff organized and to re-use their “Easter basket.”
This year you can get your child their own cool Easter oilcloth tote bag. Tanner Bananer is an awesome mom-owned company in South Carolina. Sabrina Vegis founded Tanner Bananer, named after her daughter Tanner, in May of 2003. As a mother of two, Sabrina saw a need for adult and children’s products that were eye-catching and easy to clean! Tanner Bananer’s beautiful and robust Mexican oilcloth (which is actually printed vinyl) is just that! “The little ones love the bright colors and parents love the ease of care.” said Vegis. “Chocolate smears and smashed jelly beans just wipe away with a damp cloth.
According to Vegiss, “Tanner Bananer oilcloth products come in cheery spring colors so they are ideal for Easter displays or the yearly egg hunt.” Her product line includes five different styles of totes, three styles of marketbags, adult and children’s aprons, bibs, changing pads, splat mats as well as porch and patio pillows. For an additional $10 you can have your purchase personalized. All Tanner Bananer products are sewn in the South Carolina Lowcountry and are sold in the open-air historic market in downtown Charleston every Friday and Saturday.
You can purchase any of the Tanner Bananer products by clicking the link.