Easter Gift Guide

Easter Gift Guide 2019

It’s not long until Easter so I’ve pulled together a few items that would make lovely gifts. Hopefully you’ll get some inspiration for something a little bit different.

Traidcraft Easter Egg

Why not grab a delicious chocolate egg from Traidcraft. They are the original fair trade pioneers in the UK, advocating the importance of organic farming, sustainability and transparency to the lives of growers and artisans around the world. As if that wasn;t enough they have launched a rather nice Fairtrade Easter range, full of fair trade Easter eggs, yum!

blossoming rainbow roses

I love flowers and couldn’t think of anything better than a bouquet from Blossoming Gifts. They are a high quality British online florist with a focus on retailing unique varieties of flowers that are not available in the high street. They have a stunning selection and deliver nationwide.

Amazon Handmade Bunny Ears Board, £27.95

There are some amazing choices on Amazon, as you would expect, and I have fallen in love with the Amazon Handmade Hop and Peck Wooden Bunny Ears Treat Board, £27.95. Honestly I would use it all year round but it’s extra perfect for Easter.

Beaker Creatures Reactor Pods

Beaker Creatures Reactor Pods from Learning Resources are a brilliant, fun, chocolate free alternative gift for kids. Pop the pod into water and watch the reaction, talk science and enjoy the bright colours. Then you get a cute collectible creature at the end. So much fun!

Zuru Smashers

Another brilliant chocolate free alternative for the kids are Zuru’s Series 3 Dino Smashers. Actual eggs that you smash open to reveal collectable dino themed toys. You can rebuild them too, so the fun doesn’t have to end, what a fab Easter Egg hunt they would make!

Disclosure – I have been sent a selection of items to consider for Easter Coverage. I have only recommended those I truly would buy myself.

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