Trying to limit the amount of chocolate your kids are going to eat over the Easter break? Perhaps avoiding the stuff for allergy reasons. Here are some ideas for non-chocolate easter gifts.
Popular choice in Australia to restock the kids with a new set of winter pjs in time for the cooler nights. Here are some great little sets from Cotton On Kids + some cozy winter wooly slippers/boots Cotton On Kids - sleepware range.. PJs from $24.95 (or 2 for $35) Slippers/boots from $19.95.
Easter is a great time to begin or expand your collection of Bunnykins. From eggcups to bowls and plates and small sets. Egg cups from $9.95 at Victorias Basement.
A limited Easter range has been released by Smiggle to give you all a giggle this Easter including stamps, socks, toys, erasers and stickers.
Always wanted a pet Dinosaur? Watch as your jumbo dino egg hatches and grows into your favourite prehistoric creature when submerged in water. Great for those not into cute little bunnies and chickens.
How about giving without the wrapping? Oxfam Unwraped range inclueds gifts of chickens, brunch, goats, pigs, fresh water and carrots. And if you do want to buy chocolates this easter, make sure you are buying Free Trade chocolate which is also available at Oxfam.
Check out this adorable toiletries bag by Anorak, with the sweetest kissing bunny motif, available through Peters of Kensington. Or a carryall/ tote bag for everyday use which we found available on Not On the High Street - seller Cerid Wen Hazel Child Design
PLUS: Here is our Easter activity list from last year with lots more great ideas to keep the kids busy over the school holidays.
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