25 March 2012

Easter Gift Guide Part 1

Well it's not long past Mother's Day and now Easter is fast approaching! There always seems to be something to spend your money on these days… Anyway if you're looking for something a bit different as an Easter Gift this year, check out my suggestions below. I'm sure there's something that's tickle your fancy.

Kids Painting Set
What better way to keeps the kids happy on Easter morning than with this great little Easter painting set from Poundworld. It's cheap and cheerful and comes with a pallet of paints, a brush and some Easter themed pictures to colour in. Brilliant if it happens to be raining that day or you can use it in the run up to Easter for the kids to get excited for rolling their eggs down the hill!

Personalised Kids Books
Chocolates are great but there's nothing better than staring in your very own story! The kids will love these personalised books from Penwizard. There's lots of different themes to choose from including; Peppa Pig, Roary the Racing Car, Princess book, Football book, Fifi and the Flower Tots and much more

Easter Fancy Dress
Kids love to dress up and what better way to show their appreciation for Easter than by donning one of these cute Easter costume from Kiddy Mania. There's lots to choose from including; an Easter bunny, cockerel, sheep, donkey and even an elephant if you want to be different!

Wool Felted Eggs
These eggs are perfect for any Easter egg hunt around the garden and will last a lot longer than chocolate since they're made from wool which has been felted together using the wet felting technique. Another good use for these is a beautiful centre piece on your table for Easter lunch. Place them in a bowl and these colourful eggs will brighten up your table a treat.

'Free From' Easter Eggs
We do all love a chocolate egg but what about the kids and adults who can't have dairy, wheat, egg and gluten? Well Holland & Barrett have brought out a great range of Easter eggs that have none of these ingredients in them! They're 'free from' range looks delicious and include a Dark Chocolate Egg with 6 chocolate discs RRP £3.99, a Milk Chocolate Egg with 6 chocolate discs RRP £3.99, a children's Milk Chocolate Egg with 6 discs RRP £3.99 and a children's White Chocolate Egg with buttons RRP £3.49. 

Palmer's Cocoa Butter Products
Now we don't want to forget the mummies and pregnant ladies at Easter time so why not treat them to a little gift from Palmer's. They have a brilliant Cocoa Body Butter (RRP £4.99) which is ideal for softening and smoothing whereas their Skin Therapy Oil (RRP £9.99) is great for a bit of pampering. Both are available from Boots stores nationwide.

Children's Tikkers
This Tikkers children’s watch set is perfect for fashionable young children. This fun watch has a comfortable blue strap, multi-coloured numbers and an easy to read white dial. The strap also has an easy to use buckle fastening. RRP £14.99.

Cadbury Easter Egg Trail
Create your own fun Easter egg trail at home for the kids using Cadbury's very own Easter Egg Trail Pack which contains 10x Cadbury Dairy Milk hollow chocolate eggs and 1x winner's prize- Mini Eggs bag. In addition to containing tasty chocolate treats, the packs are adorned with cutout trail markers and arrows, making them ideal to plan an exciting hunt at home. The Cadbury Easter Egg Trail pack comes complete with handles to transform the pack into a basket, perfect for gathering eggs on a hunt at home or in the garden. RRP £4.09 and available from all major retailers.

Ethical Superstore
The lovely Ethical Superstore has a great range of products available for Easter but the ones that caught my eye were the gorgeous Booja Booja Eggs. The one I liked the most has to be the one stuffed with Banoffee Toffee Truffle, yum! There are plenty of different truffle flavours to choose from though. RRP £9.95.

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