If you want to do give something special to the kids over this Easter break (that doesn’t involve chocolate), below are some sweet ideas.
1. Easter Egg Hunt Gifts
Mix up the Easter Egg hunt by filling plastic eggs with little gifts. I made my own a couple of years ago and below are some of the things I put in them.
Smiggle has an eraser set of these that is super cute too.
2. Fun Jar
If you’re camping or going away over the holidays, a fun jar is a perfect gift. I can be filled with a variety of things to keep kids entertained. Find more about what I put in these jars here.
3. Bedroom Decor
I purchased these cute night lights when I was in New Zealand but you can get them in a lot of places in Oz, for example this bunny light from Target or adorable Miffy night light from My Night Light.
A beautiful items for the home: Standing Bunnies from Pottery Barn.
There are also adorable cushions available from many places. Below are a few favourites I have found.
Cute rabbit cushion from Spencil.
How devine are these snuggle crochet cushions from Oishi-m!
Some Bunny Loves you Pillowcase from Adairs.
Miffy cushion from Cotton On Kids.
4. Themed Terrarium
This is an activity and something to enjoy in the house in one! Find the step by step instructions here.
Anita shared her creations last Easter inspired by the post. Looks brilliant!
5. Warm PJs
Easter time is good opportunity to buy warm PJs because the weather tends to get chilly around this time of year in Australia.
Cotton On Kids – Miffy Face | Cotton On Kids – Bunny | Cotton On Kids – Harry | Bunny Onesie from Kmart | Peter Alexander Girls Bunny | Peter Alexander Bugs Bunny | Peter Alexander Onesie | Bunny Flannelette from Target
7. Themed Craft
I absolutely adore these wooden eggs from Eco Toys. What a fun project that kids will be able to enjoy and keep.
Themed sticker pack from Spotlight.
8. Stuffed Toys
I’m a sucker for stuffed toys, and there’s nothing cuter than a soft bunny. There are heaps of cute cuddly things available from a variety of stores and I’ve pulled a few out to feature below.
This cute crochet bunny supports the work Oxfam does in disadvantaged communities.
Super soft Jellycat Bunny. It comes in various colours and sizes.
Miffy plush from the ABC shop.
Mini Easter Plush Animals from Kmart.
9. Warm Clothes
As the weather gets chilly, it’s a great opportunity to stock up on warm gear. I’ve picked out some cute bunny themed items but any warm clothes are a fab idea if they are needed at this time of year. Think: socks, jumpers, slippers, beanies!
RAINBOW bunny slippers!! This would be a fun gift for a teen (or yourself) from Asos.
I found these cute items in Australia.