It was boxing day last year when I saw my first Easter Egg which is a little bit crazy but as it is now almost Easter weekend I thought it would be the ideal time to share a selection of gifts that you can give at this time of year. This includes some chocolate but also a look at some other alternatives that would go down well.
Gifts for the stomach
Cadbury Gifts Direct is the ideal site if you need to send a hamper of Easter chocolates through the post. This is the Essential Easter Chocolate collection and it has more than enough to keep a family happy and all for just £30.
If you are looking for something a little unusual then Kelly Loves has a great selection of items you can choose from. This Ultimate Sushi Kit has everything you need to make your own sushi apart from the fish. It even includes a fantastic bento box for you to store your sushi in.
For the little ones
This Foamy Friends bubble bath from Kids Stuff has a delicious banana scent and creates a lovely bath for little ones to play in.
For the home
Flying Tiger Copenhagen have created some super cute Easter items for the home. This bunny serving plate would be ideal for an Easter feast and would look great piled high with treats.
If you are looking for something a little more stylish then the Copenhagen Candle company have you covered with this set of three mini diffusers.
Crayola have launched a set of Colours of Kindness products including colouring books, crayons, markers and colouring pencils. With cute names for all the colours, kids will love sitting quietly with these which will be a blessing for the parents as well.
An extravagant gift for older kids
If you are looking for an extra special gift for older kids then why not get them an experience they wont forget. Buyagift offer vouchers for Young Drivers aged 10 to 17 which will give them the chance to get behind the wheel and learn the basics of driving with one to one tuition. If that doesn’t suit then they have lots of other experiences available to choose from.