Top non-choc gifts for Easter!

It seems like just yesterday we were packing away the Christmas Tree, and yet we are sure those Easter Eggs have been on the shelves for months. Already got chocolate fatigue? Try these Easter gifts that are easier on the waistline, and add more interest to your celebrations!

For the littlest of children, this wooden pull along duck and egg toy is quirky and cute.  Also, Beatrix Potter and Peter Rabbit will be household names with this collection of Peter Rabbit stories, a compilation that will be treasured through childhood and beyond. Why not add a gorgeous Peter Rabbit or Jemima Puddleduck soft toy for a complete gift!

For older children, boys will be racing to the breakfast table everyday with this ‘eggsplode’ cup holder and soldier toast cutter. Girls will enjoy growing their very own flower from an egg, sure to keep hands busy tending to the garden long after the chocolate has melted.

Edible blooms have some wonderful gift ideas for grown ups, and any delivery to an office the day before work finishes up for a long weekend is sure to keep your loved one happy.

Maybe you are planning to head out of town for the Easter long weekend? Why not invest in a quality tent the whole family can enjoy, and reap the rewards for years to come. Whats more, Wild Earth are having a sale!

If you are celebrating Easter with family or friends, why not give your Easter BBQ hostess a gorgeous keepsake gift instead of some Cadbury Favourites. This range of tin planters are stylish, and embrace the true meaning of Easter – new life.

Why not nominate a favourite Uncle to dress up like the Easter Bunny in this costume from Costume Box.  Kids will be entertained for longer, and we know it will give the grown ups a giggle too!

But if your attitude is more ‘you only get to indulge once a year!’… sign up for this chocolate recipe ebook, 53 Shades of Chocolate. Need we say more?

And when all else fails, or you can’t avoid the buying of chocolate for this seasonal occasion, head to Biome for organic, gluten and dairy free options, fair trade and downright beautiful looking Easter treats.

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