Easter Gifts Ideas for Children – by Ask Granny

Ask Granny has been busy looking for Easter gifts and games for kids with no mention  or thoughts of chocolate…. not easy. After dashing from shop to shop and paying  a quick visit to the post office in time to send Easter gifts abroad, I came across 5 cute ideas!

Gemima Craft Kits  These are fun and easy to make Easter  decorations out of felt. Bunnies, eggs of all sizes, felt owls, flowers, chickens, a family of elephants and many more clever ideas for crafting. You can find many of their ideas at Not On the High Street.

 

 

Arn’t these easter bunnies sweet!  Make these baby rabbits as Easter gifts for all the family and don’t forget the carrots too! They come in a box which you can make into their hutch!

 

 

 

 

Easter is around the corner and spring is on the way and what better way to celebrate than with a Sock Bunny! The kids can create their own sock creatures with loads of  different colours and they make perfect gifts too.

 

 

 

 

You can add a bit of colour and style to Easter this year by buying some colourful gifts at Cath Kidston. Breakfast will be much more fun now with this cute egg warming  hen egg cosy!

 

 

 

 

 

 

I bought this pretty floral tin and beautiful soap for my granddaughter and hid it in the egg cosy above. The egg shaped soap has a  delicate wild rose perfume. The pretty box can be used to store something special afterwards!

 

 

These  good quality stickers  from Djeco will keep boys and girls  happy with the huge selection. I think children up to about age 10 would like them because the designs are so pretty.  A great choice and makes a good gift at Easter or any indoor activity time. There are over 1000 stickers to choose from, that should keep them entertained.

 

juliet

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