I feel slightly overwhelmed by the amount of chocolate on our shelves. Tempting our toddlers into using their pester power by melting down into a supermarket tantrum. A few years’ ago the Easter Bunny started a different tradition in our home. The Easter Bunny would leave small gifts hidden throughout the house for my children to find and unwrap. It is a twist on the traditional Easter Hunt. One of the gifts would be an Easter Egg, but the others would be items they could use. They love it! It helps avoid sugar highs the size of skyscrapers. Particularly when the grandparents, neighbours, friends etc all give the children their little Easter chocolate. Enjoy these Easter treats from Femeconomy approved members Tinta Crayons and Hardtofind.
If your fur baby is anything like ours growing up, it will be treated like a human. To this day my Mum’s dog receives gifts, gives gifts, has home-cooked meals, loves long walks, being pampered and I am pretty sure understands most of what we are saying. For many of us our furry companions give us so much joy and as another child in the house, we don’t want them to miss out. That’s we asked our friends at Rufus & Coco to share some of their bestsellers as gifts for our furry friends.
These delightful crayons are the perfect non-chocolate gift for kids this Easter. Suitable for those with who can’t have chocolate, dairy, wheat, sugar or soy.
Each set contains six intricately designed half-eggs tucked into a nest of recyclable kraft paper. There are three patterns in each box, with two eggs in each pattern. Children love to see the rabbit and chicken designs peeking out from the box and the decorated eggs are detailed and intricate. Each egg is 4cm high and 3cm wide.
Each set contains 12 crayons tucked into an egg carton. Inside, there are eight half-eggs in polka-dot and stripe patterns, with four bunnies peeking out from the book. Each box has twelve different coloured crayons. Each crayon is approximately 5cm high and 3.5cm wide.
While Easter may not be the traditional gift-giving holiday of the year, it doesn’t mean you can’t indulge your family and friends with egg-citing Easter gifts from hardtofind. Personalised Easter egg bags make lovely keepsakes. Other gift ideas that move beyond the traditional chocolate gifts, include bunny-themed gifts such jewellery and prints or egg-themed gifts such as egg cups.
A fun Easter themed colouring set containing three colouring posters personalised with your child’s name and 12 coloured felt tip pens.
These miniature chocolate Easter bunny studs make a very fun gift this Easter. Handmade from polymer clay, these tiny (just over 1cm) studs look so realistic, but are not edible! Made using surgical steel posts and clasps they are suitable for most sensitive ears. A very unique (and calorie free!) gift idea. They come beautifully packaged in a perspex storage box.
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Entertain your little mate with Rufus & Coco Rufus Junior Chew Toy, designed for rewarding play. Fitted with a fun squeaker and a tummy that stores surprise treats for your little mate. Made from durable rubber blend material, it has also been tested for Australia against the European Standard on Safety of Toys. Oh and it floats in water. Not only are you spoiling your fur baby with a terrific new toy, but you’re also supporting World Animal Protection. With every Rufus Junior Toy sold, a donation is made to help animals in need.
The award winning Self-Cleaning Slicker Brush has an easy to use push button slide that helps to lift the fur from the brush for easy cleaning. This clever little brush also has a charcoal infused head to help naturally prevent the growth of bacteria. Throw in bristles designed to gently detangle and leave a smooth, glossy finish without irritating your little mate, and you have the (we think) perfect brush! What more could you ask for?