It’s a tale of two Easters in our house, whilst my youngest son loves chocolate and is more than happy with as many eggs as he can get my 7 year old still hates the stuff. This means at Easter time I need to get a little creative in what to get him from the Easter Bunny.
For us Easter is not a time to spend lots of money on presents, our focus is always on spending quality time with our friends and family but we do like to have an Egg Hunt in the garden on Easter Sunday and we trade my eldest’s finds in for a treat at the end.
So if you have a child who doesn’t like chocolate, or you’re just looking for something a little different this year, here’s a few non-chocolate alternatives for Easter gifts.
From left to right, starting on the top row:
- Personalised Easter Bunny £13.99 – these are available in blue or pink.
- Easter Egg Box Garden £15 – for the green fingered amongst you.
- T-Rex Hatching Egg £6 – I have two dinosaur mad sons so I know something dino-related will always be a hit.
- Peter Rabbit: Easter Egg Hunt £6.47 – you can’t go wrong with a book can you?
- Personalised Egg and Soldiers Board £12.99 – I actually bought a personalised board for my husband for Christmas off the boys (without the dinosaurs), it’s brilliant!
- Make Your Own Easter Egg Character Box £13.95 – if you fancy getting your craft on this Easter.
- Lego Easter Bunny £9.99 – because what child doesn’t love a bit of lego!
- Easter Plate £3 – I love theming my house for the different seasons and bunny plates definitely scream Spring.
- Tomy Hide and Squeak Eggs £7.98 – I couldn’t not include these, we bought them for my first sons second Easter and 6 years on they are now one of my youngest sons favourite toys. One of our best buys ever!
I hope you have a lovely Easter, whether it’s filled with chocolate eggs of something a little different!
Disclosure: This post was written in collaboration with Born Gifted who kindly gifted us two of the personalised bunnies for the boys.