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Weather hosting an Easter egg hunt or simply enjoying a brunch over the weekend, here are exciting Easter activities you can do, Image: Pexels

Published Mar 18, 2024


Easter is a time of celebration and new beginnings, and what better way to express your sentiments than by giving thoughtful gifts to your loved ones? Whether your family loves to host an Easter hunt or simply enjoys a brunch over the weekend, here are an array of creative and unique gift ideas that perfectly encapsulate the spirit of Easter.

An Easter-themed treat basket for kids

A nice gift for all ages, you can fill an Easter basket with a variety of sweet treats, from chocolate eggs, bunnies or a choice selection of fruit. It’s an ideal gift for a new family or loved ones who might not have the time to get these treats for themselves.

A DIY Easter egg decorating kit

The best part of the Easter season is decorating all the eggs. It’s one way to spend time with loved ones, while doing something fun and creative for everyone. It’s also relatively cost effective depending on what you include in the kit and can be tailored to suit individual tastes.

A bouquet of flowers to brighten up the home

Who doesn’t a beautiful bunch of flowers? This is such an effortless gift to get and there is plenty of floral inspiration online, especially Instagram. Whether you build the bouquet from your own garden and unleash your inner florist, or just get something beautiful from your local farmer’s market.

A plush bunny toy for the little ones

Children love a plush toy and bunnies are an easy enough find. You can put together a trio of bunnies, or perhaps eggs. Scour online sites or have a look at your favourite major retailer.

A gourmet Easter brunch basket

Another easy gift idea that can be modified for any time of the year, a brunch basket is always a winner. Grab some pancake mix, a bottle of maple syrup, and add their favourite gourmet coffee or tea and there you go.

Original article appeared on House & Garden SA

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