More than chocolate eggs – Easter gifts ideas

With Easter fast approaching, my thoughts have turned to chocolate eggs and rabbit-shaped iced biscuits. I love making marshmallow ‘nests’ with my niece and nephew, and an Easter cheesecake is a must in our household. But this year, I thought I’d consider some Easter gifts that are more than just edible treats. I’d love to receive something that costs the same as a chocolate egg but that will last me all year instead so I’ve shared my ideas in this blog post. PLUS you could win £40 to spend on anything you like at JewelleryBox.co.uk. Considering that they’ve got a fantastic under £5 section, you should be able to stock up on a few beautiful things for yourself too!

image by Popcorn & Glitter

This year I’m saying ‘no thanks’ to the chocolate (okay, maybe a handful of mini-eggs, but that’s it…) and yes please to some alternative gifts. In particular, I quite fancy getting some new jewellery this year. It doesn’t have to be Easter-themed (although the selection of fun Easter bunny earrings start at £4.95) and I’d be happy with any of these cool stacker rings or ‘love’ bangles.


One of my favourite pieces on the site is this honeycomb design. It’s available as a necklace, bracelet or earrings in 9ct gold, sterling silver or rose gold. It feels really spring-like without being OTT on the rabbits and flowers. Although I’m not a huge wearer of jewellery, I do like to wear the occasional special piece and I love the rose gold pieces I discovered. At least know where I want my birthday present to come from anyway!

I’ve also been looking on Etsy for some non-food related gifts for the little ones (and us bigger crafty folk too!). This Easter bunny kit looks like great fun for a start. It contains everything you’d need to make an adorable little soft rabbit – wouldn’t that be fun to make over Easter? It’ll keep the kids entertained for a little while at least! I also LOVE this cross-stitch kit for older kids, aunts and grandmas alike. It’s a skill I wish I could do, and I’d love to give this colourful spring sewing project a go.

Or if you fancy baking an Easter gift for your friends and family, why not try out some of my recipes? Cupcakes, meringues and iced biscuits all make lovely presents when presented in lovely wrapping. You could make fresh blueberry and lemon muffins in cute paper cases to hand out to the little ones. My dark chocolate meringue cookies look lovely when packaged in greaseproof paper and tied with a pretty ribbon. At the very least, you could make a batch of these recipes to share as part of your Easter Sunday dinner.And now, on to the part you’ve been waiting for – the giveaway. I’ve chatted to the wonderful people at JewelleryBox.co.uk and they are delighted to provide a prize for Cassiefairy.com readers. One lucky winner will be given £40 credit to spend on ANY jewellery they like! The giveaway runs until the end of Easter Monday so you could win a lovely Easter gift for yourself. There are plenty of ways to enter via the Rafflecopter widget below so enter now- good luck!

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Giveaway open to UK residents only, competition runs from 7th April 2017 – 17th April 2017, winner will be chosen at random from all entries via Rafflecopter and contacted via email. The winner will need to provide a UK delivery address to receive their prize.

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Cassie is a freelance writer with a Masters degree in lifestyle promotion studies. She loves to 'get the look for less' so regularly shares thrifty fashion posts, DIY interior design ideas and low-cost recipes on her blog.

47 thoughts on “More than chocolate eggs – Easter gifts ideas

  1. I love rings…they can represent lots of things from love to friendship, a promise or a commitment…or simple beauty and elegance. x

  2. a blue stone ring from the 40s that my mother in law gave me i really do love how old it is fab giveaway thankyou x

  3. My eternity ring, I have been with my partner for 40 years, not married or engaged, so I think this is the only ring I will be getting, I do love it thought : )

  4. That cheesecake looks so delicious! I also really love the honeycomb necklace! I’ve entered the comp so fingers crossed!

    Heather Xx
    100waysto30.co.uk

  5. I love bracelets. The STERLING SILVER & ROUND GENUINE AMETHYST 7 INCH BRACELET W 1.5 INCH EXTENDER is lovely

  6. I love pendants – I have a lovely necklace that my husband bought me for our first anniversary, I really treasure it!

  7. I love the initial bracelet – These would lovely presents for Christmas so I will be bookmarking.

  8. My favourite item of jewellery is actually a necklace and earring set I bought from a shop in Brighton years ago. Although it doesn’t contain any precious gems, I love it because the design is so dramatic with lots of large opal crystals.

  9. My favourite piece of jewellery is my wedding ring. My favourite piece of jewellery from the site is the Sterling Silver frosted thick twist hinged bangle.

  10. I love bracelets and my very favourite is one my husband bought me when we had a short break in Antwerp.

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