Granted, there are millions of chocolate lovers among us but there are only so many eggs even I can eat before being sick of the sight of them, particularly since they’ve been in every supermarket since early Jan!
£s not lbs….
My lovely granny lives miles away and we can’t always be together for Easter so if we can’t she likes to send an Easter pressie. Clearly chocolate Easter eggs aren’t the best travellers in the post so she often sends money. Cue the creative minds here at Meenymineymo – why not replace an egg box with a gorgeously cute personalised money box?! The only thing delicious is the range of designs to choose from.
Mugs are a lovely gift and last a lot longer than a chocolate egg! With different designs to suit different personalities you can give a personalised mug to each of your little ones (or how about godchildren?) and if you’re ordering it to be delivered to yourself you can pop in a little craft kit like this one from wind up Easter Racer kit – or choose to add some mini eggs if the chocolate urge is too much to resist.
With shops choc full of chocolate treats, birthday parties in the Easter holidays can sometimes get a bit overshadowed. We’ve got a gorgeous selection of eco-friendly cotton party bags perfect for personalising for each party guest and filling with whatever party favours you like, puzzles, toys, bubbles, pen sets…..
If you’ve got friends over then roll up your sleeves, pop on your aprons…easter bonnets/bunny ears are optional…and get cooking. As fun-full but gluten-free fans, here’s a recipe idea to bring joy to any Easter feast.
…tried and tested from GoodHousekeeping – chocolate schmocolate this utterly delicious lemon cake challenges any chocolate cake for the top spot at the tea table.